• Chris Jericho Takes A Shot At Finn Balór vs. Kyle O’ Reilly For Unsafe Wrestling
Former AEW World Champion Chris Jericho took to Twitter on Friday night to praise this week’s main event of AEW Dynamite.
He brought up the fact that the ratings for the main event were higher than the previous segment and it also doubled NXT in the demo, with an increase in female viewership.
“Great to see that the @AEW Main Event of Jericho & @RealJakeHager vs @KingSerpentico & @KillLutherKill, increased 10% from the previous segment and DOUBLED the @WWENXT demo! Plus female viewership was up in that slot. Just proves that #Luther is a money draw AND a $ex Macheen…”
A fan responded to him to learn how to wrestle from Finn Balór and Kyle O’ Reilly, who had a pretty great match for the NXT Championship at NXT TakeOver 31.
“Take notes from O’Reilly and Balor.”
Take notes from O’Reilly and Balor.
— Joshua Tiemann (@JoshuaMilliue) October 10, 2020
Le Champion got angry and said that they wrestle in an unsafe way, while he wrestles smartly.
“Sure! How to f*ck each other up during a match so they can’t work again for months. #SmartWrestling”
The tweet has been deleted, but can view its screenshot below:
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• On This Day In Pro Wrestling History (October 10, 1989) – First WWF UK Event
On this day in Pro Wrestling history on October 10, 1989, the World Wrestling Federation aired ‘First WWF UK Event’ LIVE on Sky 1 from the London Arena in London, England.
This was the first ever WWF event in the UK and it was the predecessor for the ‘WWF UK Rampage’ events, that took place in 1991, 1992 & 1993, which aired LIVE on Sky Movies Plus (1991 & 1992) and Sky Sports (1993).
Here are the results:
Dark Match: Fit Finlay, Mark Rocco & Skull Murphy defeated Al Perez, Dale Wolfe & Tim Horner
Koko B. Ware defeated Boris Zhukov
Dino Bravo defeated Bret Hart
Jim Duggan defeated The Honky Tonk Man
The Rockers defeated The Fabulous Rougeaus
The Brooklyn Brawler defeated Paul Roma
WWF Championship: Hulk Hogan (c) defeated Randy Savage