Monday, March 19, 2018

Wrestling For The Culture: March 18th

Mark Henry Is WWE Hall of Fame Bound

Congratulations to former World Heavyweight Champion, Mark Henry.  In WWE's official WrestleMania magazine, there is an interview published with the World's Strongest Man about his career and what it meant to be in the Hall of Fame. Henry has been with the company since 1996 but his biggest moment came in 2011 when he defeated Randy Orton for the World Heavyweight Championship at Night of Champions. This was during the era of the Hall of Pain. The Hall of Pain is where Henry was taking out of all his opponents and leaving them on the shelf for weeks at a time. It is only right that he take his rightful place in the Hall of Fame.

The New Day Celebrate WrestleMania Returning to New Jersey

The New Day were among many who represented the WWE in New Jersey when the company announced they would be bringing WrestleMania back to Metlife Stadium.  WrestleMania 35 will be held on April 7, 2019.

Cedric is Going to WrestleMania

Cedric Alexander defeated Roderick Strong to advance to the finals of the Cruiserweight Championship tournament. He awaits the winner of the matchup between Moustafa Ali and Drew Gulak.

Street Profits Advance in Dusty Classic

Street Profits, Montez Ford and Angelo Dawkins, defeated Heavy Machinery to advance in the Dusty Rhodes Classic. The winner of the tournament will win the NXT Tag Team Championship. As if Heavy Machinery wasn't tough, they will take on the Authors of Pain in the next round.

Shane Strickland Adds More Gold to the Collection

This weekend, Shane Strickland won the PCW Light Heavyweight Championship. Strickland is currently the Defy Champion.

Ariela Nyx Wins Her First Championship

Congratulations to Ariela Nyx on winning her first championship. Nyx defeated Terra Calaway to become the new Prime Time BBWF Women's Champion.

The Dot Mob Fight Team Continues to Spread Black Magic!

Prime Time Dontae Smiley and Ty Wilson add more gold became the new Texoma Tag Team Champions.

Chaos Surrounds the WCF Hardcore Championship. 

Riley James won the Hardcore Championship earlier in the afternoon, but Supreme regained the title before the end of the night.

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Be sure to check out last week's edition, Break It Down with Brian H.

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