The Wrestling Roundup is here to bring you all the news and rumors you need to know in one place.
Moxley Out, PAC In, at All Out
Due to injury, Jon Moxley will not be at AEW All Out on August 31st. He was scheduled to face Kenny Omega in singles action. Moxley took to Twitter on the weekend to explain that he is out with an elbow injury and has to undergo surgery. He is expected to be back in time for AEW’s debut on TNT in October.
I'm absolutely gutted to have to deliver this news but I'd rather it come directly from me. In a nightmare scenario, a serious case of MRSA has returned in my elbow. The timing couldn't be worse. In this circumstance I am forced to pull out of the fight 8/31 vs Omega at All Out .
— Jon Moxley (@JonMoxley) August 23, 2019
AEW was quick to announce Moxley’s replacement for All Out, and it’s a good one. PAC, formerly known as Neville in WWE, will face Omega on August 31st. PAC had been scheduled for AEW’s first show, Double or Nothing, but had to pull out. On that event he was scheduled to face Adam Page. Now, PAC will make his AEW debut against one of the company’s Executive Vice-Presidents in Omega.
— All Elite Wrestling (@AEWrestling) August 23, 2019
Latest Wrestling News
- Crossbody of Work Episode 7: Dustin Rhodes
- Wrestling Roundup: March 28, 2020
- Wrestling Roundup: March 26, 2020
- Opinion: Closing the Door on Chris Benoit
- Wrestling Roundup: March 25, 2020
Super J Cup Winner
For the first time since 2016, NJPW has crowned a Super J Cup winner. In the finals on Sunday night, El Phantasmo defeated Dragon Lee in the finals to win the Super J Cup. The cup was a three-day tournament pitting the best junior heavyweights against each other.
— Mikey (@itchyyypanda) August 26, 2019
Latest From FPC on SportsCastr
In the semi-finals, El Phantasmo defeated Will Ospreay, and Dragon Lee defeated Caristico. El Phantasmo will now team with Taiji Ishimori against Ospreay and Robbie Eagles on Saturday at NJPW Royal Quest.
Ken Shamrock Coming to Impact
The “World’s Most Dangerous Man” is coming to Impact. Ken Shamrock is returning to Impact according to tweets from himself and the company.
.@moosenation69 #noballs huh? Well according to your #bosses I’ll see you in Vegas! @impactwrestling it’s #moose #hunting season and The Worlds Most Dangerous Man has his next #victim #godfatherofmma #legend #prowrestling #valorbk #bareknuckle pic.twitter.com/xY1SwBfbmr
— KEN SHAMROCK (@ShamrockKen) August 24, 2019
Shamrock has been beefing with Moose over social media, leading to Shamrock’s return. Back in 2002, Shamrock was the first champion for NWA-TNA, and now he is making his return. It is unknown if the return for Shamrock is a long-term decision or a one-off. At 55 years old, a short return would seem likely. Get caught up on their feud here:
— IMPACT (@IMPACTWRESTLING) August 25, 2019
The G.O.A.T is in the Building; Mike D'Abate Joins the Showby Full Press Coverage on March 21, 2020 at 11:52 pm
On the first episode of the Full Press Buccaneers Podcast, host Ian […]
Ep 27: Bizarro Bruins Mt. Rushmore; Trade Deadline Talkby Full Press Coverage on February 26, 2020 at 3:42 am
On this episode, Ian and Chris discuss the potential moves now OFF the […]