• AEW Wrestler Was Furious After Revolution PPV
Kenny Omega defeated Jon Moxley in an “Exploding Barbed Wire Deathmatch” in the main event of AEW Revolution 2021 pay-per-view to retain the AEW World Championship.
Both men took a lot of punishment in the match and they were busted open as well (tap here for video highlights).
However, the ring explosion botch after the match left a bad taste in fans’ mouths, and Kenny Omega felt the same way.
Wrestling Observer is reporting that Omega was furious after Revolution went off the air:
“Can you imagine being Jon Moxley and Kenny Omega. You kill yourselves for 30 minutes with bombs and barbed wire and you’re cutting yourself and poof — that’s the end.
Omega was furious, by the way. I can tell you all that. He was angry.”
During the post-AEW Revolution PPV media scrum, AEW President Tony Khan was asked about the health status of both competitors after this match and here’s what he said:
“Both guys are great. Honestly, I’m glad neither came out with a serious injury because it was a really scary match and they both put themselves at risk for a huge pay-per-view main event.
I think it was awesome. It was a great spectacle and we’re all lucky that the bomb going off at the end didn’t really hurt anybody.”
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• On This Day In Pro Wrestling History (March 9, 2019) – WWF Attitude Era Manager Passed Away
On this day in 2019, we lost Old School WWF Attitude Era Manager Era Manager Yamaguchi-san (Wally Yamaguchi) at the age of 60 after a lengthy battle with an undisclosed illness.
Yamaguchi-san is best remembered for being the manager of the Attitude Era stable Kaientai in 1998.
The most famous moment he was involved in during his brief WWF career, was without a doubt the infamous “Choppy Choppy Your Pee Pee” segment with Val Venis.
Yamaguchi was suffering from health problems after suffering a stroke back in 2017, before he passed away in 2019.
† REST IN PEACE
May 5, 1958 – March 9, 2019