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• Old School WWF Veteran Celebrates Her Birthday

Old School WWF Veteran Bull Nakano (Real name: Keiko Nakano) celebrates her 51st birthday today.

She’s considered a legend in Japanese women’s wrestling, but won Championships all around the world.

After having just a few matches on WWF TV in 1986, Bull Nakano joined the full time World Wrestling Federation roster in 1994, where she was managed by famous Women’s Wrestler Luna Vachon.

In November 1994, she defeated Alundra Blayze for the ‘WWF Women’s Championship’ in Tokyo, Japan, but lost it back to her on Monday Night RAW in April 1995.

After wrestling for Ted Turner’s World Championship Wrestling in 1995 and 1996, she retired from professional wrestling and became a professional golfer in 1998.

HAPPY BIRTHDAY BULL NAKANO!

• 3 ROH Stars Sign With All Elite Wresting, Impact Wrestling Open To Working With AEW

According to Pro Wrestling Sheet, Ring Of Honor’s SoCal Uncensored members Scorpio Sky, Christopher Daniels and Frankie Kazarian have signed with All Elite Wrestling. This means they’ll be leaving ROH.

Another Indy wrestler that has signed with AEW is Britt Baker (girlfriend of WWE NXT wrestler Adam Cole).

Speaking of AEW, Impact Wrestling President Ed Nordholm noted during a recent Q&A that they’re open to working with AEW in the future.

Below is what Ed said:

“It’s a world in which we would welcome an opportunity to work with Ring of Honor. It’s a world in which we would welcome an opportunity working with New Japan. It’s a world in which we welcome working with AEW, if they actually get up and running. We have interest in them. I don’t think we have any bias against any of that happening.”

Also Read: Kenny Omega Reportedly Not Taking WWE’s Offer, Set To Sign With AEW

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