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John Cena on How Fans Would React if He Turned Heel, More to Him Than His Wrestling Persona


16-time WWE Champion John Cena was interviewed by Digital Spy where he talked about how fans would react if he turned heel and there being more to him than his wrestling persona.

Cena first spoke about how fans would react if he turned heel, as many of them plead for him to do:

“So many times in WWE, the audience tells me – at the top of their lungs – that they want me to change. But over the years I’ve learned that, if I change, they’ll just rag on me about something else. I’m never gonna please them and, at the same time, I would be turning my back on those that I care about. So it couldn’t have been a better situation for me to be involved with this movie.”

The star of Ferdinand than spoke about there being more to him than simply what fans see when they tune into WWE programming:

“I am a 40-year-old adult – there’s a man behind the hand. I wouldn’t be where I’m at if it wasn’t for this [the hand] and I have great perspective of that. I wouldn’t be where I’m at if it wasn’t for those things. But it’s always a challenge to let people know that there’s a little more to me.”

One of the biggest moments Cena has had this year was his feud with current Intercontinental Champion Roman Reigns. As a reminder of how interesting the feud was, we have included the uncut vicious promo segment between Reigns and Cena.

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Would you personally want Cena to turn heel? Do you judge wrestlers based on their characters or what you hear of their real actions outside the realm of pro-wrestling?

Let us know in the comments below or over on our Facebook page or Twitter account. Additionally, you can find me on Twitter at @SOSNH1995. We also want to remind you that we have a Newsletter you can sign up to. This will allow us to send you the best news in one place via an email. We also have the Wrestling Rumors app that we encourage you all to download to get updates faster than they release on our various pages. It is available on Android and iOS devices.

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Update on When Scott Dawson of the Revival Is Set to Return to Action


As first reported by Pro Wrestling Sheet, Former NXT Tag Team Champion Scott Dawson of The Revival may be coming back to WWE television sooner than later.

Dawson suffered a bicep injury earlier this year, during the summer. The former Champion had surgery soon after in August, with the expectation being that he would be cleared in December.

Now that December is here, it appears Dawson is on-track for a return by the end of the month and is expected to be cleared to compete, provided no complications occur or are found within the coming weeks.

Dawson is part of a massively popular tag team as WWE fans will recall. The Revival have become famous in the pro-wrestling industry and were involved in the match voted best of 2016 in WWE,

WWE’s Mike Rome had a video on the official WWE YouTube channel referencing the injury that Dawson sustained at a live event for ‘Raw.’ If you would like to hear details from the company on the injury, you can watch the video we’ve provided below.

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What is your dream match for The Revival? Are you excited for their return?

Let us know in the comments below or over on our Facebook page or Twitter account. Additionally, you can find me on Twitter at @SOSNH1995. We also want to remind you that we have a Newsletter you can sign up to. This will allow us to send you the best news in one place via an email. We also have the Wrestling Rumors app that we encourage you all to download to get updates faster than they release on our various pages. It is available on Android and iOS devices.

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NXT Results – December 13, 2017

NXT
Date: December 13, 2017
Location: Full Sail University, Winter Park, Florida
Commentators: Percy Watson, Mauro Ranallo, Nigel McGuinness

This is a special show as we’re on the USA Network as part of WWE Week. It’s the first time that the modern version of NXT has aired on TV and there’s no way to guess how well this show is going to draw. That being said, it’s a big time show with a qualifying match for the upcoming four way #1 contenders match. Let’s get to it.

We open with a look at the NXT Title situation and the four way #1 contenders match being set up last week.

Opening sequence.

Andrade Cien Almas vs. Fabian Aichner


Non-title. Aichner beat Almas a few months back before Almas won the title. Almas dropkicks him down to start but charges into a tilt-a-whirl backbreaker. The champ bails to the floor but gets caught with a HUGE springboard dive. Back in and a tornado DDT gets two on Almas, followed by a hard powerbomb for the same. They head outside with Almas sending him into the steps as it’s time to get fired up. Back in and the hammerlock DDT puts Aichner away at 2:15.

Result: Andrade Cien Almas b. Fabian Aichner – Hammerlock DDT (2:15)

Video on Aleister Black.

Video on Ember Moon, including her rise to the Women’s Title.

Authors of Pain vs. Danny Burch/Oney Lorcan

Burch slugs away at Akum to start and everything breaks down in a hurry. Burch and Lorcan both hit running shots in the corner but Razar runs Lorcan over. A death valley drivers into the corner sets up the Super Collider and the Last Chapter ends Lorcan at 1:18.

Result: Authors of Pain b. Danny Burch/Oney Lorcan – Last Chapter to Lorcan (1:18)

Next week: Tyler Bate vs. Pete Dunne for the UK Title and Undisputed Era vs. Sanity for the Tag Team Titles.

Sanity says they haven’t left the battlefield and next week, they’ll finish what they started.

Adam Cole is ready to win the NXT Title.

Shayna Baszler is coming.

Fatal Four Way Qualifying Match: Adam Cole vs. Aleister Black

Black gets him to the mat for a headscissors but Cole easily flips out for a pose. Back up and Black calmly drops him before firing off the rapid strikes. A knee to the head has Cole bailing up the ramp. We take a break and come back with Cole driving him down into a Crossface until Black gets over to the rope. Cole manages to pose but Black doesn’t think much of the trash talk.

Back up and Black starts the strikes, including the running kick to the head. The springboard moonsault drops Cole again but it’s too early for Black Mass. Instead Cole goes up but dives into a kick to the head for two. A jumping enziguri sets up Cole’s Backstabber for two more and we hit that NXT chant. More kicks to the head rock Black and the fireman’s carry backbreaker gets two more. Black blocks a low superkick though and knees Cole in the jaw. Cole: “WHAT DO YOU GOT???” Black Mass ends Cole at 11:15.

Result: Aleister Black b. Adam Cole – Black Mass (11:15)

Results
Andrade Cien Almas b. Fabian Aichner – Hammerlock DDT
Authors of Pain b. Danny Burch/Oney Lorcan – Last Chapter to Lorcan
Aleister Black b. Adam Cole – Black Mass

 

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KB’s Review: Who Ya Got?


Maybe it’s my complete lack of interest in Sunday’s “Clash of Champions 2017” but egads I was excited on Monday when the Royal Rumble was first mentioned. At the moment we’re forty six days away from the show and that’s close enough for me to start thinking about who is going to win one of the most important matches of the year. That’s why today I’m going to break one of my rules and do a little fantasy booking, or in this case fantasy picking as we look at who I have as the favorite to win the 2018 Royal Rumble.

There are several ways to look at a potential winner. Do you go with whoever is hottest at the moment? Maybe the person you want to feature at that year’s Wrestlemania? What about an established name who needs a big win to get back into the swing of things? Or there’s always the option of giving it to a surprise winner to see what they can do with a rocket push. Finally, there’s last year’s option of “well, someone has to win” because whatever match they’re in doesn’t mean anything so you basically punt the whole concept instead of putting in any real thinking.

Hottest At The Moment

I know he’s cool off a bit, but this would be the Braun Strowman spot. No one has rocketed up the card this year like Strowman and that would make him a great candidate to win the major match and move forward towards a potential career making night at “Wrestlemania XXXIV”. The peak time would have been to put the title on him when he fought Brock Lesnar in a singles match but for some reason WWE just had him lose clean to an F5. I’d put some real thinking into giving him the shot though and it’s not completely out of the question.

Strowman is a monster among men and that’s the kind of person who should work best in a Royal Rumble. How cool would it be to see him shrug off everyone ganging up on him for the elimination attempt? This is the match that made Diesel a star and giving Strowman, who is already a main eventer, the big win in this moment could be his ticket to the top. Assuming we don’t get a rather questionable triple threat with Strowman, Kane and Lesnar, this could work like a monstrous charm.

If he can flip an ambulance, he can win a battle royal.

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Featured Attraction

This is where I could see a nice twist and the more I think about it, the more confidence I have in it. One of the big matches that has been teased for “Wrestlemania XXXIV” is AJ Styles defending the Smackdown World Title against Shinsuke Nakamura and winning the Royal Rumble would be one way to get there. While Nakamura hasn’t had the best time since showing u in WWE, there’s a very strong chance he wins here.

Nakamura hasn’t had a big win yet on the main roster and I think there’s real potential for him to get that win here. It’s as simple as having him come in, survive a good, then kick the heck out of some people before tossing them out to win. Styles vs. Nakamura is a heck of a dream match and seeing Nakamura as the last man standing before having a staredown with Styles would be an amazing way to end the pay per view. Nakamura is a real option and easily my favorite choice from “Smackdown Live”.

It would be better than his debut.

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Established Name

Here’s where we get to the name that could be from either brand. I know it might not be the most popular choice, but you always have to consider John Cena. While he hasn’t had a great number of performances as of late, Cena is a two time winner of the match and there’s the seventeenth World Title reign looming over everything. Having Cena win and go after Styles (or whoever else is Smackdown World Champion in April) wouldn’t be the biggest surprise.

Here’s the thing about Cena: he’s capable of turning it on at a moment’s notice. I can’t imagine the seventeenth title reign would mean all that much or last that long, but if he makes it thirty days it’s longer than Ric Flair’s last three reigns combined. All that matters is the win and that would be a heck of a moment at “Wrestlemania XXXIV”. It may not be everyone’s favorite (or even mine) but it’s something that we might very well be seeing next year.

It worked ten years ago.

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Surprise Winner

Now this is where you can have some fun. I could probably list close to ten names who could get a heck of a rub and a rocket push towards the top of the card from here. We’re living in a post “JINDER MAHAL JUST WON THE WORLD TITLE” world and that means a lot of people could be in for the run of a lifetime, even if you never would have seen it coming. So who best fits the description here? A cult leader? A lunatic fringe? An architect? Perhaps a demon or someone Broken?

I’m thinking more a Samoan Submission Machine. Samoa Joe debuted on the main roster less than a year ago and hit the ground running. He’s rolled over a lot of names and has shown that he can take Lesnar to his furthest limits. It wouldn’t shock me to see him win the Royal Rumble, which really is suited for a fighter like him. The Philadelphia fans would eat up an indy darling winning such a big match and it could really shake things up on “Monday Night Raw”.

Maybe they’ll all be like Jason Jordan.

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Well, Someone Has To Win

This is where the fun goes out the window as it could be the pick that offers the least thought. Think back to last year with Randy Orton, who was one of the most uninspired picks in a long time. He was given the win because he was a safe choice and could win the title before handing it off to the person they really wanted to push. That’s always an option and while I don’t think they’ll go here for a second year in a row, you have to consider it.

Therefore, I’ll go with Seth Rollins in this spot, possibly to set up a match against Dean Ambrose in New Orleans (not for the title mind you). Rollins is already a big name and a win wouldn’t be the most shocking thing in the world. While Rollins might want the title back, Ambrose turning on him for whatever reason could be enough to get him to give it up and go for the personal revenge instead.

If his performance is anything like this one, he’ll be fine.

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Who Will Win

So all that said, who wins? Who rises above the rest and….yeah it’s going to be Roman Reigns. WWE has made it pretty clear that we’re getting Reigns vs. Lesnar for the big coronation moment (Part IV: “THIS TIME FOR SURE!”) and this is a way to get him there. Sure there’s the Elimination Chamber in February, but why waste time giving the fans some false hope?

Reigns has gone into the hostile territory that is Philadelphia before and won the Royal Rumble and I can’t imagine them changing their minds this time. Can’t you imagine WWE deciding to give Reigns the win, just for the sake of sticking it to the fans who booed him there a few years back? It’s probably their worst and dumbest available choice which is why I think it’s the most likely. We might not like it, but that’s never stopped WWE with Reigns before.

He’s been here before.

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I look forward to the Royal Rumble every year and a lot of that is due to speculating on who might win this time around. There are so many ways that you can go and while it might not be as simple as “anyone can win”, you really could go multiple ways with the winner. While some might not be as fun as others, there’s always the chance that it might be a great surprise that gets you fired up for that year’s Wrestlemania. That’s the idea at least.

Remember to check out my website at kbwrestlingreviews.com, follow me on Twitter @kbreviews and pick up the Monday Nitro and Thunder Reviews Volume VI: July – December 1999 in e-book or paperback. Check out the information here:

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Watch: The Rock Judges Promo Contest Between Kevin Hart, Jack Black and Collider


Collider uploaded to their official YouTube channel a video featuring The Rock, Kevin Hart and Jack Black as The Rock is tasked with judging a promo battle.

As any wrestling fan will tell you, The Rock is one of the greatest performers ever to pick up a microphone and grace the squared circle. Despite not being in the business as prominently as he once was, The Rock is still humble about his experiences in the pro wrestling industry.

The majority of readers should be aware of who both Hart and Black are. If you are one of few who don’t know, these two men are some of the greatest, most hilarious comedians and actors of this generation. They are also two of The Rock’s co-stars in Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle, which they are on the set of.

With three competitors set to cut a promo in Black, Hart and the host from Collider, who will be victorious as the former WWE Champion judges them all? Make your predictions and let us know after watching if you were correct.

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What did you think of the contest? Was your prediction right? Who won in your opinion?

Let us know in the comments below or over on our Facebook page or Twitter account. Additionally, you can find me on Twitter at @SOSNH1995. We also want to remind you that we have a Newsletter you can sign up to. This will allow us to send you the best news in one place via an email. We also have the Wrestling Rumors app that we encourage you all to download to get updates faster than they release on our various pages. It is available on Android and iOS devices.

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Watch: Nikki Bella Defends Her Divas Championship Against Charlotte at ‘Night of Champions’ 2015


WWE uploaded to their official YouTube channel the full match between Nikki Bella and Charlotte Flair from ‘Night of Champions’ back in 2015.

The backstory for this match began at ‘SummerSlam’ of that year. At the event, the team of PCB (Paige, Charlotte and Becky Lynch) defeated both Team Bella (Nikki & Brie Bella and Alicia Fox) and Team B.A.D. (Naomi, Sasha Banks and Tamina) in a three team elimination match.

On the August 31 edition of ‘Raw,’ three Beat the Clock challenge matches were held to determine the new number one contender for Nikki Bella’s WWE Divas Championship at ‘Night of Champions.’

Lynch defeated Fox in 3:31, Charlotte defeated Brie in 1:40 and finally Paige and Banks wrestled to a time limit draw. This gave Charlotte the win and title shot.

Regardless of this, Charlotte was set on September 7 to face Nikki Bella for the title on ‘Raw.’ However, Nikki Bella switched places with her sister before Charlotte got the pin.

This caused Stephanie McMahon to come out and say Charlotte didn’t capture the title as she didn’t pin the Champion but would instead face Nikki Bella at ‘Night of Champions’ as planned and if Nikki were disqualified or counted out, she would lose the Championship.

It is also of note that Nikki Bella surpassed AJ Lee and became the longest reigning WWE Divas Champion in history by keeping her Championship on that night.

The video below includes the full match. Did Charlotte finally dethrone the Champion or did Nikki Bella continue her record reign as Champion?

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What did you think of the match? Were you happy with the result?

Let us know in the comments below or over on our Facebook page or Twitter account. Additionally, you can find me on Twitter at @SOSNH1995. We also want to remind you that we have a Newsletter you can sign up to. This will allow us to send you the best news in one place via an email. We also have the Wrestling Rumors app that we encourage you all to download to get updates faster than they release on our various pages. It is available on Android and iOS devices.

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205 Live Results – December 12, 2017

205 Live
Date: December 12, 2017
Location: US Bank Arena, Cincinnati, Ohio
Commentators: Vic Joseph, Nigel McGuinness

So you remember how last week’s show was basically a placeholder before we got to the #1 contenders match on Raw this week? You remember how the first question a lot of people had was why is the #1 contenders match happening on Raw and not on the Cruiserweight show? Well we’re in the exact same place this week. Let’s get to it.

The opening recap looks at last night’s Second Chance four way with Cedric Alexander earning a spot in Monday’s #1 contenders match.

Opening sequence.


Before the first match, Drew Gulak is here with Ariya Daivari and says he’s getting closer to his vision of a better 205 Live. Gulak compares Cedric to the Grinch for stealing Daivari’s second chance and says tonight, Alexander is pounded into dirt. On to sadder news: Noam Dar has had to undergo knee surgery and will be missing some time. However, Drew has a 93 step plan for rehabilitation in the form of a POWERPOINT PRESENTATION! And never mind as we have ANOTHER interruption!

Cedric Alexander vs. Ariya Daivari

Cedric wastes no time in working on a wristlock while Drew uses his bullhorn to tell the fans to stop chanting. A dropkick sets up the armbar as dueling WE LOVE CEDRIC/POWERPOINT chants start up. Cedric misses a springboard but Drew breaks up a dive while demanding that Alexander stay off that top rope.

Gulak gets in a cheap shot on the floor and the dueling chants begin again. A bulldog gives Daivari two and we hit the chinlock. Cedric fights up without much effort and elbows him in the face. It’s too early for the Lumbar Check though and Daivari breaks up a Neuralizer. Instead it’s a spinebuster to plant Cedric again but Daivari goes to the top. The frog splash gets two but the second Neuralizer attempt works just fine. Cedric Lumbar Checks him for the pin at 8:03.

Result: Cedric Alexander b. Ariya Daivari – Lumbar Check (8:03)

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We look back at last night’s segment with Enzo looking to yell at Gulak but getting cut off by a lovesick Nia Jax.

Enzo yells at the Zo Train but Gulak apologizes for what he said last night. It’s not impossible that he could become the next Cruiserweight Champion though. Enzo yells but Tony Nese cuts him off, only to have Enzo call him stupid. He built the Zo Train with his fist and built this show from the ground up. Things calm down a bit but Enzo says he wants the Zo Train at ringside when he faces Nese tonight.

Kalisto vs. Jack Gallagher

Before the match, Brian Kendrick talks about his dream of being Cruiserweight Champion in WWE. Since he lost the title, he hasn’t been given a chance to get his title back. Kalisto showed up and got opportunity after opportunity though and that’s not right. Gallagher tells Kalisto to watch his step or he’ll springboard into a spider’s web. Kalisto doesn’t seem scared and we’re ready to go.

A headlock takes Kalisto to the mat to start but he pops up and sends Gallagher into the corner without much effort. Gallagher gets dropkicked out to the floor but blocks a kick and sends Kalisto’s leg into the post. Back in and Gallagher starts working on the knee like an evil Englishman should. The bad leg is wrapped around the ropes and a twist pulls it back down to the mat.

Jack even mocks the LUCHA dance before grabbing a Brock Lock. Kalisto gets out and hits a middle rope moonsault press for two. The hurricanrana driver gets a delayed near fall of its own, followed by a nipup hurricanrana for the pin on Gallagher at 8:53.

Result: Kalisto b. Jack Gallagher – Nipup hurricanrana (8:53)

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Post match the beatdown is on but Gran Metalik makes the save.

Gulak tries to talk Enzo out of the match with Nese, but Enzo promises a technical spectacle.

Hideo Itami arrives next week.

Enzo Amore vs. Tony Nese

Non-title. Nese doesn’t seem thrilled with this, not even showing off his physique on the way to the ring. Before the match, Enzo calls the Zo Train an unbreakable unit, which seems to annoy Gulak. Enzo runs his mouth to start and shows off his foot speed. Trash is talked as there’s no contact in the first minute and a half. Enzo finally slaps him and asks what Nese is thinking. Nese backs him into the corner but Daivari comes in for the DQ at 2:40.

Result: Tony Nese b. Enzo Amore via DQ when Ariya Daivari interfered (2:40)

The post match beatdown is on and Gulak really doesn’t seem happy with any of this. Enzo loads up the Jordunzo but lets Nese go, telling Gulak to get in and prove his worth. Gulak finally gets on the apron as the fans aren’t thrilled with this stuff. He gets in Enzo’s face…and then kicks Nese down, albeit reluctantly. Now the fans are chanting THIS IS BORING as Gulak slaps Nese in the face a few times. Enzo puts his coat on and hits the Jordunzo to end the show.

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Remember to check out my website at kbwrestlingreviews.com, follow me on Twitter @kbreviews and pick up the Monday Nitro and Thunder Reviews Volume VI: July – December 1999 in e-book or paperback. Check out the information here:

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And check out my Amazon author page with cheap wrestling books at:


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“Smackdown Live” Audience and Ratings – December 12, 2017


Ho, and may I add, hum. To say “Smackdown Live” hasn’t exactly been inspiring television as of late would be a huge understatement. At the moment, it’s just not very engaging and that doesn’t seem to be changing anytime soon. This week’s show was the go home episode for “Clash of Champions 2017” and that means it’s important to have a strong audience. Was that the case?
According to 411mania.com, this week’s episode of “Smackdown Live” drew a .71 rating in the 18-49 demographic and 2.481 million viewers. These numbers are down 7% and .5% respectively from last week’s .76 rating and 2.493 million viewers. This week’s show was headlined by Shinsuke Nakamura vs. Kevin Owens.

Miss this week’s show? Here are the highlights:

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Opinion: I’m not really surprised at the numbers being down as the show has been much more boring than bad as of late. It just hasn’t done anything for me throughout the last few weeks and that doesn’t seem to be showing any signs of getting better. The main stories feel like we’re filling time until something big, but that’s been the case for way too long now. Do something interesting already.

What did you think of this week’s show? What needs to change to increase interest? Let us know in the comments below.

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205 Live to Change Start Time Beginning in January


205 Live has traditionally aired as soon as ‘Smackdown Live‘ has finished, but that is set to change in January as WWE prepares to launch the ‘Mixed Match Challenge‘ (MMC) series.

In early January when WWE begins the MMC series, they will be filming in the same location as ‘Smackdown Live’ right after it ends. This obviously means 205 Live needs to have a change in time slot.

For the 12 weeks that the MMC airs, WWE will place 205 Live in a 10:30pm EST timeslot. This is half an hour after ‘Smackdown Live’ goes off the air.

The MMC episode will air on Facebook Watch and is scheduled to stay on air for 20 minutes. This provides WWE with a ten minute gap to change the set over to that of 205 Live.

It is unknown how this shift in start time will affect the audience in attendance at the show, but based on recent attendance records, it doesn’t look good.

Below we have featured a video of current WWE Cruiserweight Champion Enzo Amore making his debut on 205 Live.

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What do you think about the starting time change? How do you think this will affect the viewers in attendance and on the WWE Network?

Let us know in the comments below or over on our Facebook page or Twitter account. Additionally, you can find me on Twitter at @SOSNH1995. We also want to remind you that we have a Newsletter you can sign up to. This will allow us to send you the best news in one place via an email. We also have the Wrestling Rumors app that we encourage you all to download to get updates faster than they release on our various pages. It is available on Android and iOS devices.

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205 Live Competitor Is Injured, Surgery Confirmed


PWInsider is reporting that a popular 205 Live competitor is injured and will be requiring surgery.

Last night on 205 Live, Drew Gulak and Ariya Daivari mentioned that Noam Dar is unable to be there due to a knee injury and was preparing to undergo surgery.

This was confirmed by PWInsider to be more than a storyline, as Dar is indeed injured. It is being reported that the surgery should “clean up” the injury. There is no word beyond this on what the injury exactly is, bar that it affects the knee.

In addition, there is no word yet on how long the “Scottish Supernova” will be out of action for. That said, Wrestling Rumors is devoted to keeping you up to date on the latest news, so be sure to stay tuned to the website and our social media for updates as more news does become available.

Dar last competed against Cedric Alexander on the December 5 edition of 205 Live. You can find that video below.

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Are you a fan of Dar? When do you anticipate he will be back?

Let us know in the comments below or over on our Facebook page or Twitter account. Additionally, you can find me on Twitter at @SOSNH1995. We also want to remind you that we have a Newsletter you can sign up to. This will allow us to send you the best news in one place via an email. We also have the Wrestling Rumors app that we encourage you all to download to get updates faster than they release on our various pages. It is available on Android and iOS devices.

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