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Chris Jericho’s Role For Tonight’s AEW Dynamite – Brodie Lee Tribute Special

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• Chris Jericho’s Role For Tonight’s AEW Dynamite – Brodie Lee Tribute Special

Night 1 of AEW’s New Year’s Smash was scheduled to take place on tonight’s Dynamite, but that will no longer happen due to the sudden death of AEW wrestler Brodie Lee.

AEW President Tony Khan announced a new match-card for tonight’s Dynamite. Below are the details:

“This Wednesday on AEW Dynamite, we’ll celebrate the life of Jon Huber (Mr. Brodie Lee) with a show including tributes and a special card of matches dedicated to The Exalted One. This night is intended to honor Jon, but also this is for Amanda, and their sons Brodie (-1) & Nolan.

AEW New Year’s Smash will now take place across the first 2 weeks of 2021, on January 6 + January 13 on TNT. I’ll announce the card for this week’s AEW Dynamite Celebration of Mr. Brodie Lee’s Life in a moment. Thank you to all who have shared their love for Jon this week.

-1’s Favorites Team For One Night Only: Cody Rhodes, Orange Cassidy & 10 v. Team Taz

Young Bucks/Colt Cabana v. Matt Hardy/Private Party

Hangman/Silver/Reynolds v. MJF/Santana/Ortiz

Anna Jay/Tay Conti v. Dr. Britt Baker/Penelope

Lance Archer/Uno/Stu v. Kingston/Butcher/Blade”

Former AEW World Champion Chris Jericho will be on commentary for tonight’s episode.


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• Old School WWF Veteran Celebrates His Birthday

Old School WWF New Generation Era Superstar Quebecer Pierre, later known as Jean-Pierre Lafitte (Real name: Carl Ouellet) turns 53 today.

He first debuted on WWF TV in 1993 with his fellow Canadian Tag Team partner Jacques Rougeau (formerly known as The Mountie) as The Quebecers.

They also had a brief stint in Ted Turner’s WCW in 1996 & 1997 as The Amazing French Canadians, before returning to the World Wrestling Federation in 1998.

Nowadays he’s still an active wrestler on the independent scene, calling himself PCO (short for Pierre Carl Ouellet).


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