• On This Day In Pro Wrestling History (January 9, 2000) – ECW Guilty As Charged ’00
On this day in Pro Wrestling history on December 3, 2000, ‘ECW aired ECW Massacre On 34th Street’ LIVE on PPV from the Boutwell Memorial Auditorium in Birmingham, Alabama.
While a lot of big names had already left ECW for WWF or WCW at that point in time, they still had some big stars on the card that night, like Rob Van Dam, Raven, New Jack, Sabu, Lance Storm, Tommy Dreamer & Mike Awesome.
Here are the results:
– C.W. Anderson defeated Mikey Whipwreck
– Danny Doring, Amish Roadkill & Simon Diamond defeated Nova, Kid Kash & Jazz
– Yoshihiro Tajiri & Super Crazy defeated Little Guido & Jerry Lynn
– Angel defeated New Jack
– ECW World Television Championship: Rob Van Dam (c) defeated Sabu
– ECW World Tag Team Championship: The Impact Players defeated Tommy Dreamer and Raven (c)
– ECW World Heavyweight Championship: Mike Awesome (c) defeated Spike Dudley
• Backstage News On Edge’s New WWE Contract
According to PWInsider, 11 time WWE World Heavyweight Champion Edge has signed a very good new deal with WWE, where he’s going to be making a lot more money and this new contract is more than just a “Legends Contracts”, which means we could finally see the Rated-R Superstar make his in-ring return.
Below is what Mike Johnson of PWInsider said:
“We’ve been told that Edge signed a new deal. We’ve been told that it has a very nice upside to it financially and you have to think it’s not just a legends deal where they just have him show up and have him do promos. So, I think there’s more smoke to the fire with Edge than there is with Paige as we record this.”
As we noted earlier, Edge was spotted at several WWE TV tapings in recent weeks, which has begun even more speculation of Edge’s in-ring return being near, as soon as the Royal Rumble 2020 PPV.
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