Chris Jericho went off the record with Loudwire! Check out the interesting interview down below.
Ric Flair announced exclusively to TMZ that he has signed a deal with Adidas. According to the video, Flair will be getting his own shoe. He’s not sure who is going to design the shoe, but he would love Kanye West to do it.
Flair said that when people walk into arenas wearing his Adidas shoe, fans will “Wooo” instead of being in “Awh”.
Watch Ric Flair Announce His Deal With Adidas:
Since CM Punk walked out of the WWE on that fateful Monday Night in January 2014, wrestling fans have been foaming at the mouth for the possible return of the Best In The World. In fact, when Cody Rhodes announced that he and the Young Bucks would be doing an event in 2018, CM Punk’s name was at the top of the list of people who should be at that show. I have four reasons why Punk should wrestle for AEW. For MultiMediaMouth.com, my name is Ruben Jay. Be sure to like and share this video with your Wrestling friends and subscribe to this channel for more content like this.
In 2011, CM Punk became the sole reason why I tuned into WWE every week. He was on track to become the top guy in WWE, and if done right, he could have been the new Stone Cold Steve Austin. Unfortunately for us, WWE dropped the ball. Reason number four that Punk should be in AEW is simple: Punk can finally put his name value to work.
If CM punk were to join AEW and on the debut of AEW on TNT, wrestling fans were to tune into the show in the million plus number, Punk would be able to say that he was the draw. In a sense, he would be responsible for what Chris Jericho’s character claims to have done so far. Punk gone on to say that he felt like he should have been a major player in WWE — and by many accounts he was, but he was never the “main event player”.
In WWE, Punk was always in the shadows of John Cena. In a sense, Punk was to Cena as Triple H was to Rock and Austin. In AEW, there would be no John Cena and Punk would be able to be the man.
Reason number three, creative freedom. In Jon Moxley’s interview with Wade Keller of PWTorch, Moxley mentioned that in AEW, the creative process was much quicker and free-flowing for the wrestlers and producers. CM Punk was extremely unhappy with the creative process in WWE. AEW allowing the wrestlers and producers to be creative on the whim, Punk would be able to be the edgy character that he wanted to be.
Punk seems to have a great mind for the business so it would make sense that he would be able to come up with ideas and execute them on the shows.
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Reason number two, legitimizing AEW. Currently, AEW has a small top tier of stars made up of Chris Jericho, Kenny Omega, Jon Moxley and Cody Rhodes with Hangman Adam Page in the process of being made. Bringing CM Punk into the mix would really legitimize AEW. The fact that AEWs main-event singles roster is really just four names, adding Punk to the roster would make the top tier just that much more special. Having a former Ring of Honor, ECW, and WWE World Champion on your roster is a huge get. Punk in a legit main eventer. AEW needs a few more of those.
And the number one reason why CM Punk should wrestle for AEW: Creating the next stage of stars. Punk can come into AEW, work the TVs and big events and help make new stars. Imagine Adam Page being able to beat CM PUNK clean. Punk coming into the fold, getting built up, and losing to someone like Page would legitimize Page. Whether Page becomes the first ever AEW world champion or not would not matter. Beating someone like CM Punk can be a crowning moment for Page.
CM Punk is the biggest name on the free agency. If I were in charge of AEW’s talent relations department, I would make a big play for Punk.
What do you think of the possibility of CM Punk signing with AEW? Leave a comment below!
With All Elite Wrestling presenting ALL OUT this weekend, what do you think the chance of CM Punk making an appearance on the show is?
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PWInsider and Deadline are reporting that WWE Superstar and former WWE Women’s Champion, Ronda Rousey, is joining the cast of FOX’s 9-11. She will be a recurring character on the program.
Rousey hasn’t been on WWE TV since WrestleMania in April will play Lena Bosko “a stoic and fearless member of the Los Angeles Fire Department Station 136 who leaps into action to save lives when a disaster hits”, according to Deadline.
According to PWInsider, this is the first of many possibilities with WWE Superstars appearing on FOX properties.
Stone Cold Steve Austin is a six-time WWF World Heavyweight Champion and WWE Hall of Famer. You can catch him on the award-winning podcast The Steve Austin Show. And, he’s also got a new TV show, Straight Up Steve Austin, airing Mondays at 11/10c after Monday Night RAW on the USA Network. But how is he with spicy food? Find out as the Texas Rattlesnake body slams wings and discusses his iconic wrestling career, gives props to The Rock’s mic skills, and tells war stories from his years on the road. Thank you for another amazing season, spice lords!
During an interview with Chris Van Vliet, Matt and Nick Jackson commented on what their plans were if AEW wasn’t an option.
Van Vliet asked if they had planned on launching their own promotion and the duo said yes. Matt said “it came down to WWE or starting our own thing…we were probably going to start our own thing…it was me, Nick and Kenny and we looked at each other and said ‘It looks like we’re all going to WWE’ and then Tony came to us at the right time”.
One has to wonder what their promotion may have been called… would Tony have eventually gotten involved? Check out the entire interview below.
The Young Bucks on Chris Van Vliet
Looks like WWE got an extra 200,000 people to tune into Monday Night RAW to see what Paul Heyman may have done.
According to PWInsider, The 7/1 edition of Raw brought in 2,496,000 overnight viewers, up from last week’s 2,275,000 overnight viewers.
With all of WWE Champion Kofi Kingston’s days as champion, he has now joined an elite club of people. Kingston is celebrating 1500 days as a champion in the WWE, joining Hulk Hogan, The Miz, and John Cena.
“No matter how you look at it, that’s an impressive group to be counted among: Two Hall of Famers, a 16-time World Champion, and a fellow Grand Slam Champion. Congratulations once again to your W. W. E. World. Heavy. Weight. Champion,” a WWE Press Release for Kofi’s accomplishment reads.
The world wants CM Punk to wrestle for All Elite Wrestling, the company launched by Tony Khan, Cody Rhodes, The Young Bucks, and Kenny Omega. However, it doesn’t look likely for Punk to be seen in an AEW ring any time soon.
A user on Twitter asked Punk is he would “Disappoint all [Punk’s] his fans by not showing up to AEW”. Punk replied with a simple “Yes”.
See the exchange here:
— CM Puck🏒 (@CMPunk) June 13, 2019
Punk hasn’t been seen in a wrestling ring since he walked out of WWE in January of 2014.
Last week, Ric Flair went on a huge rampage against his former manager. On the now deleted Youtube Video, Flair accused Melinda Morris Zanoni, his former manager, of stealing his money and letting his trademarks almost lapse. Zanoni has since responded with a lawsuit.
Legacy’s official statement reads:
“Today we have taken the first step and filed a Civil Lawsuit against Richard M. Fliehr a/k/a as Ric Flair and certain unnamed (for now) defendants for defamation per se and look forward to proving the falsity of every wrongful allegation contained in his video that was posted on YouTube on June 3, 2019. Ric Flair having taken down the video is not enough.
We will vigorously use the court system to protect our good names and reputations, and obtain damages due to Ric Flair’s defamatory comments contained in the video. We intend to amend the lawsuit to include all involved parties and hold all involved accountable.
We completely stand behind our client’s well known reputation for truthfulness, professionalism, honor, and integrity.”