• On This Day In Pro Wrestling History (October 28, 1991) – WWF MSG House Show
On this day in Pro Wrestling history on October 28, 1991, the World 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:
– The Texas Tornado defeated Big Bully Busick
– The British Bulldog wrestled Irwin R. Schyster to a time-limit-draw
– The Mountie defeated Jim Neidhart
– Ric Flair defeated Roddy Piper
– Big Boss Man defeated Colonel Mustafa
– WWF Intercontinental Title: Bret Hart (c) defeated The Mountie
– El Matador defeated Hercules
– WWF Tag Team Titles: Animal & Hawk (c) defeated Earthquake & Typhoon via DQ
• Another WWE Wrestler Out Of Action With An Injury
According to the Wrestling Observer, SmackDown Live Superstar Samoa Joe is currently out of action with an injury. No word yet on what kind of an injury he has.
Joe was scheduled to face WWE Champion AJ Styles at last weekend’s WWE Supershow Live Events, but he didn’t due to being injured.
Joe last competed on WWE TV on the October 9th episode of SmackDown Live, where he lost to Jeff Hardy in a WWE World Cup qualifying match.
Speaking of injuries, we noted earlier that RAW’s Bobby Lashley is working injured. He reportedly has a separated shoulder.
With that being said, another WWE wrestler is currently out of action with an injury – Curt Hawkins.
During an appearance on Sam Roberts Wrestling Podcast, Hawkins revealed that he underwent a hernia surgery recently and is expected to be cleared soon.
Hawkins believes he got a hernia while bodyslamming Zack Ryder at a WWE Live Event in August.