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Lots of happenings going on in the world of wrestling, including run-downs of Impact and NWA Powerrr.

Impact Results: Callahan’s Celebration

After a world championship win on Impact’s debut on AXS, Sami Callahan had his World Championship celebration tonight. He took a shot at Chris Jericho’s “bit of the bubbly” by slamming beers with oVe.

Full match results from Tuesday night (h/t WrestlingInc):

  • Moose def. Willie Mack
  • Michael Elgin def. Fallah Bahh
  • Ken Shamrock def. Joey Ryan
  • Taya Valkyrie def. Madison Rayne
  • Petey Williams def. Bhupinder Singh
  • Rich Swann, Daga, Tommy Dreamer & Tessa Blanchard def. oVe

One of the highlights of the show: referee Cam hitting a 450 Splash on Singh after the match:

And of course, Joey Ryan managed to dong-flip Ken Shamrock:

Impact also announced a new pay-per-view: Hard to Kill on January 12, 2020 from Dallas, Texas.

Dave Meltzer & Seth Rollins Twitter Spat

In the always fun world of Wrestling Twitter, WWE Superstar Seth Rollins got into it with wrestling journalist Dave Meltzer about a false report. It was reported on Tuesday that WWE held an all talent meeting on Monday night before Raw. Meltzer reported that Rollins gave a “rah-rah” speech, which Rollins commented on. In a statement to Fightful (h/t CagesideSeats), Rollins said:  

“Vince and Triple H held an all talent meeting to explain the travel situation returning from Crown Jewel. They commended the talent for their conduct in a tough spot and fielded questions and allowed anyone to voice their feelings on the matter. Some talent spoke up and overall it was a productive forum. I said zero words. I made no speech. Pretty simple.”

Rollins also directly responded to Meltzer on Twitter. As always, it’s important to take reporting on wrestling rumors with a grain of salt and double-check them where possible.

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Randy Orton Re-signs With WWE

After teasing a move to an “elite level”, Randy Orton is apparently re-signing with WWE. PWInsider reported that the 39-year-old Orton has re-signed with the only major wrestling company he’s ever known. The former 13-time world champion confirmed on Twitter that he has signed a multi-year deal and will continue to dish out RKOs in a WWE ring for the near future.

New WWE Performance Centre Class

WWE has announced it’s newest set of recruits for the Performance Center. This group consists of three female wrestlers and one referee. The recruits are:

  • Scarlett Bordeaux, known for her time in Impact Wrestling, Ring of Honor and the independent scene
  • Shotzi Blackheart, whose signing we have known since she was presented with a contract at EVOLVE’s 10th Anniversary show last month
  • Indi Hartwell, a 22-year-old Australian who has worked in SHIMMER
  • Stephon Smith, an OVW grad who has been a referee for EVOLVE

Bordeaux and Blackheart are two of the bigger names in the class. Overall the class will continue to bolster NXT’s women’s division when they make it to television.

NWA Powerrr Results: New National Champion!

The exciting NWA Powerr studio show had another jam-packed episode air on Tuesday. Thunder Rosa made her NWA debut, and Colt Cabana picked up some new hardware. Full results from Tuesdays show, via Fightful:

  • The Dawsons def. Mims & Jordan Kingsley
  • Thunder Rosa def. Ashley Vox
  • Ricky Starks def. Aron Stevens 2-0 in a 2-out-of-3 Falls Match
  • Colt Cabana def. James Storm (c) to win the NWA National Championship
  • Outlaw Inc def. The Dawsons to become number one contenders for the NWA World Tag Team Championships

Watch the full episode below:

One for the Road:

The first Firefly Funhouse with Bray Wyatt as Universal Champion. Enjoy!

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