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WWE News: NXT Live Event Results From Sanford, Florida (7/12/18)



For the Superstars of WWE’s NXT brand, their weekend begins earlier than the main roster as they hit the road tonight in Sanford, Florida. Fans in attendance not only had the chance for a meet and greet with the likes of Kairi Sane, but were also treated to action from some of NXT’s top stars.

Tonight’s card featured Kassius Ohno, War Raiders, Candice LeRae in tag team action, plus The Undisputed Era in the main event that also featured the return of the Street Profits (Montez Ford had taken time off for his wedding to fellow NXT Superstar Bianca Belair). Below are the results:

  • War Raiders defeated Adrian Jaoude & Cezar Bononi
  • Kassius Ohno defeated Mars, then issues a challenge for some real competition
  • Kassius Ohno defeated Danny Burch
  • Candice LeRae & Jessie defeated Aliyah & Reina Gonzales
  • Chris Dijak defeated Brennan Williams
  • Kairi Sane defeated Taynara Conti
  • Kona Reeves defeated Tucker Knight
  • Wesley Blake defeated Jason
  • The Undisputed Era defeated The Street Profits & Babatunde

Results c/o PWInsider


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ROH News: Jay Lethal Re-Signs With Ring Of Honor



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ROH World Champion Jay Lethal has a new Ring Of Honor contract!

One of the ongoing stories wrestling fans have been following throughout the year is the impending free agency of top stars Cody Rhodes, The Young Bucks, Kenny Omega and Hangman Page, especially as we get closer to their deals expiring (Cody’s already has).

With Cody, The Young Bucks and Page all being top talents for Ring Of Honor that point to being lost, they have now locked down their top titleholder. According to PWInsider, ROH World Champion Jay Lethal has signed a new contract to remain with the promotion, as his current deal would have also expired at the end of 2018. At this time there’s no word on how long the deal is for.

Lethal has spent the last seven years with ROH after a six year stint with TNA/IMPACT Wrestling. The 33-year old is in the midst of his second ROH World Title reign and will defend next against the aforementioned Cody in his final match with the company at Final Battle on December 14th.

Additionally, PWInsider has noted that Ring Of Honor have been diligently working on re-signing a number of stars while also venturing out to find new talents in what’s being called a “seek and sign mode”.

Who do you think Ring Of Honor should bring in? What did you think? Let us know on social media @theCHAIRSHOTcom and always remember to use the hashtag #UseYourHead!

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Update On David Arquette & Marko Stunt After Joey Janela’s LA Confidential



An update on the injuries suffered last night by David Arquette and Marko Stunt!

Last night, GameChanger Wrestling presented Joey Janela’s LA Confidential in Los Angeles, California (see results here), oddly enough without Janela himself who is recovering from knee surgery.

Two performers didn’t come away from last night’s brutal action unscathed as we noted. First, Marko Stunt lost to Eli Everfly via referee stoppage after suffering a leg injury, many believing it was a break of some kind. Since then Marko has updated everybody via Twitter, confirming he suffered a broken leg and is undergoing surgery today:

Additionally, the main event which followed Stunt vs. Everfly, David Arquette took on GCW Champion Nick Gage in a bloody, violent match with the title on the line. During the course of the bout, numerous weapons were used including light tubes and after one spot saw Arquette suffer a cut to his neck, he appeared to briefly shoot on Gage before eventually being pinned for a quick three count (as the tweet says, do not watch if you are bothered by violence or blood):

Arquette would no sell the fall and immediately leave the ring while holding onto his neck, but has also utilized Twitter to provide an update after receiving some stitches. Doesn’t look like he’ll be putting himself into any more hardcore matches anytime soon either:

EA’s Take: I know his WCW run was a total joke, but I actually respect Arquette for his recent wrestling run because it’s not being treated like a joke. Props to the dude for having the gall to actually give it a go now at the age of 47. Especially after seeing that video. That was scary.

Do you think there’s still a place for hardcore wrestling in the mainstream? What did you think? Let us know on social media @theCHAIRSHOTcom and always remember to use the hashtag #UseYourHead!

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