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  1. SirEdger

    WM37, WM38, and WM39 dates/locations confirmed by WWE

    I'm assuming that WWE will closely monitor what the NFL does for the Super Bowl in 2 weeks to plan their protocols and configuration accordingly.
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    A TEW 2020 PWO Diary

    Thursday, Week 2 December 2020 WWE NXT UK Dark Matches Toni Storm beat Kanji Primate beat Josh Morrell Piper Niven beat Amale Kay Lee Ray beat Isla Dawn Jinny beat Candy Floss 6-Men Tag: DeReiss Gordon, Oney Lorcan & Mark Andrews beat Iestyn Rees, Joseph Connors & Tyson T-Bone Alexander Wolfe & Jordan Devlin beat Flash Morgan Webster & Wild Boar
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    A TEW 2020 PWO Diary

    I did this with TEW 2016 but computer problems prevented me from going further so I decided to start over again, this time with 2020. Simming one day at at time and just seeing where this takes me. Won't go into as much detail as the previous game but I'll stick to the interesting highlights I encounter as well as posting results from major promotions (WWE, AEW, Impact, ROH, NJPW, etc). Starting RIGHT NOW! ****** Monday, Week 1 September 2020 WWE RAW Results -Naomi beat Dana Brooke -Drew Gulak beat Riddick Moss -Billie Kay beat Liv Morgan by DQ -Lacey Evans beat Peyton Royce -Shelton Benjamin beat Matt Riddle -Samoa Joe & RAW Tag Team Champions Street Profits beat Bobby Roode, Andrade & Garza by DQ -Sheamus beat R-Truth -AJ Styles & Kevin Owens beat Rey Mysterio & Ricochet by DQ WWE Championship: Drew McIntyre beat Seth Rollins to retain NEWS: Roman Reigns no longer considered the figurehead of the company, WWE looking for another one; also proceeded to a full draft again **** NJPW Road to Destruction 2020 Day #12 Pre-Show: OKUMURA & Tomoyuki Oka beat Karl Fredericks & Jeff Cobb Pre-Show: Juice Robinson beat Yuya Uemura -Ryu Lee & Clark Connors beat Yota Tsuji & Ren Narita -BUSHI beat Shota Umino -El Desperado beat El Phantasmo -Bullet Club (Yujiro Takahashi & Guerillas of Destiny) beat CHAOS (Robbie Eagles, Rocky Romero & YOSHI-HASHI) -Los Ingobernables de Japon (EVIL & Hiromu Takahashi) beat Taguchi Japan (Ryusuke Taguchi & David Finlay Jr) -Los Ingobernables de Japon (Tetsuya Naito, Shingo Takagi & SANADA beat Suzuki-gun (Yoshinobu Kanemaru & Dangerous Tekkers) IWGP Junior Heavyweight Championship: Taiji Ishimori beat Kota Ibushi to retain -CHAOS (Kazuchika Okada & Hirooki Goto) beat TenKoji *** Miscelaneous news: -Konosuke Takeshita no longer considered the figurehead of DDT -Masato Yoshino regained the Open the Brave Gate Championship from Kaito Ishida to start his 6th reign with the title at the Dragon Gate Storm Gate Day 4 -Yasushi Kanda suffered an Undisclosed Neck Injury during the Dragon Gate Storm Gate Day 4 event in a tag match but isn't expected to miss any date.
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    RIP Guy Hauray

    That, I don't remember. I would have to look around.
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    RIP Guy Hauray

    You guys in Europe were so lucky to get the PPVs on free TV while I had to go with the scrambled feeds in hopes that I could get decent quality. (Although I did have perfect quality for Badd Blood 1997 (in black and white) and for some reason, I was able to watch ECW Guilty as Charged 2000 literally for free)
  6. So, there's actually nobody here who realized that it really was David Krumholz (Barry in NUMB3RS) who spoofed Drew McIntyre in The Dirt Sheet segment?
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    A TEW 2020 PWO Diary

    Wednesday, Week 2 December 2020 WWE NXT Dark Matches Dexter Lumis & Leon Ruff beat Santos Escobar & Sunil Singh Chelsea Green beat Indi Hartwell Marina Shafir beat Kayden Carter Tegan Nox beat Simone Johnson by DQ 6-Men Tag: Killian Dain & Imperium beat Pete Dunne & Ever-Rise Robert Stone & Timothy Thatcher beat Daniel Vidot & Ridge Holland by DQ NXT Cruiserweight Championship: Mansoor beat Drake Maverick & Tony Nese to retain Triple Threat: Roderick Strong beat Dominik Dijakovic & Joaquin Wilde The Undisputed Era (Adam Cole & Bobby Fish) beat The Velveteen Dream & KUSHIDA by DQ **** AEW Dark Airing Tuesday Week 3 December 2020 Dark Matches Colt Cabana & Austin Gunn beat The Butcher & The Blade Orange Cassidy beat Sammy Guevara 6-Men Tag: Marko Stunt & Private Party beat Luther & The Initiative Darby Allin & Eddie Kingston beat Kip Sabian & Ricky Starks Penelope Ford beat Shanna Scorpio Sky beat Wardlow Airing Tuesday, Week 4 December 2020 Dark Matches Big Swole beat Shanna Colt Cabana & Sonny Kiss beat The Hybrid 2 6-Men Tag: Darby Allin & Private Party beat Wardlow, The Butcher & The Blade Marko Stunt & Eddie Kingston beat Kip Sabian & Peter Avalon The Bunny beat Mel Scorpio Sky beat Sammy Guevara Airing Tuesday Week 1 January 2021 Dark Matches Big Swole beat Emi Sakura Marko Stunt & Eddie Kingston beat Luther & Wardlow 6-Men Tag: Darby Allin & Private Party beat Brandon Cutler, The Butcher & The Blade Rebel beat Hikaru Shida Colt Cabana & Sonny Kiss beat The Hybrid 2 by countout Kip Sabian beat Orange Cassidy Airing Tuesday Week 2 January 2021 Dark Matches Nyla Rose beat Riho Colt Cabana beat Peter Avalon Orange Cassidy beat Wardlow Sammy Guevara beat Sonny Kiss by DQ Marko Stunt beat Five 6-Men Tag: Darby Allin & Private Party beat Kip Sabian & The Hybrid 2 Awesome Kong beat Shanna AEW Dynamite Airing tonight Dark Matches Penelope Ford beat Riho Darby Allin beat Sammy Guevara Ladder: The Bunny beat Abadon Best Friends beat Dark Order (Evil Uno & Stu Grayson) 6-Men Tag: Adam Page, Joey Janela & Sonny Kiss beat Kip Sabian & FTR Kenny Omega beat Ricky Starks Matt Hardy beat QT Marshall The Lucha Brothers beat The Young Bucks AEW World Championship: Jon Moxley beat Chris Jericho to retain Airing Wednesday Week 3 December 2020 Dark Matches Orange Cassidy beat Five Scorpio Sky beat Sammy Guevara Ladder: Awesome Kong beat Hikaru Shida The Bunny & Emi Sakura beat Brandi Rhodes & Rebel Jake Hager beat Ricky Starks Brian Cage beat Darby Allin Matt Hardy beat Austin Gunn 6-Men Tag: Shawn Spears, Hangman Page & Kenny Omega beat Kip Sabian & FTR by DQ Chris Jericho & Matt Cardona beat MJF & Dustin Rhodes Airing Wednesday Week 4 December 2020 Dark Matches Orange Cassidy beat Five Scorpio Sky beat Peter Avalon Colt Cabana & Darby Allin beat Jurassic Express Yuka Sakazaki beat Anna Jay Mel beat Shanna Dr. Britt Baker DMD & Big Swole beat Riho & Hikaru Shida Table: Brandi Rhodes beat The Bunny 6-Men Tag: Joey Janela, Hangman Page & Kenny Omega beat Kip Sabian & FTR by DQ Matt Hardy beat QT Marshall Dustin Rhodes & MJF beat Best Friends Airing Wednesday Week 1 January 2021 Dark Matches The Butcher & The Blade beat Private Party Marko Stunt beat Five Leva Bates beat Mel Penelope Ford beat Shanna by DQ Awesome Kong beat Yuka Sakazaki 6-Men Tag: Matt Cardona, Joey Janela & Sonny Kiss beat Kip Sabian & FTR MJF beat QT Marshall Kenny Omega beat Luther Ladder: The Lucha Brothers beat The Young Bucks **** NJPW Road to World Tag League 2020 Day #18 Dark Matches Yota Tsuji beat Yuya Uemura Zeus & Hideki Suzuki beat OKUMURA & Tomoyuki Oka Alberto El Patron beat Rhino Taichi beat Master Wato 6-Men Tag: Low Ki, Austin Aries & Volador Jr beat CIMA, Ryu Lee & Clark Connors KAI & BONE SOLDIER beat Jeff Cobb & Taiyo Kea Eddie Edwards beat Mikey Nicholls SUSHI & Kenzo Suzuki beat Go Shiozaki & Kento Miyohara 6-Men Tag: Will Ospreay, PAC & Sami Callihan beat CHAOS (YOSHI-HASHI, Rocky Romero & Robbie Eagles) The World Class Tag Team beat Taguchi Japan (Ryusuke Taguchi & Juice Robinson) 6-Men Tag: Hiroyoshi Tenzan, Togi Makabe & Tomoaki Honma beat Joe Doering, Karl Anderson & DOC Gallows **** Miscellaneous News -A very long batch of tapings resulted in multiple casualties for AEW tonight: first, Chris Jericho suffered an undisclosed foot injury but should be able to recover in time for the next AEW event in 2021. Not the same can be said for Kenny Omega as he tore his patellar ligament in his match vs Luther and will be sidelined for several months. Finally, Shanna strained her quadricep but like Chris Jericho, she will not miss any in-ring action and will be available for the first AEW event in 2021. -Killer Kelly is back at 100% -Molly Spartan has recovered from her injury.
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    TRADE BLOCK

    Lutte Internationale puts Jose Gonzalez & Ron Slinker on the block
  9. I'm certainly not gonna complain about that. But those who hate the character are probably begging for Orton RKOing Alexa tonight. Let's see who'll be happy at the end of the night.
  10. As long as it didn't reach the level of Peyton Manning with the Broncos, though. Sidenote: anyone heard about the reports of Brock Lesnar looking to come back soon to wrestle either Kevin Owens or Bobby Lashley or even both? Apparently, Lesnar now wants to be a babyface and leave the spotlight to the full-timers. Lesnar vs Lashley could be fun.
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    RIP Guy Hauray

    Yeah, unfortunately for you, it's in French. I basically summed up the gist of it in the description I did in my first post in this thread (I left out most of the neuro-coaching part because that wasn't that important to the topic)
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    A TEW 2020 PWO Diary

    Tuesday, Week 2 December 2020 Xplosion Dark Match Bhupinder Singh beat Trey by DQ Taya Valkyrie beat Tasha Steelz Fallah Bahh beat Chris Bey by DQ 6-Men Tag: Daga, Jayson Cyprus & Kirk Warmack beat John Greed & The Deaners Trent Gibson & Willie Mack beat Jeff Fury & Madman Fulton by DQ Alisha Edwards beat Havok Impact Wrestling Dark Matches Willie Mack beat Bhupinder Singh Trent Gibson beat Chris Bey by DQ Rosemary beat Havok Kiera Hogan beat Kylie Rae Ethan Carter III beat Acey Romero 6-Men Tag Team Table Match: Hernandez & The North beat Robbie McAllister, Jayson Cyprus & Kirk Warmack Taya Valkyrie beat Alisha Edwards Steel Cage: Su Yung beat Tenille Dashwood Steel Cage: Tommy Dreamer & Petey Williams beat Brian Myers & Eric Young Shera beat Rob Van Dam **** NWA Power Airing this week Dark Matches Eddie Kingston & Matt Cross beat Jocephus & Crimson Melina beat Ashley Vox Allysin Kay & Thunder Rosa beat Kamille & Marti Belle 6-Men Tag: Homicide, CW Anderson & Zicky Dice beat Eli Drake, Sal Rinauro & Trevor Murdock Nick Aldis beat Elijah Burke Jake Hager & Aron Stevens beat Brian Cage & Mr. Anderson Airing Tuesday Week 3 December 2020 Eddie Kingston & CW Anderson beat Sal Rinauro & Crimson 6-Men Tag: Elijah Burke, Jax Dane & Matt Cross beat Trevor Murdock, Jocephus & Caleb Konley NWA Women's World Championship: Allysin Kay beat Thunder Rosa, Kamille & Melina to win the title NWA World Tag Team Championship: Jake Hager & Homicide beat Eli Drake & James Storm to win the titles **** Miscellaneous News -Mercedes Martinez has fully recovered from her injury -Changes made to the Evolution stable in All Japan: Susumu Yokosuka & Yoshitatsu are in while Ultimo Dragon is out. Same can be said the Enfants Terribles stable there; Suwama and Shuji Ishikawa are in while Jun Akiyama and Takao Omori are out! -As seen in the results, 2 titles changed hands during the NWA Power tapings as Jake Hager & Homicide are the new NWA World Tag Team Champions for the first time while Allysin Kay captured the NWA Women's World Championship for the 2nd time. Both matches will air on next week's show.
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    RIP Guy Hauray

    Actually, they stopped airing WWF programming in French in Quebec I would say, at the fall of 1998. I don't even know if Raymond Rougeau & Jean Brassard kept doing the PPV commentary afterwards. But we never had Agius & Chereau here. WCW did eventually air in French with Marc Blondin and Michel Letourneur from the mid-90s to 2000 (I remember they that they were airing WCW PPVs scaled in several weeks at the very end instead of Nitro) - Blondin had been doing WCW on Quebec TV for years - all the way back to 1992-1993 with Richard Charland as the color commentator. Blondin eventually did commentary for TNA and Impact Wrestling with Sylvain Grenier and PCO later until 2014 or 2015 maybe.
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    RIP Guy Hauray

    It was weird getting used to Jean Brassard but I grew very fond of his color commentary ("Espèce de saltimbanque à moteur!") and his PPV Control Center reports always cracked me up. Saw Jean Brassard pop up in numerous TV shows lately like L&O SVU and MacGyver recently.
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    RIP Guy Hauray

    There was a gap of time between 1991 and 1993 where I could only access wrestling by videotapes since we didn't get cable TV in my household until 1993 (WWF disappeared from basic TV in 1991) so I was stunned to hear Guy Hauray in a Bobby Heenan type role on commentary and being absolutely offended by Doink the Clown coming to the ring with a cigar in his mouth (apparently Guy couldn't stand the smell of cigars) and I wish I could've witnessed heel Guy a bit longer because Jean Brassard took over in his position shortly thereafter in 1994. Although Jean Brassard gave me fantastic memories lol
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    RIP Guy Hauray

    Hauray and Carpentier did have a falling out over the years but they reunited in 2008 and they patched things up (Carpentier died in 2010 I believe so it was the last time they saw each other). I'm not really familiar with the neurocoaching stuff as I learned about this while reading the article that Pat Laprade wrote about Hauray's passing. I also believe that he had a falling out with his son but that I can't 100% confirm.
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    RIP Guy Hauray

    Guy Hauray played a bigger role in pro wrestling in Quebec that most people would imagine. Hauray first started as coach & consultant for numerous artists like Cyndi Lauper and Michael Douglas and he met Édouard Carpentier, who would become his long-time associate in 1977 in a movie festival for French actor Alain Delon. In the meantime, Gino Brito wanted to relaunch pro wrestling in Quebec following the passing of his father Jack Britton but couldn't get access to the Montreal Forum because he didn't have a TV contract. Brito then went to New York to see if someone would be interested in investing in the promotion and Vince McMahon Sr suggested him to talk to Frank Valois. Eventually, they convinced Andre the Giant to invest in the territory to create Promotions Varoussac, who would be the controlling entity to what would become Lutte Internationale. Brito & Valois would then bring Guy Hauray and Hauray was responsible to go to TV stations to pitch the idea of bringing Quebec wrestling back to TV. The first TV station that Hauray would convince would be Télé 7, who carried Lutte Grand Prix in the 70s. Gino Brito would even use ABC-22 in Burlington to invite fans to tune in for Lutte Internationale on December 7, 1980 for the next week. Guy Hauray would then join Édouard Carpentier on commentary. Hauray would be in that role for Lutte Internationale from 1980 to 1984 when CFCF-12 also wanted in and problems ensued between Lutte and Hauray with concerns of having too many hours of the same product in the same market (imagine saying that today!). Eventually, Lutte wanted to buy the TV rights from Guy Hauray but Hauray wasn't satisfied with what he had and threatened to leave for the WWF, not realizing that Hauray had total control over wrestling on Quebec TV. Lutte thought he was bluffing but they went horribly wrong as in December 1984, Lutte Internationale was replaced on Sunday morning by WWF Superstars of Wrestling; Guy Hauray had been in talks with WWF since 2 months prior to sell them the TV rights in Quebec. Hauray would become Vince McMahon's go-to man when it came to French TV and appointed him as EVP of European business since Hauray's company, Poly Spec Tele Video, had all the rights to WWF TV and would export the product worldwide. Many might have heard the rumors of WWF trying to book a WWF Championship match between Hulk Hogan and Dino Bravo at the Olympic Stadium in 1989. Turns out that Vince had mandated Guy Hauray to see if that was a feasible project but in Guy Hauray's words, it would've been a logistical nightmare because it would've been impossible to place giant screens in appropriate areas for all fans to see everything. However, it was very much something that Vince was thinking about. Over the years, Guy Hauray would also work with Marc Blondin and Raymond Rougeau (following Édouard Carpentier's 1 year suspension for comments he had made) and would do so until 1994 when he decided to retire and leave the company because he didn't want to move to Stamford to record commentary for the weekly TV shows like Vince wanted him to. Another interesting thing; Guy Hauray would then move on and would be working for Ted Turner as his personal coach. In fact, Ted Turner even asked him to create a French TV pilot for WCW but Hauray refused, knowing what it meant to be in competition with Vince McMahon and did the same for a local promotion in France who wanted to launch a promotion on Canal +. Hauray would eventually create "neurocoaching" and would spend the rest of his professional career working in that field (Hauray had a Bachelors degree in cognitive psychology and a Masters degree in social anthropology from UC-Irvine and UC-Berkeley) and huge conglomerates like CNN would use his training methods. Even if he didn't talk a whole lot about pro wrestling in recent years, he was always proud of what he had done with Édouard Carpentier and the business in general. For me, Guy Hauray was a big part of my childhood with Édouard Carpentier. They were not Gorilla Monsoon & Bobby Heenan in terms of dynamic but their significance for French speaking wrestling fans is as huge.
  18. SirEdger

    Is Impact the best promotion in wrestling history?

    Apparently, he's also on a short-term deal with Impact Wrestling too? What's up with that?
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    WM37, WM38, and WM39 dates/locations confirmed by WWE

    That hair on Triple H though.
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    USWA

    The Louisville Gardens show looks like a banger. I feel like Carlos Colon vs Kamala could end up being a good ol' fashioned Puerto Rico bloodbath.
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    A TEW 2020 PWO Diary

    Monday, Week 2 December 2020 WWE RAW Main Event Sasha Banks beat Carmella by countout R-Truth beat Shane Thorne Bobby Roode beat Drew Gulak Naomi beat Bianca Belair Finn Balor beat Matt Riddle 6-Men Tag: Samoa Joe, Kevin Owens & AJ Styles beat Ricochet & Street Profits Seth Rollins beat Akira Tozawa Drew McIntyre & Andrade beat Bobby Lashley & Sheamus **** NJPW Road to World Tag League 2020 Day #17 Dark Matches Yuya Uemura beat Yota Tsuji Sami Callihan beat Chase Owens Low Ki beat El Phantasmo Suzuki-gun (El Desperado & Taichi) beat FinJuice KAI & Daichi Hashimoto beat Michael Elgin & Toa Henare 6-Men Tag: CHAOS (Robbie Eagles, Rocky Romero & YOSHI-HASHI) beat CIMA, Ryu Lee & Clark Connors 6-Men Tag: Kenzo Suzuki, Manabu Soya & Seiya Sanada beat Jeff Cobb, Go Shiozaki & Kento Miyohara PAC & Will Ospreay beat Los Ingobernables de Japon (EVIL & BUSHI) IWGP Tag Team Championship: The Guerrillas of Destiny beat Suzuki-gun (Zack Sabre Jr & Yoshinobu Kanemaru) to retain NEVER Openweight Championship: Shingo Takagi beat Ryusuke Taguchi to retain TenKoji beat Suzuki-gun (Minoru Suzuki & Bad Luck Fale) 6-Men Tag: CHAOS (Tomohiro Ishii, Hirooki Goto & Kazuchika Okada) beat Joe Doering, Togi Makabe & Tomoaki Honma **** Miscellaneous News -Michael Elgin tore his groin muscle during his tag match for New Japan last night and will be sidelined several months
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    Lutte Internationale

    FRANK VALOIS READY TO LAUNCH BACK LUTTE INTERNATIONALE, JANUARY 9TH, 1986 There is a lot of excitement in the air as Lutte Internationale is about to rise back from the ashes, although a very different look than it was in his heydays, when the Rougeaus, Dino Bravo and Ricky Martel were cheered by thousands of fans around Eastern Canada. "It certainly will make for an interesting dynamic," said promoter Frank Valois, president of Promotions Varoussac, the entity behind Lutte Internationale, "but I'm up for a challenge. First and foremost, I want to deliver quality wrestling to our great fanbase in Eastern Canada and I believe we can achieve that with a mix of veterans and newcomers." Frank Valois has assembled an intriguing ensemble cast to start off with the likes of Abdullah the Butcher and Baron Von Raschke, but Valois will also be able to count on a contingent of Japanese stars like Jumbo Tsuruta, Masanobu Fuchi and Yoshiaki Yatsu to bring an international flavour to his shows. "Truth be told, none of this would've been possible if one of my former business partners, Andre the Giant (former shareholder of Promotions Varoussac) hadn't laid out the groundwork with his extensive travels. He created numerous business opportunities for us and being trustworthy came a long way. Even as Andre is now working elsewhere, having someone like The Sheik being the middle man and allowing us to welcome talents from Japan. It's literally been a godsend for me to have someone like The Sheik on our roster. Also, he's a familiar face, considering his history in the Detroit area so numerous fans in Ontario will be thrilled to see him on our shows whenever we'll have events there." Right now, Frank Valois intends to tape TVs strictly at the Centre Paul-Sauvé in Montreal with a couple of touring events every week. Valois has secured a deal with CFCF-12 to broadcast their weekly TV and Valois is still thinking about the format he wants to use with his TV. "We have a 1 hour slot on CFCF-12 early Saturday nights so the plan is tape 2 TV shows in one night. We're still discussing with CFCF the frequency of those TV tapings because taping a bunch of shows early could give us some flexibility going forward with our touring events. We'll see how it goes first and move forward." Valois was also asked about the possibility of bringing in special guests for Lutte events, which might eventually lead to have special appearances by the Rougeaus, Dino Bravo or Rick Martel. "It's definitely in the plans to have special guests working our shows. In fact, I can already confirm that our first show on January 9th will serve as TV tapings and we've been able to secure the presence of One Man Gang for that night. My goal is to establish good working relationships with other promoters in order to secure more of those appearances. Right now, the NWA loaned us a couple of wrestlers, including Larry Zbyszko, who should be a major player once the race around the International Heavyweight Championship gets under way. I'm really excited about this and I hope that this will shine through what we will present to our fans, starting January 9th."
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    Is Impact the best promotion in wrestling history?

    Wonder in Shelley's case, it's due to his job outside of wrestling
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    Winning streaks - good or bad?

    Dreamer was the heart and soul of ECW. Of course, he was their top babyface, there's no doubt in my mind.
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    A TEW 2020 PWO Diary

    Sunday, Week 1 December 2020 Miscellaneous News -Mr. Aguila suffered a Mild Shoulder Separation in his AAA Latin America title match against Chessman at Guerra de Titanes 2020. He will not miss any ring time and will keep working through the pain in the next couple of weeks. At the same event, Mascarita Dorada captured the AAA World Mini-Estrella Championship by defeating Dinastia -Dragon Kid didn't complete his 6-Men Tag match during the Dragon Gate Final Gate 2020 Day #9 event as he was battling an undisclosed illness. Dragon Kid however insists that he will be fine but Dragon Gate officials will be closely monitoring his situation for the next few weeks. Shun Skywalker wasn't as lucky as he dislocated his elbow in the match prior to Dragon Kid's and he will be sidelined for a couple of weeks. -Jun Akiyama is set to join the Strong Hearts stable in DDT -C*4 is set to launch a feud between "Speedball" Mike Bailey and Josh Alexander in the new year -ROH officially extended Nicole Savoy's contract.
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