• AEW Wrestler Wants To Get Paid By WWE For Showing His Matches On The WWE Network
On this week’s episode of Talk Is Jericho, Chris Jericho had former US Presidential Candidate, Andrew Yang, as his guest, where they discussed WWE treating their wrestlers unfairly.
During the conversation, Le Champion said that it isn’t fair that WWE doesn’t pay him for showing his matches on the WWE Network.
“This has to change and it’s no ill will towards WWE. The fact that they can show all of my matches on their Network that people pay for and I don’t get a dime of royalty, it makes no sense. That’s not how normal business, normal entertainment, and the normal world works.
I did ‘MacGruber’ 10 years ago, and was in it for two minutes. I still get residual checks. It’s not a lot, $20, $15, $50, but I’m still getting residuals from being on that movie.
Here I am with probably 100 matches on the Network and getting nothing. I don’t see the fairness in that.”
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• On This Day In Pro Wrestling History (October 21, 2001) – WWF No Mercy 2001
On this day in Pro Wrestling history on October 21, 2001, the World Wrestling Federation aired ‘WWF No Mercy 2001’ LIVE on PPV from the Savvis Center in St. Louis, Missouri.
This pay-per-view was characterized by the Invasion storyline, featuring several matches that saw WWF Superstars against Wrestlers of the WCW/ECW Alliance faction.
Here are the results from that night:
WCW Tag Team Championship: The Hardy Boyz (c) defeated The Hurricane & Lance Storm
Test defeated Kane
Lingerie match: Torrie Wilson defeated Stacy Keibler
Ladder match – WWF Intercontinental Championship: Edge defeated Christian (c)
WWF Tag Team Championship: The Dudley Boyz (c) defeated Big Show & Tajiri
The Undertaker defeated Booker T
WCW Championship: Chris Jericho defeated The Rock (c)
Triple threat – WWF Championship: Stone Cold Steve Austin (c) defeated Kurt Angle and Rob Van Dam