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Jungle Boy Gives His Take On JR Altering His Name On Commentary

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During a recent interview with Ryan Satin of Pro Wrestling Sheet, popular AEW star Jungle Boy, discussed how he feels regarding JR’s commentary of his name.

During matches, the WWE Hall Of Famer has been calling him “Jungle Boy Jack Perry,” which references the fact he is the son of the late actor, Luke Perry. This is something that has caused a little controversy lately, with some fans complaining about it on social media.


This led to JR addressing the situation on his latest podcast, admitting that he sees Jungle Boy as Jack Perry’s alias like the Texas Rattlesnake was Steve Austin’s.

During the interview with Satin, Jungle Boy discussed the situation, admitting that earlier in his career he might have minded, but he is just happy to have JR calling his matches.

“Things are a bit different now than when I first kinda started it. I feel like I got here, at least, on my own merits,” he began. “For me, honestly, to even hear Jim Ross say my name is cool. That’s the voice of wrestling to me.”

He continued, “If that had happened at an earlier age and it were someone else, I probably would have said ‘Can you not do that?’ But I’m not gonna say that to Jim. If that’s what it sounds like to him, that’s cool with me.”

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STF Underground Ep. 89 – Hard To Kill Predictions, AEW 2020 Awards Picks, The Difference Between Goldberg & Sting’s Returns

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Welcome to another episode of STF Underground! In this episode, we discuss:

  • Could The Undisputed Era Be RAW Bound?
  • MSK’s Debut
  • The AEW Awards 2020
  • The Inner Circle’s Fall From Grace
  • Impact Wrestling Hard To Kill Predictions
  • & Much More!

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1/13 AEW Dynamite & WWE NXT Viewership & Ratings Info; Impeachment News Dominates Cable

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AEW Dynamite WWE NXT Ratings

Numbers are in for the Wednesday Night Wars.

AEW Dynamite on January 13 was watched by 762,000 viewers, up 15% from week one of New Year’s Smash. The show drew a 0.30 rating in the target 18-49 demographic, up from 0.25 last week, which was Dynamite’s lowest rating since June 2020.


WWE NXT was watched by 551,000 viewers, down 14% from the NXT New Year’s Evil special. The show drew a 0.14 rating in the target demo, down from 0.16 last week.

There is really no interpreting this week’s key numbers, as mainstream news coverage of President Donald Trump’s second impeachment dominated the evening. CNN and MSNBC took all of the top 15 spots on cable Wednesday night. AEW Dynamite fell all the way to #31 and WWE NXT was #70.

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Serena Deeb Reveals She’d Love To Take On A Player-Coach Role For AEW

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The current NWA Women’s Champion, Serena Deeb has revealed she is interested in possibly becoming a player-coach for AEW.

Deeb has been a big part of AEW’s product lately, putting on some great matches in the ring. But when speaking to Wrestling Steel Chair, Deeb made it clear she’d be interested in extending her role to include some coaching, which she has a history of doing with WWE.


“Absolutely, that has been discussed, and it’s something that I feel great about,” replied Deeb when asked if she had discussed coaching in AEW with Tony Khan. “I love coaching, and I love helping. I’ve always thought, even in my time coaching at WWE, before this, it would be really cool and really powerful to take on a player-coach role where I’m able to wrestle and get in the ring, do that part of it while also helping out a little bit more behind the scenes and kind of helping scout for women that are out there that might not have been seen yet. I think taking on that role especially when independent shows start running again, pending the whole COVID situation. I’m hoping that I can step into a little bit more of that player-coach role, and I can continue contributing in that way. To touch on your point, that is something that I’m really interested in doing, and I think the feeling is mutual from AEW. The women’s division is in a really amazing growth period right now, where the women are stepping up, and there are more women coming in, and there are hungry women who are working really hard to improve. I would love for my matches and my ring work to just help accelerate that process.” (H/T to Fightful.com for the transcriptions.)

Deeb was in action on AEW Dynamite this week where she successfully defended her NWA Women’s Championship in an impressive encounter with Tay Conti.

 

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