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• Attitude Era Reunion In AEW?

WWF Legend ‘Road Dogg’ Jesse James (aka Brian Armstrong, real name Brian James) was released from his WWE contract a couple of days ago, amongst other popular names like William Regal, Samoa Joe and Road Dogg’s own brother, referee Scott Armstrong.

The legendary D-Generation X member took to Twitter and revealed that he lost his account verification after his WWE termination.

Here’s what Road Dogg tweeted:

“This is the same Brian James aka Road Dogg I just lost my verified status and my employment status lol I’m back on Twitter now.”

Road Dogg wrote the following on his release:

“Guys, I’m doing well and I thank you for all the love. I’m gonna take a few days for my self and process this. God is still on the throne and will provide. It’s just business!

I just want to thank all the individuals from @WWENXT especially the young talent. The relationships we’ve built will last forever! #THANKYOU”

This led to former NXT wrestler & current AEW wrestler Adam Cole replying the following:

“Thanks for everything Brian 🙏 you’re the man…see you down the road.”

A fan then asked Road Dogg about a possible New Age Outlaws reunion with Billy Gunn backstage in AEW:

“Hey @BrianRDJames Will We See You Join @RealBillyGunn As a Backstage Producer For @AEW?”

Road Dogg then replied:

“This light bill ain’t gonna pay itself!”

Also Read: Road Dogg Thanks WWE For Saving His Life

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• On This Day In Pro Wrestling History (January 9, 2017) – WWF Veteran Passes Away

On this day in 2017, we lost Old School WWF Tag Team Veteran Timothy Well (Real name: Timothy Alan Smith) at the age of 55 due to kidney failure .

Most Old School fans remember him from the WWF Tag Team ‘Well Dunn’, which was him and Steven Dunn. They wrestled on WWF TV from 1993 till 1995 and appeared in the 1995 Royal Rumble match.

In various other territories, they were mostly known as ‘The Southern Rockers’ Rex King (Timothy Well) & Steve Doll (Steven Dunn).


September 8, 1961 – January 9, 2017

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