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News On Kenny Omega’s Status for ROH MSG Event, Okada Signing Set for ‘All In’ Weekend, David Arquette’s Ring Return

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As noted, ROH and NJPW have announced the company will be holding a joint G1 Supercard event at Madison Square Garden on April 6th, 2019, and confirmed for the show are Kazuchika Okada, Hiroshi Tanahashi, and Tetsuya Naito.

A fan recently asked Dave Meltzer on Twitter why Kenny Omega has not been announced for the event, and Meltzer noted Omega’s NJPW contract expires on January 31st of next year, and as of now it appears unknown if Omega will re-sign:


Okada Signing Set for ‘All In’ Weekend

Pro Wrestling Tees has Tweeted the following:

David Arquette’s Ring Return

The following press release has been issued:

DAVID ARQUETTE RETURNING TO THE RING

July 9, 2018 (Hollywood, CA) – 18 years ago actor David Arquette (@DavidArquette) turned the pro wrestling world upside down when he became the now defunct World Championship Wrestling World Heavyweight Champion. Many in the industry considered Arquette’s involvement the beginning of the end for the Time Warner Co. owned company (WCW sold to WWE 2001) and since then he’s been chastised by pro wresting fans worldwide.

One of his biggest critics is R.J. City (@RJCity1) of Toronto, Canada. The two men have been at each other’s throats on Twitter for the better part of 6 months and earlier this Summer Arquette had enough and challenged City to a match this Sunday July 15th at the Oceanview Pavilion in Port Hueneme, CA.

The match will be hosted and shot for television by Championship Wrestling from Hollywood.

The matches begin at 3PM and admission is free. For more information please visit HollywoodWrestling.com or call 805-986-4818.

In Southern CA CWFH airs Saturday’s at 4PM on KDOC-TV.

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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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Photo Credit: https://twitter.com/IMPACTWRESTLING

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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