** WWE confirmed the newest additions to the WWE Performance Center. Scarlett Bordeaux, Shotzi Blackheart, Indi Hartwell, and referee Stephon Smith have all signed with WWE.
** Per Dave Meltzer of F4WOnline, prior to the 11/4/19 edition of Monday Night RAW in Long Island, New York, a meeting was held between Vince McMahon and members of the RAW roster and crew. During the meeting, the company blamed “talent speculation” for causing a problem in regard to the Saudi Arabia travel delays. Talents were told that the flight delay was because of a mechanical issue and nothing more and Seth Rollins gave a speech to those present at the meeting. He mentioned keeping things such as the subject at hand off of social media. Seth Rollins has since taken to social media himself to respond directly to the report by shutting it down and calling it a lie.
** PWInsider noted that Adam Cole worked the SmackDown match against Daniel Bryan and the RAW match against Seth Rollins with a fractured wrist.
** According to Fightful, Randy Orton pushed for the idea to do more work with Scott Dawson and Dash Wilder of The Revival and pitched the idea of a faction to Vince McMahon. It is noted in the report that the “idea fell on deaf ears”. Randy Orton and The Revival are now on different brands as a result of the 2019 WWE Draft.
** Casey Michael of Squared Circle Sirens is reporting that Brandon and Brent Tate, formerly known as “The Boys” in Ring of Honor will be receiving a WWE tryout in December.
** WWE announced that the November 8th edition of 205 Live will broadcast from Full Sail University. The show will air at 10 PM EST on the WWE Network immediately following Friday Night SmackDown.
** Sonya Deville was interviewed by ‘TheTalko’.
** Ring of Honor issued the following press release about their weekly show now being available across Sinclair Broadcast Group’s newly purchased regional sports networks. Sinclair purchased FS1’s regional networks earlier this year and ROH will begin airing on those networks beginning November 8th at midnight.
Baltimore, MD (November 1, 2019) –Beginning Friday, November 8, Ring of Honor Wrestling will now air at midnight in the applicable time zones for wrestling fans who receive any of the 21 RSNs that Sinclair acquired earlier this year – and on Marquee when it launches in early 2020.
“The one thing that has always made Ring of Honor so special and able to overcome any hurdle over the past 17 years, is our undeniable commitment to wrestling fans,” said Ring of Honor Chief Operating Officer, Joe Koff. “Gaining distribution with a fixed time every week is a major breakthrough that makes it easier for our audience to find and follow Ring of Honor. We are constantly endeavoring to bring more to our fans, so we are thrilled to have the opportunity to expand our offerings to reach more viewers geographically and offer more programming time for our existing viewers.”
“This is a significant step for Ring of Honor and the Regional Sports Networks and we look forward to delivering more original content to our viewers ” said Jeff Krolik, president of Sinclair’s regional sports networks.
Stay tuned to rohwrestling.com to find out how you can watch Ring of Honor Wrestling every Friday at Midnight in your area on the RSNs!
Viewers can tune in every Friday at midnight starting on November 8th to watch Ring of Honor Wrestling. Check your channel guide or visit sbgi.net/regional-sports-networks/ for more information on the Sinclair Regional Sports Network in your area. Visit rohwrestling.com for more information on Ring of Honor Wrestling.
** Scheduled for the November 8th edition of Friday Night SmackDown is Roman Reigns versus Baron Corbin, and The Revival defending the SmackDown Tag Team Championships against New Day (Big E & Kofi Kingston). Those matches were set to take place on the SmackDown after Crown Jewel but due to the travel delays, the scheduled matches did not happen.
** The WWE FOX Twitter account is teasing that Bray Wyatt altered the look of the Universal Championship. The alterations will be revealed on the 11/5/19 episode of WWE Backstage on FS1.
** PWInsider is reporting that MLW has ended its relationship with The Crash Lucha Libre, in wake of the announcement that MLW has formed a partnership with AAA. Also, Tom Lawlor’s contract with MLW is close to expiring but the two parties are working on a new deal and the report notes that discussions are going well.
** Former UFC Heavyweight Champion Daniel Cormier was a recent guest on the Keepin It 100 With Konnan podcast and Cormier shared that he was in talks with WWE about a variety of roles concerning their move to FOX but does not know if it was WWE or FOX pushing for it to happen.
Honestly, I was in a lot, a lot of conversations with a lot of people about different things with the WWE. One was the studio show in L.A., and another one was maybe trying to figure out a way to be on commentary… I’ve got some great relationships at FOX, so I don’t necessarily know if it was WWE pushing this, or FOX pushing this. I was there for five years — UFC Tonight and everything else. Made some great friendships and they just wanted to try and keep me in the FOX family. But no man, I’ve talked to Triple H, talked to Michael Cole and I’ve talked to the people that run the show down at FOX. I’d like to say the ship has not sailed so, we still have to find something that works and the moment we find something that works, I’m all in.
Cormier also talked about when he and Cain Velasquez attended the 2018 Elimination Chamber pay-per-view in Paradise, Nevada. He said that Cain being in that atmosphere drew him back into professional wrestling and he noticed how intrigued Velasquez was:
He’s a great guy, humble guy. I remember last year, we were in Las Vegas. We were doing the Ultimate Fighter before Stipe and I fought the first time. Sunday night, it’s Elimination Chamber in Vegas. We tell the WWE we want tickets, so they give em’ to us — to me and Cain Velasquez and five other guys so they’re like, ‘Sure, we’ll give you guys tickets right next the rail’. Cain and them leave, they come back, he’s got luchador masks for everybody. He’s like, ‘Let’s go’, so we hang out, we drink a little bit and we go to the match and as the guys are in there, those chambers and the lights shut out, everyone of the wrestlers were looking back and giving us the thumbs up and it’s just like, ‘Those dudes are real fighters’, but I saw Cain kind of… I just saw it. I don’t know. It did something to him. It did something a little bit different because he always loved professional wrestling, but he hadn’t been watching it as much recently, but then the moment he was in that environment, I saw something happen to him. Something changed in him, in Vegas that night and he was like, ‘I don’t know man, I might wanna do wrestling’, and then he just kept watching more and falling back in love with something that he watched so much as a kid and now, he’s in the WWE fighting for the WWE Title in his first match.
** After Natalya and Lacey Evans competed in the first-ever women’s wrestling match in Saudi Arabia, Yahoo! Finance chatted with Pascal Menoret who is a professor of modern Middle East studies at Brandeis University. Pascal stated that people should not look too much into the allowing of Natalya and Lacey to compete in Saudi Arabia. Menoret had the following to say about the subject:
The Saudi government is operating a worldwide propaganda campaign to whitewash its repression of activists, including feminists, and that one should take seemingly good news coming from there with a heavy pinch of salt.
** Jerry “The King” Lawler will be in action on January 18th for the Championship Wrestling of Arkansas promotion. Lawler is putting his in-ring career on the line against Arkansas Heavyweight Champion Matt Riviera in a title versus career match.
** Asuka, Roman Reigns, The Undertaker and “Macho Man” Randy Savage will be a part of the Brawlhalla video game.
** WWE Hall Of Famer Superstar Billy Graham took to his personal Facebook page and gave his thoughts about the main event between NXT Champion Adam Cole and Daniel Bryan from last week’s Friday Night SmackDown. Graham voiced his displeasure with the size of Adam Cole and suggested that Cole should start doing steroids:
NXT Champion Adam Cole Needs to do Steroids
Yes fans, once more the Superstar speaks the truth and is not afraid to tell the truth. I did indeed watch the last Friday Night Smackdown and was very impressed with the technical skill of the NXT champ against Daniel Bryan in the main event. However, once again we see a champion of a WWE brand who is smaller than most women on both Raw and Smackdown !!!! HHH my dear brother, I am speaking to you now…what is it with such small champions in the WWE save Brock Lesnar? That is why Lesnar beat Kofi in under 10 seconds to win the WWE Titile Belt back…because it would have been a farce to carry Kofi any longer, the very nice young man that he is. Damn, Adam Cole is soooooooooo small. I am not telling him to abuse roids, just use them correctly to enhance your physique, HHH will show you exactly how to do it, but just DO IT for the sake of your championship title…..you should look like a champion !!!!!!
** Several local Oklahoma news outlets are advertising that the first episode of Monday Night RAW in 2020 will take place on January 6th which is a Thursday.
** Hindustan Times released their interview with Io Shirai. Shirai told the publication that her heel turn has given her confidence and added more layers to her character:
“This has given me more confidence. The heel turn has added a lot of new things to my character and that has certainly boosted my confidence. I came with a different role but this change has been a boost for me.
Shirai added that she would like to wrestle with Sasha Banks, Charlotte Flair, and Asuka.
** FOX Baltimore has an article published in honor of the late Nikolai Volkoff. Comments from Tommy Dreamer and Andy Vineberg, who is the adopted son of Volkoff are included in the article.
** Canadian Wrestling Elite promoter Danny Duggan did an interview with The Williams Lake Tribune.
** Fresh off her performance on the October 30th episode of NXT, Poppy announced dates and locations for her 2020 tour.
** WWE interviewer and backstage correspondent Sarah Schreiber spoke with Bill Apter for an exclusive interview.
** Sports Illustrated conducted an interview with Becky Lynch and she talked about how wrestling is 20% in-ring action and 80% about how one can get people to care about them.
Wrestling is 20% about the matches and 80% about how you engage with the people who care about you,” said Lynch. “I remember walking through the building at WrestleMania 35, passing by The Undertaker and Hulk Hogan. I’d idolized them when I was younger, and now they’d be watching me in the main event, and that’s something I accomplished with the help of these people.
Lynch was also asked about a potential rematch against Ronda Rousey and said that whenever Rousey is ready to return, The Man will be waiting for her.
** Big Japan Pro-Wrestling Ryogokutan Results (11/4/19)
– Dark Match: Masaki Morihiro & Yuichi Taniguchi def. Kikutaro & Kosuke Sato
– Kazuki Hashimoto, Ryota Hama & Yasufumi Nakanoue def. Akira Hyodo, Takuho Kato & Yuki Ishikawa
– Abdullah Kobayashi, Drew Parker, Hideki Suzuki, Orca Uto & Shinobu def. Great Kojika, Kankuro Hoshino, Brahman Kei, Brahman Shu & The Great Sasuke
– Jake Lee & Naoya Nomura def. Kazumi Kikuta & Ryuichi Kawakami
– Strong Hearts (El Lindaman, Shigehiro Irie & T-Hawk) def. Fuminori Abe, Hideyoshi Kamitani & Takuya Nomura
– Tack Strip Deathmatch: Masashi Takeda & Takumi Tsukamoto def. Masaya Takahashi & Rickey Shane Page
– BJW Junior Heavyweight Championship – Fatal 4-Way Match: Yuya Aoki (c) def. Kota Sekifuda, TAJIRI and Tatsuhiko Yoshino
– Daisuke Sekimoto & WALTER def. Yuji Hino & Yuji Okabayashi
– Blood & Death History Deathmatch: Ryuji Ito & Takashi Sasaki def. Jun Kasai & Toshiyuki Sakuda
– BJW World Strong Heavyweight Championship: Daichi Hashimoto def. Kohei Sato (c)
– BJW Deathmatch Heavyweight Championship — 4 Board Giga Ladder Deathmatch: Isami Kodaka (c) def. Yuko Miyamoto
** Former 4-time TNA Women’s Knockout Champion ODB joined Darren Paltrowitz’s ‘Paltrocast’ podcast.
** Yahoo! Sports spoke with Natalya coming off the heels of her match against Lacey Evans at WWE Crown Jewel. Natalya was asked about the water bottle being thrown at her during her entrance and shared that when she saw the bottle, she just mentally reminded herself to keep moving forward.
When that water bottle was thrown, it was kind of symbolic of my life, our lives as people,” Neidhart said. “I have yet to meet a person who has yet to have a struggle in their journey. For me, all I could think of in that moment was that, ‘Oh, a bottle was thrown.’ I was going to keep going forward because forward is forward no matter what the pace is. Because of that mindset I’ve gotten to where I am today. I’ve had so much worse than bottles thrown at me.
Natalya added that Lacey Evans truly wanted to be in-character during their match but they both were aware of how big the moment was and how it was far bigger than their respective characters.
I couldn’t even feel my legs underneath me. It was totally surreal, I was floating,” Neidhart said. “I know Lacey was dying to be in character — she loves playing her character — but I just knew that we were creating this magical moment together and we were so emotional. Lacey said beforehand that she was thinking about her daughter and knowing the role her mom played in this change.
** The Viking Raiders’ opponents on the 11/4/19 episode of Monday Night RAW were Bobby Wayward and Nikos Rikos of WrestlePro.
** Dragon Gate ‘The Gate Of Destiny’ Results (11/4/19) Osaka, Japan
– Keisuke Okuda, Kota Minoura & Yuki Yoshioka def. BxB Hulk, KAI & Yosuke Santa Maria
– Ten Man Battle Royal: Dragon Dia def. Ho Ho Lun, Jimmy, Kagetora, Kanjyouro Matsuyama, Mondai Ryu, Oji Shiiba, Punch Tominaga, Stalker Ichikawa, and Syachihoko BOY
– Kzy & YAMATO def. Masaaki Mochizuki & Shun Skywalker
– R.E.D. (H.Y.O, KAZMA SAKAMOTO, Takashi Yoshida) & Diamante vs. Genki Horiguchi, K-ness, Super Shisa & Ultimo Dragon goes to a double count-out.
– Open the Brave Gate Championship: Kaito Ishida def. Susumu Yokosuka (c)
– Open the Triangle Gate Championship: Strong Machine F, Strong Machine G & Strong Machine J (w/KY Wakamatsu) (c) def. Dragon Kid, Jason Lee & Naruki Doi
– Open the Twin Gate Championship: R.E.D. (Big R Shimizu & Eita) (c) def. Ryo Saito & Yasushi Kanda
– Open the Dream Gate Championship: Ben-K (c) def. Masato Yoshino
** Seth Rollins clashed with WWE Universal Champion Bray Wyatt inside a Steel Cage after the 11/4/19 edition of RAW went off the air on the USA Network.
** ‘Limerick Leader’ published a story about a man who admitted that he stole a WWE replica belt from a toy store and that man has been sentenced to one month in prison.
** Hornswoggle was the most recent guest on the Pro Wrestling Tees podcast and shared the story of how Black Label Pro promoter Mikey wanted to schedule a match between Zack Sabre Jr. and Swoggle. Hornswoggle stated that he was supposed to wrestle Haku as well but ended up having a match with Marko Stunt that he was not too confident heading into but Swoggle believes it turned out to be a good match:
Mikey from Black Label wanted to do it once.” Swoggle revealed that the promotion wanted him versus Zack Sabre Jr. in a submission match. “He wanted to do that one time he brought Gage so that was the first time I’d ever worked Marko Stunt, last year, and I was like, I didn’t even know him. I told him, ‘I didn’t know you’. I looked him up online and I saw what he was doing and I go — I email Mikey from Black Label Pro and I go, ‘What the f*ck are you doing to me? He wrestles and he flips and he flies and he’s really fast and really good. I’m a fat worker now. I can’t…’ and we ended up killing it and it was one of my most fun matches that I’ve had so far being released, and it was like — again, it was like one of those times where it’s like, ‘Oh yeah, I can still do this a little bit. This is still really, really fun, and I can hang a little bit.’
** As first reported by Deadline, ESPN will air every XFL game on their digital platform across Europe, Africa, and the Middle East. The XFL season kicks off on February 8th, 2020.
** Big Swole joined the ‘Pro and Bro Wrestling’ podcast with Fred Rosser.
** Tickets for the January 10th edition of Friday Night SmackDown from Evansville, Indiana go on-sale on November 8th.
** Scott Hall appeared on the Two Man Power Trip of Wrestling podcast to chat WWE Crown Jewel, his relationship with Dusty Rhodes and Diamond Dallas Page.
** Before Revolution Pro Wrestling’s British J Cup kicks off, there will be meet and greet sessions with the likes of PAC, Amazing Red, Tessa Blanchard, Rocky Romero, El Phantasmo and Ren Narita.
** Rusev is doing a meet and greet on November 9th in Leeds, England.
** Prior to the 11/4/19 edition of Monday Night RAW going live on the USA Network, Zack Ryder and Curt Hawkins defeated Erick Rowan and Eric Young, and Shelton Benjamin defeated No Way Jose. Those matches will air on the next edition of WWE ‘Main Event’.
** Chuck Taylor and Trent of Best Friends will be doing a live Instagram Q&A on November 6th at 4 PM EST.
** Dave LaGreca and Mark Henry welcomed The Young Bucks onto Busted Open Radio.
** ECW Press will be publishing the biography of Ed Farhat (The Original Sheik) in 2021, per PWInsider.
** MLW is returning to Cicero Stadium on February 29th for their ‘Intimidation Games’ show. Among the many names advertised for the event are Jacob Fatu, Tom Lawlor, The Von Erichs and Salina de la Renta.
** WWE is hosting a Supershow on January 5th in Springfield, Missouri. Seth Rollins, Sasha Banks, Becky Lynch, and Roman Reigns are advertised for the event.
** AEW World Tag Team Champion Scorpio Sky sat down with Chris Van Vliet for an exclusive interview and Scorpio talked about not being pleased with the match on AEW: Dynamite in Philadelphia in which he lost his shoe:
I didn’t actually,” Sky said when asked if he realized how special that moment was. “I was actually really, really upset with myself as it showed and I’ve taken a lot of flack for it, because our finishing move didn’t come out the way we wanted it to and I’m really a perfectionist, and I knew it was a special night, I knew the match was going really, really well and I threw my shoe out in the crowd and the crowd comes up and they threw it back and I’m like, ‘Yay! I got it back. This is cool’, and so the fact that the very last thing we did didn’t work, I was extremely frustrated with myself and with the entire moment. It wasn’t anybody’s fault. It was just a timing thing, but when I got to the back, I wasn’t really thinking about, ‘Oh this is a great moment.’ It was like, ‘Damn it, damn it, damn it. We were almost there. We were almost there’ and fortunately, the fans are amazing and forgiving and everyone… I received a few tweets here and there — people like, ‘Oh man, don’t worry about that. You were in socks and it’s not a big deal and it was an amazing performance’ so thank you for that.
Scorpio talks about the homophobic tweets he sent out in 2011:
A couple of months after that, I had some bad decisions that I made where I said some things on Twitter that I shouldn’t have said that were very, very inappropriate and ignorant, actually, and it came off as homophobic, and that’s a very down point of my career — something I look back on with a lot of regret and at the same time though, I learned a lot from it and I definitely can look back — here we are, this is almost going on ten years later. I’ve learned a lot from it and I’m definitely a different person now than I was then, and I learned that there is certain language that is completely unacceptable and not only in the public eye, but in your personal life as well, and so, it’s a situation that I’m very embarrassed about and I look back with a lot of regret but at the same time, I learned from it and became a better person and a more understanding person and yeah, that’s that.
Reaching out to Nyla Rose and Sonny Kiss when those tweets resurfaced and having a conversation with them:
I still see tweets every once in a while where someone’s like, ‘Oh this guy is that’ and I can’t do anything about it. There was a situation where not too long after we signed with AEW, someone tweeted at Nyla Rose and Sonny Kiss, and they said, ‘How do you feel about having this guy in the company’ and, you know, I don’t care if someone takes a shot at me, but to try and make someone else feel uncomfortable, I thought was kind of a real low shot. So I reached out to them. I didn’t really know them that well at the time but I reached out to them. I said, ‘Hey, I had some things that I said almost ten years ago that I’m very embarrassed about and it was very ignorant and very inappropriate and I’m a different person today than I was then and I never want you to feel uncomfortable around me and we can always talk’, and they couldn’t have been more understanding and open and in my corner and to this day, the three of us are just great close friends.
When those tweets were sent out by Scorpio, he was doing some work for WWE and it affected his relationship with the company to a certain extent.
Oh absolutely,” the tweets affected his relationship with WWE. “WWE responded to it, because there was a guy that basically saw the tweets and he screen-capped them and sent them to every company I ever worked for at that time. He sent them to every single company and said, ‘This guy needs to be gone’. This is 2011 I think. Something like that, and so, WWE responded and they said that we don’t back this and we have an anti-bullying campaign — yada, yada, yada, which they had to say. They called me a year later. I worked for them a year later on accident. I don’t think they remembered or whatever, but, whatever it was, like I said, I don’t hold any animosity towards that. I’m the one that made the mistake. I screwed up and it’s a part of the story.
Scorpio Sky expresses that he wants Tessa Blanchard in All Elite Wrestling:
She’s one of my favorites. Yeah, I want her here. I’ve been pretty open about it. I think she’s the best women’s wrestler in the world, and I was just gonna say, and one of the best wrestlers I’ve ever been with honestly. She’s phenomenal so, the fact that she’s not with WWE — I know she’s with IMPACT and I don’t know, I’m sure she’s very happy there but… and I have nothing to do with… this is me, just talking as a wrestler. I would love to have her here with AEW and I think this would be a great place for her.
** Natalya chatted with Sports Illustrated.
** ‘Metro’ released their interview with Adam Cole that was conducted at the WWE Performance Center.
** Killer Kross is debuting for PCW ULTRA at the promotion’s anniversary show on January 10th.
** The Big Lead confirmed that Pro Wrestling Sheet’s Ryan Satin is joining WWE Backstage on FS1 as a contributor. The site notes that Satin will be an insider on the show and will appear to break news when applicable.
** Former NXT U.K. Women’s Champion Rhea Ripley was the most recent guest on Lilian Garcia’s Chasing Glory podcast.
** WWE Hall Of Famer Ron Simmons chatted with Andy Malnoske of MyTwinTiers.
** Shota Umino is taking on Kyle Fletcher at Revolution Pro Wrestling’s ‘New Beginnings’ show on November 9th.
** Encore Magazine has a story up about the United Pro Wrestling Association promotion.
** Anthony Garrett spoke with Hannibal TV about his recent Bellator bout with Jake Hager. Garrett revealed that when it was announced that Hager was coming to Bellator, he was considered to be the first person to challenge Hager but J.W. Kiser was given that opportunity.
So, the crazy thing is, most people don’t know this and I don’t really know if I’m supposed to reveal it or not but I don’t really care. I was one of the few people asked to be his first opponent. Bellator had actually contacted me about being his first opponent and J.W. Kiser got it over me, and they may have asked a few other people. I just don’t remember their names right now. But, I was one of the options of his first fight. So ever since that was brought to my attention and I found out that he was making a run in MMA, I had told Bellator, I was like, ‘Hey man, down the road, keep me in mind. I’ll be his second, third, fourth, fifth opponent — whatever I gotta do. It’d be awesome to fight him. Make a name for yourself basically. He’s a big name in the WWE world and wrestling world so, you could make a name off of him if you beat him so, that’s what I was looking to do the whole time. I’m just patiently waiting for my chance against him.
** Sports Video Group has a piece up about the official debut of WWE Backstage on FS1 featuring quotes from Jacob Ullman and Mike Davies of FOX Sports.
** ESPN interviewed Pentagon Jr. about his friendship with San Francisco 49ers TE George Kittle.
** Sam Roberts welcomed Corey Graves onto the notsam Wrestling podcast.
** WWE has an interview up on its official website with Adam F. Goldberg who is the creator of the show “The Goldbergs” on ABC.
** Josh Woods is the latest Ring of Honor star to participate in the 10 Questions series on the company’s website.
** Seth Rollins, Sasha Banks, Becky Lynch, The OC (AJ Styles, Luke Gallows & Karl Anderson), Drake Maverick, Kevin Owens, Bray Wyatt, Ricochet, Bobby Lashley and Drew McIntyre will all be doing signings on November 9th in Stretford, England.
** WWE released a clip from the most recent edition of ‘Ride Along’ featuring The OC (Luke Gallows, Karl Anderson & AJ Styles). In the clip, AJ stated that the last WWE contract he signed is the last contract he’ll ever sign. He added that he does not have a problem working with WWE for life but not as an in-ring performer:
The last contract I signed, was my last. That’s it. I don’t mind working with the WWE for life. I just don’t want to do it in the ring.
** Here’s episode two of ‘FREE THE DELETE’ from Matt Hardy’s YouTube channel:
** Here’s the newest edition of Being The Elite:
** NXT’s Rik Bugez did an interview with Loudwire during-which he played metal riffs and lifted weights.
RAR 11/4/19: Adam Cole vs. Seth Rollins, WWE-Saudi Arabia
John Pollock and Wai Ting review WWE Raw featuring Adam Cole vs. Seth Rollins for the NXT title. We also discuss the latest involving the WWE roster’s travel issues in Saudi Arabia.
NJPW POWER STRUGGLE POST SHOW
John Pollock & Wai Ting review NJPW Power Struggle 2019 featuring Jay White vs. Hirooki Goto for the IWGP Intercontinental title and the surprise return of an NJPW star from injury.
THUNDERSTRUCK #2: Jushin Thunder Liger vs. Bryan Danielson
WH Park and Benno of The British Wrestling Experience and The GRAPPL Spotlight podcasts get together for the first time to discuss Jushin Liger vs. Bryan Danielson from Ring of Honor’s Weekend of Thunder on November 5, 2004.
UFC 244 POST SHOW: Jorge Masvidal vs. Nate Diaz
John Pollock is joined by Phil Chertok for the UFC 244 POST Show covering Saturday night’s card from Madison Square Garden with Nate Diaz vs. Jorge Masvidal for the BMF title.
RASD 11/1/19: NXT Invades SmackDown, Saudi Arabia Flight Delays
John Pollock and Wai Ting review Friday Night SmackDown on FS1 featuring an NXT invasion amidst flight delays for talent in Saudi Arabia.
Café Hangout: WWE Crown Jewel review, Q3 results, NXT & AEW ratings
In a special Café Hangout “After Dark”, John Pollock and Wai Ting review the results of WWE Crown Jewel featuring the first women’s wrestling match in Saudi Arabia. We also take your calls and discuss WWE’s Q3 Earnings Results and last night’s NXT and AEW ratings.
BWE 11/1/19: OTT 5th Anniversary – Jordan Devlin vs. David Starr
Jamesie is joined by Alan Counihan for an Irish takeover as they review the huge OTT 5th Anniversary show featuring Jordan Devlin vs. David Starr.
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