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David Arquette Makes His In-Ring Return (Video), ROH Covers New Day vs Elite E3 Battle, Omega Teases More with New Day

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Former WCW Champion David Arquette made his in-ring return at last night’s Championship Wrestling from Hollywood event and you can watch footage of his return in the video player above.

ROH Covers New Day vs Elite E3 Battle

ROHWrestling.com has published the following regarding The New Day vs The Elite “Street Fighter V” battle which took place at E3 on Thursday.


The rivalry between Kenny Omega and Xavier Woods has escalated to the point in which the dispute can only be settled in a “street fight.” And they’re not coming alone.

The clash pro wrestling fans thought they would never see will take place June 14 when ROH/NJPW stars The Elite (Omega and The Young Bucks) take on WWE stars New Day (Woods, Big E and Kofi Kingston) in a Street Fighter V battle at the E3 2018 video game expo at the Los Angeles Convention Center.

Gamer extraordinaires Omega and Woods have competed against each other twice before. At the annual CEO fighting game championships in 2016, Omega handily defeated Woods in Street Fighter V, but Woods prevailed in the rematch at the 2017 CEO event.

After Omega’s huge victory over Kazuchika Okada for the IWGP Heavyweight Championship at NJPW’s Dominion on June 9, Woods congratulated Omega via Twitter but then vowed to run through him at E3 2018. Woods also intimated that Omega wouldn’t be able to find any friends to team up with him.

Omega responded by tweeting, “For you to assume that I wouldn’t find any friends for E3 is about as silly as your mid-card comedy act partners. Get ready for your first main event, boys.”

The time for talking is over. Let the games begin.

Omega Teases More with New Day

In related news, Kenny Omega Tweeted the following, thanking E3 for hosting his showdown with Xavier Woods and New Day and teased more in the future:

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Vote For The 2020 Ryno Wrestling Review ‘Golden Horn’ Awards (& Enter To Win Some Great Prizes)

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2020 is nearly over (thankfully), so it’s time to reflect on the year-that-was in the world of pro wrestling.  It’s time for the 5th annual Ryno Wrestling Review ‘Golden Horn’ Awards, honoring the best (and worst) of 2020.

This year’s awards will be 100% chosen by YOU, the fans!  Voting is now open at this link.


As an added bonus (and ‘thank you’ to our listeners), we will be giving away a prize pack to one lucky voter.  To register, just add your name and email to your voting form.  Name and email are not required to simply vote, but ARE required for contest entry.  Voting closes January 10th.

Here are just SOME of the great items our winner will receive…

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Tom Lawlor Confirms He Has Tested Positive For COVID-19

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Unfortunately, MLW’s Tom Lawlor has confirmed that he has tested positive for Coronavirus recently, providing an update on his situation.

The former MLW World Heavyweight Champion noted that he has tested positive, but added that he will be undergoing more tests in the future to check on his status. However, for now, Lawlor has pulled out of certain commitments moving forwards to protect himself and others.


It is currently unknown whether or not Lawlor was part of the recent MLW The Restart tapings, which saw three nights of MLW tapings take place with 16 weeks of TV taped.

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15 Names You May Not Have Realized Are Actually Former TNA/Impact Wrestling Champions

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Can you believe that Impact Wrestling has existed in one form or another for over EIGHTEEN years now?

From its origins as a part of the National Wrestling Alliance, broadcasting weekly Total Nonstop Action pay-per-views, to the creation of Impact television and destination events like Lockdown, Slammiversary and Bound for Glory, hundreds of champions have come and gone through the doors of this Little Engine That Could promotion.


Some of those champions are iconic, becoming synonymous with the letters “TNA”. Names like AJ Styles, Samoa Joe, Sting, Kurt Angle, Jeff Jarrett and Christopher Daniels. Others may have flown under the radar entirely.

On the following pages we have put together a list of FIFTEEN names that you may not have realized are actually former Impact Wrestling champions. We’re willing to bet that even the most fervent of fans may be tripped up by a few of these entries, and those new to the Impact product – prepare to have your minds blown.

Editor’s Note: This column was originally written in 2018.

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