Can we talk about how sad Kanes backstory is?
His brother BURNT DOWN THEIR HOME AND KILLED THEIR PARENTS, hes manipulated and brainwashed too believe his face is a burnt wreck, that his brother is evil and doesnt love him and that his only goal in life is to do Paul Bearer’s bidding. He finally starts becoming normal and socialized, he has friends AKA X-Pac and then X-Pac betrays him, honestly the only people who were ever loyal and treated him like a human being was The Undertaker and Daniel Bryan. Then the Authority came in and manipulated and played on Kanes mental health to make him someone he wasnt. Also Paul Bearer hid him in a mental asylum. Thats fucked.
Tldr; KANES STORY IS SAD LEMME GIVE HIM A HUG.
During the latest X-Pac12360 podcast, WWE Hall Of Famer, Sean Waltman discussed the possibility of CM Punk working for AEW in the future. Below is a highlight from the podcast with a H/T to SportsKeeda.com for the transcription.
“Conrad, mark my words, CM Punk is gonna show up. Before it’s all said and done and I guaran-f***ing-tee it. Somewhere, maybe not right away, but when they get the TV going… come on! He ain’t gonna sit on the f***ing sidelines.”
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A recent indie wrestling match at RWA is being called out after the match turned into a shoot, with one of the wrestlers attacking the other.
The match saw Brad Anderson decide to assault his fellow wrestler, Jacob Ryan, turning the planned match into a shoot fight as Anderson manhandled Ryan, dangerously attacking him.
The entire thing was filmed by an audience member and the video has quickly gone viral, catching the attention of several major names in the wrestling world. WWE Hall Of Famer, X-Pac saw the video and called Anderson out for being a tough guy, whilst Austin Aries also called him out.
Hey @thefrankmir, if fuckwit here is man enough, I think I just found your next pro wrestling opponent.
If you accept Brad, we’ll personally pay your rate out of our own pockets, as Frank and I will just sacrifice a few days of post workout shakes for your last $40 payday. https://t.co/nK8PbBJ6zr
— Austin Aries (@AustinAries) May 14, 2019
What a tough guy. https://t.co/VneM76iB8O
— Sean Waltman (@TheRealXPac) May 14, 2019
RWA promoter, Julian Strauss quickly posted a message on Facebook addressing the situation, revealing that Ryan didn’t suffer any major injuries.
You can see the footage of the incident below, with the fans condemning the action as it took place:
Here is professional wrestler Jacob Ryan being assaulted in the ring by former “”Zan Panzer” Brad Anderson yesterday at RWA.
Ryan had no idea it was coming, and Anderson is MUCH bigger and was in there to hurt him.
This is not wrestling. This was assault on an unprepared victim. pic.twitter.com/pROnPzdSpm
— Total Engagement with Matt Koon (@MattKoonTE) May 13, 2019
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WWE has posted the following preview for tonight’s episode of WWE Ride Along. The episode will follow Sean “X-Pac” Waltman, former-Head of Creative Brian “Road Dogg” James & current-AEW producer Billy Gunn.
The episode was filmed over WrestleMania weekend, when all three men were inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame, alongside D-Generation X counterparts Triple H, Shawn Michaels & Chyna.
WWE Ride Along is set to air after Monday Night RAW on the WWE Network.
See if The New Age Outlaws and X-Pac have the navigation skills to find MetLife Stadium on a new WWE Ride Along: Courtesy of WWE Network.
Sean Waltman ha di recente approfondito la possibilità della firma di CM Punk con la AEW…
On the latest episode of X-Pac 12360, Sean Waltman discussed getting approval from Vince McMahon to use his name during DX’s WWE Hall of Fame speech last Saturday night. As noted, McMahon has been notorious for not wanting his name mentioned during the Hall Of Fame speeches, which led to an incident with writer Robert Evans during the ceremony last Saturday. Evans… Read More Sean Waltman Talks Getting Approval From Vince McMahon For WWE HOF Speech After Writer Got Heat
D-Generation X paid tribute to the late Chyna, at the WWE Hall of Fame ceremony. The event took place on Saturday night April 6 where she was inducted along with Shawn Michaels, Triple H, The New Age Outlaws and X-Pac.
The Heartbreak Kid took the time to honor Chyna and the crowd broke out in a “She deserved it chant” as he spoke.
“You’re not gonna get any argument outta me or any of us. You all said it best, so I won’t go on about it. Ladies and gentlemen, we wouldn’t be where we’re at or who we are, without the contributions of the Ninth Wonder of the World, Chyna.”
This moment was a longtime coming for many WWE fans, who have been impatiently waiting for the company to finally recognize Chyna. The former Women’s and Intercontinental champion was a groundbreaking star in Vince McMahon’s company, as she opened doors for every female Superstar that followed after her.
DX’s induction makes Michaels a two-time Hall of Famer. The same will also be true of Triple H, who is of course expected to one day be inducted as a singles star as well.
"We wouldn't be where we're at or who we are without the contributions of the 9th Wonder of the World #Chyna." – @ShawnMichaels #WWEHOF@TheRealXPac @RealBillyGunn @WWERoadDogg @TripleH pic.twitter.com/gs27mPTev3
— WWE (@WWE) April 7, 2019
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