Sunday, June 3, 2018

Wrestling For The Culture: June 3rd

Eric Bischoff Puts over the Wrestling Wrealm!

If you have been paying attention to Twitter really heavy, you may have noticed that Conrad Thompson has been talking about DX vs the NWO. Well, there was a time when Eric Bischoff produced a public service announcement. Fast forward two decades later, the Wrestling Wrealm paid homage by doing our version. And once tweeting the video to Eazy-E, he gave it the stamp of approval. If you haven't seen the video yet, what are you waiting for?

Bobby Lashley Has an Opponent for Money in the Bank

After the worse segment in recent Raw history, it is official, Bobby Lashley will take on Sami Zayn at Money in the Bank. I have said that I believe Zayn made the best out of the worse situation, click the tweet about to listen.

Cedric Alexander Retains!

Cedric Alexander and Buddy Murphy may have had the best match in the WWE this past week, and it was Alexander who retained his Cruiserweight Title this past week on 205 Live.

Jay Lethal Update on Recent Injury

Jay Lethal recently gave an update on his injury. Click the link about to listen.

The next day I felt fine, but it was Ring of Honor who said listen, we wanna make sure 100% that you’re okay, so you need to take some time off because we need you at 100% seeing as our UK trip is coming up. Thank goodness they’re looking out for me, right?
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Ricochet Breaks the Internet

Words cannot describe, so just watch the video.

Nia Jax Shows out in Dance Contest

The Raw Women's Champion stood out and proved how she is an irresistible force.

Dezmond Xavier Responds to Critics

In a recent interview, Dezmond Xavier had the following to say about those who hate "flippy" wrestlers:
I take it as something similar to how players feel about basketball these days. You know how the three ball is kind of the primary way of scoring. A lot of guys are more high flyers now. That is really just attributed to the athleticism guys have nowadays days. 

Thunder Rosa Women of Honor Debut

Business is picking up in the women's division at Ring of Honor as Thunder Rosa will make her debut in two weeks. Rosa wrestled in Lucha Underground and is a former Southern California Women's Wrestler of the Year. She will take on Tenille Dashwood, formerly known as Emma.

Mia Yim Continues to Shine

Last week it was Keith Lee, this week it's Matt Riddle. Mia Yim and Riddle tore the house down at Smash Wrestling.

Afa Jr Shows up in Ring of Honor 

Afa Jr, formerly known as Manu in the WWE, wrestled at Ring of Honor this past weekend. Since leaving the WWE in 2009, he has won many titles on the independent circuit including the WXW Ultimate Heavyweight Championship twice.

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