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John Morrison Signs With WWE

As reported on WWE Backstage, John Morrison is back with WWE. He has signed a multi-year deal to return to WWE for the first time since 2011. Morrison had great success in WWE, winning Tag Team and Intercontinental Championships.

Morrion’s run on the independent scene and with companies like Lucha Underground and Impact Wrestling made him one of the biggest names not signed to WWE. 

NWA Powerrr Results

This week’s episode of Power was the first full episode without Jim Cornette on commentary, though he did appear after the main event in a pre-taped celebration with The Rock ‘N’ Roll Express. Before breaking it down, here are the results of the night:

  • Aron Stevens def. Ricky Starks
  • The Rock ‘N’ Roll Express (c) def. The Wildcards to retain the NWA World Tag Team Championships

Interviews and action on the show set up some more matches for Into The Fire on December 14th. The full card:

  • The Wildcards vs The Rock ‘N’ Roll Express (c) – NWA World Tag Team Championships
  • Aron Stevens vs Ricky Starks vs Colt Cabana (c) – NWA National Championship
  • Trevor Murdoch vs The Question Mark
  • Ashley Vox & Allysin Kay vs Melina & Thunder Rosa or Marti Belle
  • Ken Anderson vs Eli Drake
  • James Storm vs Nick Aldis (c) – 2/3 Falls Match for the NWA World Championship

NWA announced at the end of the show that they have found a new color commentator: Stu Bennett, formerly known as Wade Barrett in WWE.

Impact Wrestling Results

This week, Impact was back to it’s regularly scheduled programming. Full results from the show:

  • Michael Elgin def. Brian Cage and Eddie Edwards
  • Ace Austin & Reno Scum def. The Rascalz
  • Petey Williams def. Johnny Swinger
  • ODB def. Taya Valkyrie

Moose is coming to terms with his loss, and doing so by beating up some fans on a basketball court.

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Rob Van Dam finally answered for his actions at Bound For Glory. He returned with Katie Forbes and was going to explain himself, but said no one would understand since they weren’t as great as RVD. Tommy Dreamer came out to try and set up a match between RVD and Rhino, who was betrayed by RVD. Rob passed, but Rhino wouldn’t let him get away that easy.

ODB returned on the show, and cut a promo about her food truck burning down. Impact donated all of the profits from the show to supporting ODB, which is a nice gesture. Of course a heel had to come out and capitalize on real life heat, and this time it was Knockouts Champ Taya Valkyrie. This lead to a solid main event between the two, with ODB getting the win.

Goldberg on Broken Skull Sessions

The next guest on Stone Cold’s new WWE Network show has been revealed as Bill Goldberg. After the great reception that the first episode got with The Undertaker, a big guest was sure to be in line for episode two. Austin went out and got one of the biggest names in wrestling: Goldberg!

It will make for an interesting listen to be sure. These two were on opposite side of the Monday Night Wars as the biggest stars on their shows. It should be a great episode as the two will have lots to talk about.

Brock Lesnar’s Potential Wrestlemania Opponents?

According to reports (h/t Talksport), there are two potential options for Brock Lesnar’s Wrestlemania opponent. One option is for Lesnar to face Cain Velasquez in a rubber match from Crown Jewel. At that show, Lesnar beat Velasquez in just a few minutes with a Kimura Lock. 

The second option for Brock Lesnar is a match with Tyson Fury. Fury made his wrestling debut at Crown Jewel as well, defeating Braun Strowman by countout. It is being reported that Vince McMahon would have a hard time passing up a Fury-Lesnar match if Fury beats Deonte Wilder to become WBC Heavyweight Champion in February.

One for the Road:

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