• “AEW will have the best ratings in all of wrestling 1 year from now” – Former WWE Wrestler
“The Big Guy” Ryback once again took to Twitter to indirectly take a dig at WWE and praise its rival company, AEW.
Ryback is predicting that AEW Dynamite will have the best ratings on TV in 1 year from now, beating RAW and SmackDown as well.
“AEW will have the best ratings in all of wrestling 1 year from now. Mark it down and don’t forget it. 😊 @RybackTV”
AEW will have the best ratings in all of wrestling 1 year from now. Mark it down and don’t forget it. 😊 @RybackTV
— The Big Guy (@Ryback) October 22, 2020
Currently, Dynamite has higher ratings than NXT and IMPACT Wrestling, but it’s still far behind RAW and SmackDown in USA.
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• On This Day In Pro Wrestling History (October 25, 1976) – WWWF MSG House Show
On this day in Pro Wrestling history on October 25, 1976, the World Wide Wrestling Federation held a televised house show in the world’s most famous arena, Madison Square Garden in New York City, New York.
The results can be found here:
Manuel Soto defeated Johnny Rodz
Pete Sanchez wrestled Kevin Sullivan to a draw
Victor Rivera defeated Baron Mikel Scicluna
Tor Kamata defeated Jose Gonzales
Bobo Brazil defeated Gashouse Gilbert
3 Out Of 5 Falls: Andre The Giant, Billy White Wolf & Chief Jay Strongbow defeated Bruiser Brody, Executioner #1 & Executioner #2
Ivan Putski defeated Stan Hansen by DQ
WWWF World Heavyweight Title: Bruno Sammartino (C) defeated Nikolai Volkoff