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Apollo Crews Tested Positive For COVID-19, Comments On MVP Claiming To Be The New United States Champion

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• ON THIS DAY IN WWF HISTORY (July 20, 1986) – WWF All American Wrestling

On this day in 1986, the World Wrestling Federation aired an episode of their weekly TV show ‘WWF All American Wrestling’.

It featured pre-taped matches, interviews & storyline segments on the road to ‘WWF The Big Event’.

The card can be found right here:

King Tonga vs. Pete Doherty (Boston Garden)

Update – Macho Man Randy Savage

Dream Team vs. Serge Jodoin & Ricky Hunter

Ken Resnick interviews Leaping Lanny Poffo

Velvet McIntyre vs. Penny Mitchell

The Body Shop (hosted by Magnificent Muraco): Jake Roberts

Hulk Hogan & Paul Orndorff vs. Moondogs

Ken Resnick interviews Ricky Steamboat

• Apollo Crews Reportedly Tested Positive For COVID-19, Comments On MVP Claiming To Be The New United States Champion

WWE United States Champion Apollo Crews was set to defend his Title against MVP at The Horror Show At Extreme Rules last night, but he couldn’t compete there as he wasn’t medically cleared to wrestle due to an attack from Bobby Lashley on RAW a few weeks ago.

MVP came out and declared himself the new United States Champion via forfeit.

Although WWE is claiming that Crews is injured, it obviously isn’t the real reason why he wasn’t there.

The Wrestling Observer is reporting that Crews tested positive for COVID-19, as expected by many people.

Crews hasn’t worked the past two episodes of RAW as well, so it’s clear that he’s sick. However, WWE, as always, won’t publicly announce if Crews has tested positive for COVID-19.

Below is what Crews tweeted last night:

WATCH: Seth Rollins Vomits After Injuring Rey Mysterio’s Eyeball At Extreme Rules 2020:

        
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