• 2 Former Intercontinental Champions Reportedly Moving To RAW In WWE Draft 2020
The WWE Draft 2020 will kick off on this Friday’s episode of SmackDown and will continue on next week’s RAW.
As we noted before, one of the top SmackDown wrestlers reportedly moving to RAW is AJ Styles, which is probably due to his issues with Paul Heyman.
The Wrestling Observer noted that along with Styles, John Morrison may also be moving to RAW in the Draft.
“Guys who do jobs in a manner that they normally wouldn’t are probably pretty good candidates to be switching. When I watched it I was like AJ and John Morrison.”
This probably means that The Miz and John Morrison will split up, unless WWE moves Miz to the red brand as well.
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• On This Day In Pro Wrestling History (October 5, 1997) – Old School Wrestling Veteran Passed Away
On this day in 1997, we lost Old School Wrestling Veteran “The Loose Cannon” Brian Pillman at the young age of 35 due to Arteriosclerotic heart disease.
After learning the sport of professional wrestling in the Hart House’s famous dungeon and learning the ropes in Bruce Hart’s ‘Calgary Stampede Wrestling’ promotion, Brian Pillman joined Ted Turner’s World Championship Wrestling in 1989 as “Flyin’ Brian”.
He stayed with the company till he left for ECW in 1996. He left WCW as a member of the famous faction, The Four Horsemen.
After just a few weeks in Extreme Championship Wrestling, Pillman was signed by the World Wrestling Federation and became known as “The Loose Cannon”.
In the WWF, Brian became a member of yet another legendary stable, The Hart Foundation.
† REST IN PEACE BRIAN PILLMAN
May 22, 1962 – October 5, 1997