LOL!! That was funny.
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Posted 29 October 2013 - 23:44
Posted 29 October 2013 - 23:57
Is it me or did they just write off Daniel Bryan after Cena came back?
Posted 30 October 2013 - 09:33
Posted 30 October 2013 - 10:34
Speaking of which...
AJ Styles will reportedly be defending the TNA World Heavyweight Championship for AAA's November 3rd event. AAA booker Dorian Rolden announced that Styles came to them about wrestling for the upcoming event.The show is taking place at El Domo del Parque Solidaridad, Tonalá, Jalisco, Mexico. An opponent for AJ Styles should be announced soon.
See, WWE? That is how you do that storyline! Styles is reportedly heading to Japan too to defend the title in Keiji Mutoh's new promotion Wrestle-1.
And some good news for TNA...
Dave Meltzer is reporting that Eric Bischoff is all but gone from TNA, in terms of involvement and power within the company. Meltzer revealed on his Wrestling Observer radio show this week that Bischoff remains under contract with the company and will continue getting paid until it expires early next year, but that's where their relationship ends.Additionally, Meltzer says that there's many people within TNA that are glad Bischoff is done with the company.
"He wasn't at the PPV..wasn't at the last TV..won't be around," Meltzer stated. "A lot of people are really happy on that one. Eric was never very well liked…Eric was very lucky that he had some very smart people propping him up in the WCW Days and those people aren't there now, and he got exposed on this run real bad."
WrestleZone reached out to Eric Bischoff directly for comment, but have yet to receive a response at the time of this writing being published. We'll keep you updated as more information becomes available.
Hogan's also been removed from TNA's roster page, so for now, the wish is reality: Hogan and Bischoff are gone from TNA!
Posted 30 October 2013 - 18:52
According to PWInsider.com, Paul Heyman's WWE TV status is currently in question as WWE decided to end his feud with CM Punk at Hell in a Cell this past Sunday. Original creative plans called for the feud to continue into December, but the decision was made to end it early, and there is doubt as to whether or not Heyman will continue to work alongside Ryback.Reports surfaced last week that backstage heat on Ryback might be the reason why Heyman and Ryback are no longer being paired up, however WZ exclusively reported earlier this week the backstage heat on Ryback appears to be fabricated by someone close to the situation. Although he was backstage at Raw this week, it's being said at this time that Paul Heyman might not be back on WWE TV until Brock Lesnar returns.