Wrestling Roundup: September 9, 2019

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The Wrestling Roundup is here to bring you all the news and rumors you need to know in one place.

AEW Full Gear Card Taking Shape

All Elite Wrestling’s next pay-per-view is Full Gear on Saturday, November 9th. Taking place in Baltimore, two matches have been announced for the show. The (now found) AEW Championship will be defended when Chris Jericho faces his first challenger, Cody. 

The other announced match is one we were close to seeing once before. Kenny Omega will face Jon Moxley in a match that was meant to be at All Out. Moxley pulled out due to injury and was replaced by PAC.

Announced For Raw Tonight

Raw returns to Madison Square Garden for the first time in a decade tonight. The show will feature “Stone Cold” Steve Austin, and a few other segments have been announced. 

  • Stone Cold will oversee Braun Strowman and Seth Rollins’ contract signing for Clash of Champions
  • Becky Lynch and Charlotte will team to face Sasha Banks and newly-heel Bayley
  • Raw’s King of the Ring triple threat finals
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RevPro Referee Retires Due To In-Ring Injury

British wrestling referee Aaren Wilde has been forced to retire due to injuries sustained in a non-planned attack during a RevPro show. Wilde was attacked after a match on August 30th by Sha Samuels and Josh Bodom. On Saturday, Wilde explained in a Twitter thread how he must retire due to injuries sustained:

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In light of the attack, RevPro issued a statement. They also stripped Samuels and Bodom of the Undisputed British Tag Team Championships and “severed ties” with Bodom. The full statement is here:

A full, more detailed account of the entire event can be read on Fightful here.

New NWA Tag Team Champions Crowned

At Ring of Honor Global Wars on Saturday, new NWA Tag Team Champions were crowned. Royce Isaacs and Thomas Latimer (f.k.a. Bram) won the titles from PCO & Brody King (h/t WrestlingInc). The move makes sense with ROH and NWA severing their relationship in July.

– Evan Gomes is the Managing Editor of Pro Wrestling for Full Press Coverage. Like and follow on and Facebook.

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