Wrestle Talk: Latest Wrestling News
I hope everyone had a great week! Let’s dive right into the news!
So, as many of you have seen this past year with the return of Triple HHH as Chief Content Officer for World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE), he has brought back many superstars that were previously released during the Vince McMahon regime. Now, we are hearing that he is interested in bringing back former NXT Star Tegan Nox, who was released in the fall of 2021 due to “budgetary cuts.” She is known within the WWE as a good in-ring worker and are very interested in bringing her back.
All Elite Wrestling (AEW) has recently signed two big talents to their full-time roster. The first is former New Japan Pro Wrestling (NJPW) Superstar Juice Robinson who spent the last seven years working for NJPW. According to Juice, “He is no longer representing New Japan Pro Wrestling” and “he will be working for All Elite Wrestling going forward. The second wrestler to be signed to AEW is International Pro Wrestling Superstar Bandido, who himself is a former Ring of Honor World Heavyweight Champion. ROH is currently owned by Tony Khan who is also the owner of AEW. Bandido has stated that “He is looking forward to working with AEW.” We look forward to seeing what’s in store for both wrestlers in AEW!
Staying with All Elite Wrestling, it has been reported that their TV show “AEW Rampage” recorded its lowest viewership with only 378,000 views. The last time an AEW televised show had lower than 400,000 views was in July 2021. Now, AEW Rampage wasn’t the only wrestling show to see a considerable decrease, as WWE Smackdown also recorded its lowest rating to date of 835,000 views that a sharp drop from it’s usually 1.5 to 2 million views. This leaves us to question what’s going on? Are the fans growing tired of the current content both shows are putting out? Whatever the reason, it appears that AEW and the WWE have some regrouping to do. I’ll offer both promotions some advice, “Listen to what the fans want.” That always seems to work!
Now, to all you Wrestle Talk fans who keep asking me where I will be wrestling live. Well, I’ll be in our backyard this Saturday, November 5, at the Far Rockaway Community Center located in Ocean Bay Cornerstone 57-10 Beach Channel Drive. Belltime is 2 p.m. and I look forward to seeing you, this Saturday afternoon for a great day of wrestling.
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