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TNA sale negotiations begin
In what could end up being a huge news story, TNA / Impact Wrestling is negotiating with Aroluxe Marketing. Dixie Carter, TNA President, is attempting to sell 49% of the company, so that she could remain the majority share holder, and thus control of the company. Dave and Bryan have a Breaking News audio update on this topic and on the topic of the earthquake that has caused New Japan to cancel shows. Our own Paul “Ace” Fontaine has an article here on the same topic, noting two wrestling names that have been associated with the Aroluxe Marketing group and previously with TNA.
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Tonight will be Raw from the O2 Arena in London, which was taped earlier this afternoon. Raw will air on a several hour tape delay this week so we will have results up on the site before the show.
Tuesday is Smackdown from the O2 Arena in London which features Undertaker. There will be a half crew for Smackdown because there is also a house show in Manchester, England with Roman Reigns, Sheamus, Rusev, Kane, Dudleys, New Day, Charlotte, Becky Lynch and Sasha Banks, so they will all most likely not be on Smackdown.
Wednesday has WWE house shows in Newcastle, England, with Undertaker as the headliner, and Belfast, Northern Ireland.
NJPW cancels PPV due to Kumamoto earthquakes
ROH signs TV deal with Canada’s Fight Network
Ongoing WWE RAW Spoilers, London, ENG: New feud rumors and results
Kimbo Slice heads to London for July return, interesting co-main planned
UFC on FOX overnight ratings as good as could be expected
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During the 70s and 80s, Blackjack Mulligan was one of the legendary characters in pro wrestling, a man whose life and career had major ups and just as legendary downs.
Robert Deroy Windham played the character and later became the patriarch of one of the most significant modern wrestling families. He went from being a John Wayne-like figure as one of the most memorable characters in the heyday of Mid Atlantic Championship Wrestling, to a wrestler known for no-shows and walking out on promotions, and later spent two years in prison for counterfeiting.
He returned to wrestling after being in prison, but he was a guy who was quick to throw down, and quick to leave when he was unhappy. The business was changing where there weren’t the options to go somewhere and always have a job like in his heyday.
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Georges St-Pierre appeared on The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani today and said he was in serious training and in talks with the UFC for a return. He said nothing is official and he had a rotator cuff injury he was dealing with. He said he was going to start a training camp and see how he held up getting through it and decide what was next but the shoulder injury was bothering him and he kept training on it. He said the injury has healed and he’s doing a camp and will decide if he’s going to fight shortly. He said there is an issue because he made a lot of money with sponsors that he can no longer have with the Reebok deal so he may have to renegotiate his contract.
E! announced today that the Bella Twins will be getting a reality show called “Total Bellas.” The show will be based around their family with the cast members being Nikki & Brie Bella, Daniel Bryan, John Cena, John Laurinaitis, Kathy Colace (the Bellas mother who is married to John Laurinaitis) as well as brother J.J. and his wife.
Chris Jericho will be a guest on Sunday night’s “Talking Dead” show after “Fear the Walking Dead.” (thanks to Joe Puccio)
WWE & Professional Wrestling
ROH and New Japan Pro Wrestling bring join up on Sunday May 8th for GLOBAL WARS, LIVE on pay-per-view from Chicago Ridge. This massive event kicks off a busy week for the stars of ROH and NJPW, who are hitting the road from there to Dearborn, Toronto, and New York City! Less than 100 tickets remain. Click HERE to order.
ROH announced Jay Lethal vs. Colt Cabana as the main event for Global Wars on 5/8 in Chicago. They also announced Tama Tonga & Tanga Roa, the IWGP tag team champions, as well as Jushin Liger and Gedo to the previous list of New Japan talent for the show including IWGP champion Tetsuya Naito, ROH TV champion Tomohiro Ishii, IWGP jr. champion Kushida, and former IWGP champions Hiroshi Tanahashi and Kazuchika Okada.
Chris Jericho vs. Dean Ambrose and Sami Zayn vs. Kevin Owens were officially announced for Payback on 5/1 in Chicago today.
Results from NWA Smoky Mountain on Saturday night in Kingsport, TN: Smoky Mountain cup tournament: Anthony Henry b Axton Ray, Jimmy Rave b Kyle Matthews, Ali Shabazz b Shawn Shultz, Jordan Kage b Timmy Lou Retton, Chase Owens b Ethan Case, Jason Kincaid b Lio Rush, Skylar Kruze & Gavin Daring won gauntlet match to become NWA U.S. tag team champions, Jordan Kage won six-way over Anthony Henry, Jimmy Rave, Ali Shabazz, Chase Owens and Jason Kincaid to win the Smoky Mountain Cup.
Joe Dombrowski is booking Jim Cornette in the field of DVD commentary for live events, VOD, analysis or any other project at JoeDombrowskiPR@gmail.com. He’s also booking Shane Douglas and former WWE announcer Jack Korpela for similar roles.
Northeast Wrestling results from Saturday night in Bethany, CT: TK O’Ryan b Frankie Arion, Wrecking Ball Legursk b Bull Dredd, Randy Shawn NC Dan Da Man, Cam Zagami b Anthony Greene, Brian Anthony b Vinny Marseglia, JT Dunn b Travis Air Gordon, Mark Sherman & Scottie Slade b Chris & Anthony Battle in a tag title match, War King Hanson (ROH) b Mike Bennett to retain the NEW title, Jimmy Preston b Lukas Sharp. Marseglia & Arion attacked the tag champs to set up a future title match. Next show is 5/7 in Waterbury, CT with Hanson vs. Ron Zombie for the NEW title, TK O’Ryan vs. Dijak and Matt Hardy vs. Brian Anthony (thanks to Troy Cummings)
4/23 ECWA Super 8 tournament in Woodbury Heights, NJ
4/23 Maryland Championship Wrestling
4/30 Pro Wrestling in Santa Cruz, CA
5/6 Evolve in Baltimore
5/6 AAW in Merrionette Park, IL, featuring Sami Callihan vs. Ciampa, Pentagon Jr. vs. Fenix, Michael Elgin vs. Matt Cage, Moose, Silas Young, AR Fox, Donovan Dijak, Kimber Lee, and tons more.
5/6 Dem Great North Wrestling in Ottawa, Canada
5/7 Evolve in Queens at La Boom
5/8 Ring of Honor and New Japan Pro-Wrestling present Global Wars, live on PPV, Sat Frontier Fieldhouse, 9807 Sayre Ave, Chicago Ridge, IL 60415
5/9 Ring of Honor and New Japan Pro-Wrestling present War of the Worlds Tour, at Ford Community & Performing Arts Center 15801 Michigan Avenue, Dearborn, MI 48126
Today in professional wrestling history: Jumbo Tsuruta unifies titles to become first AJPW Triple Crown Champion
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