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Mia Khalifa Loves Pro Wrestling; Hurricane Helms Gets Worked

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Mia Khalifa, who made wrestling news a few weeks ago when she trashed Ronda Rousey and her professional aspirations, contributed to The Chairshot’s most read article by accepting an invitation to attend January 19’s Sabotage Wrestling event in Austin, Texas.

Well already a master of self-promotion, Khalifa was back at it when she tweeted about the upcoming appearance.

Spelling mistake aside, Mia’s tweet takes a direct shot at wrestling, a clear indication that she will have some involvement on the 19th. Need more proof that she’ll get involved? Look at the bearded man on the poster. That’s right, none other than the master of self-promotion himself, Joey Ryan.

Joey Ryan is no stranger to getting non-wrestlers involved, getting Macaulay Culkin involved with Hornswoggle at Bar Wrestling in December. If you don’t think he’s got a plan, you don’t know Joey Ryan.

But it gets better, because former WWE/WWF/WCW Cruiserweight star Hurricane Helms reacted to Mia Khalifa and her recent tweet, and wasn’t too kind to Thunder Rosa for inviting her to the show.

Way to get worked, bro.

Sean Waltman also chimes in. And even though he doesn’t approve, he obviously knows what’s up–he ain’t getting worked.

To her credit, Thunder Rosa (Kobra Moon on El Rey Network’s Lucha Underground, a show The Hurricane obviously doesn’t watch) handles the backhanded comment in a perfect way.

If you are anywhere near Austin, Texas on January 19, get to this show. You won’t regret it.


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TakeOver Results: NXT North American Championship

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While the crowd was still buzzing over the appearance of Matt Riddle (check that out here), it was time for our next title match at NXT TakeOver: Brooklyn IV.

After Roderick Strong and Kyle O’Reilly successfully retained the NXT Tag Team Titles in the opening contest (read about that here), Adam Cole looked to keep another piece of gold in The Undisputed Era as Ricochet challenged for the NXT North American Championship. Cole looked to keep the pace slow to begin, grounding the high-flyer with a series of grapples and holds. ‘The One And Only’ showed he was more than just an aerial artist though, saving his gravity defying tactics before pulling them out to keep Cole off-balance.

Ricochet finally got caught however, looking for a springboard moonsault and getting clocked with a superkick in mid-air. Cole would follow with a suplex into a neckbreaker that shockingly didn’t put ‘The One And Only’ away and from that point on, the match was very back-and-forth with both guys hitting big maneuvers. Cole would attempt the running knee to polish him off, but got caught himself and the challenger ascended to the top turnbuckle for the 630 Splash. The champion wisely would roll to the apron thinking he was safe, but instead got dumped to the floor by a leaping hurricanrana.

After tossing Cole back inside, ‘The One And Only’ would go back upstairs and score with the 630 Splash to procure the championship.

 

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WWE News: Matt Riddle Appears At NXT TakeOver: Brooklyn

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For weeks now, it’s been widely speculated and believed that top independent star Matt Riddle was on his way to the WWE with many feeling that he would make an appearance at NXT TakeOver: Brooklyn IV.

Recently, Combat Zone Wrestling advertised Riddle for a July 28th show, calling it one of his final appearances before heading to the WWE (read about that here). Tonight following the match between EC3 and The Velveteen Dream, that speculation was confirmed as ‘The King Of Bros’ appeared on-screen wearing a suit and sitting ringside at the Barclays Center for TakeOver: Brooklyn:

 

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TakeOver Results: Velveteen Dream vs. EC3

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Following a tremendous opening contest for the NXT Tag Team Championships tonight at TakeOver: Brooklyn IV, next up was a match about respect and ego as The Velveteen Dream went one-on-one with EC3.

The Velveteen Dream looked to do what he does best early with mind games, unfortunately for him, EC3 wasn’t having any of it. ‘The Top One Percent’ utilized his power advantage early on and really began dominating the charismatic Velveteen Dream. The fight would go to the outside and this is where The Dream would turn the tables, spiking EC3 on the ramp with a twisting DDT.

Velveteen would begin hitting EC3 with every bit of offense in his arsenal, then became a little too arrogant and dumped a bottle of water on him, which seemed to wake up ‘The Top One Percent’ instead of insult him. A shot to the throat by The Dream managed to stop the onslaught briefly, but when he went upstairs for the Purple Rainmaker, instead he was tossed to the canvas and planted by a powerbomb that almost finished it.

EC3 would set Velveteen up for the Top One Percenter on the apron, but The Dream would slip away and come right back with a superkick. Giving EC3 a piece of his own medicine, a Dream Valley Driver on the apron, followed by an apron Purple Rainmaker finally gave Velveteen the victory.

 

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