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Former WWE Superstar’s Daughter Makes Pro Wrestling Debut



Back in 2014, a third serious neck injury forced WWE Superstar Santino Marella into retirement at the age of 40 and then when he was released by the company in 2016, he found ways to keep himself busy.

Real name Anthony Carelli, Santino spent a majority of his time in his Battle Arts Academy training facility in Ontario, Canada where athletes train in mixed martial arts and professional wrestling, but also scored a gig as an analyst on television as a member of the Sportsnet 360 panel. His daugther, Bianca Carelli, a former Miss Teen Ontario who looked to follow in her father’s footsteps has been training with Tyson Dux (who you may remember from the Cruiserweight Classic).

The 22-year old Bianca made her in-ring debut this past Saturday for Battle Arts Professional Wrestling:

Santino would also offer up the following advice:


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WWE News: RAW Rating Increases Again, Takes Top 3 Spots In Rankings (1/14/19)



The ratings are in for last night’s WWE RAW!

After a couple of weeks where Monday Night RAW fell on the eve of holidays and gave the WWE Universe two pre-taped episodes that scored low ratings, last week the red brand saw a big increase up against the College Football National Championship (see last week’s ratings here).

The numbers for last night’s RAW have been released and with no tough competition this week, we have another increase to a 2.722, up 17.1% from last week and up 38.3% over the last two. Here’s how the last four weeks of ratings look for Monday Night RAW:

  • December 24th: 1.775
  • December 31st: 1.968
  • January 7th: 2.324
  • January 14th: 2.722

As for the Cable Top 150 Rankings for the 18-49 demographic, the aforementioned College Football National Championship knocked the red brand entirely out of the top five, which is an unusual circumstance. This week is a start contrast, as RAW occupies the top three spots. Here is this week’s top five:

  1. Monday Night RAW (9PM) – USA Network – 0.93
  2. Monday Night RAW (10PM) – USA Network – 0.91
  3. Monday Night RAW (8PM) – USA Network – 0.90
  4. Love & Hip Hop – VH1 – 0.74
  5. NCAA Basketball Duke/Clemson – ESPN – 0.71

EA’s Take: What a difference a week can make, especially when you’re not up against the most watched College Football game of the entire season. The funny thing is with regards to the rankings, RAW moves up tremendously while posting nearly identical shares of the demographic as they had last week. So while some people tried to tell me that an 18% increase in their audience and nearly a 1 share of the 18-49 wasn’t a victory for WWE, I think any logical person will tell you that’s just absurd. I was also told that scoring a rating in the 2’s isn’t a big deal, but only eleven shows last night in the top fifty pulled it off.

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MLW News: New Main Event For MLW’s WrestleMania Week Event, Rush Pulled



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MLW alters their lineup for April 4th!

With the breaking news this afternoon that CMLL’s Rush has signed an exclusive deal with Ring Of Honor (more on that here), that put Major League Wrestling in an awkward spot.

On April 4th during WrestleMania week in New York City, MLW will be among the many promotions in town as they head to the Melrose Ballroom in Queens. Previously, the main event had been announced as LA Park vs. Rush, but MLW has now issued the following on their new main event. According to MLW, Rush had to be pulled from the event at the “insistence of a third party”, which is obviously in reference to Ring Of Honor:

Rush pulled from April 4th card; LA Park vs. Pentagon Jr. to now headline event

NEW YORK – With great reluctance Rush has been forced to withdraw from his April 4th match against LA Park.

Despite efforts by MLW Rush was pulled due to the insistence of a third party promoter.

“This is a match and organization Rush wanted to be a part of but sometimes politics get in the way and that’s what this comes down to: politics,” said MLW CEO Court Bauer.

Pentagon Jr. vs. LA Park II Signed for April 4th in New York City
MLW matchmakers moved quickly to reshape the April 4th card with a big bout for a global stage. That bout will be a rematch of an encounter voted on by fans as the match of the year for the promotion: Pentagón vs. Jr. LA Park

Two eras of greatness in lucha libre will collide as the face of death – the legendary hall of famer LA Park clashes against the man without fear Pentagón Jr in the sequel to one of MLW’s most wild brawls ever.

Pentagón Jr. vs. LA Park II will now serve as one of two main events for the April 4th card at the Melrose Ballroom in Queens, NY.  

The April 4th card now also has an official title: MLW: Rise of the Renegades.

Tickets start at just $20 at MLWTickets.comfor this card.  This a fan appreciate ticket available for $30 that enables fans GA access to both the April 4th and April 5th cards (that’s $15 a night!).

More matches will be announced in the weeks and months to come.

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Signed thus far for MLW Rise of the Renegades in New York:

LA Park vs. Pentagón Jr.
Low Ki • The Hart Foundation • Rey Fenix • “Filthy” Tom Lawlor • Gringo Loco • Konnan • Ricky Martinez • Ace Romero • And more!

More matches and wrestlers will be announced at
Tickets start at $20 at  Tickets will also be available day of show at the box office unless the event sales out in advance.

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