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Brock Lesnar Suspended From WWE

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• Brock Lesnar Suspended From WWE

Tonight’s post-Crown Jewel episode of SmackDown kicked off with Universal Champion Roman Reigns listing opponents he has smashed and defeated to retain his Title.

Roman told Heyman to pull his phone out and read what Brock Lesnar said to him. Roman said he’s not leaving the ring until Brock shows up.

Lesnar came to the ring and attacked Roman Reigns with the Steel Steps. SmackDown Tag Team Champions The Usos tried to save Roman, but he took them out as well.

The locker room and officials tried to stop Brock, but he tossed them away, and posed with the Universal Title.

Adam Pearce said Brock endangered the WWE Universe, talents and officials, so Brock is indefinitely suspended. Brock then took out Pearce with an F5.

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• On This Day In Pro Wrestling History (October 22, 2006) – NWA/TNA Bound For Glory 2006

On this day in Pro Wrestling history on October 22, 2006, Total Nonstop Action! aired ‘TNA Bound For Glory 2006’ LIVE on PPV from the Compuware Sports Arena in Plymouth Township, Michigan.

This was the second annual Bound For Glory pay-per-view since its inauguration in 2005.

Former WWF/WWE Superstar Kurt Angle worked as the special outside enforcer for the main event, while fellow WWF Legend Jake ‘The Snake’ Roberts was the special referee in the Monster’s Ball match.

The results are here:

Austin Starr won a Kevin Nash Open Invitational X-Division Gauntlet battle royal

Fatal 4-way: Team 3D defeated America’s Most Wanted, The James Gang and The Naturals

Monster’s Ball: Samoa Joe defeated Abyss, Brother Runt and Raven

Loser Gets Fired: Eric Young defeated Larry Zbyszko

TNA X Division Championship: Chris Sabin defeated Senshi (c)

8 Mile Street Fight: Christian Cage defeated Rhino

Six Sides of Steel – NWA World Tag Team Championship: The Latin American Xchange defeated AJ Styles & Christopher Daniels (c)

Title vs. Career – NWA World Heavyweight Championship : Sting defeated Jeff Jarrett (c)

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