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Cody Rhodes Became A 6-Man Tag Team Champion Last Night

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• Cody Rhodes Became A 6-Man Tag Team Champion Last Night

We are a week away from the biggest match in the career of “The American Nightmare” Cody Rhodes.

Next Sunday, in the main event of WrestleMania 39 – Night 2, Cody will challenge “The Tribal Chief” Roman Reigns for the Undisputed WWE Universal Championship.

At last night’s WWE Live Event at the Maverik Center in West Valley City, Utah, Cody teamed up with Braun Strowman and Ricochet to defeat The Bloodline (Undisputed WWE Tag Team Champions The Usos & Solo Sikoa).

Cody pinned Jey Uso to pick up the win for his team.

After the match, Cody had some fun with the fans in attendance and had Ring Announcer Samantha Irvin announce him, Braun & Ricochet as the Salt Lake City 6-Man Tag Team Champions.

Cody also joked that they’ll only be able to defend these Titles in Salt Lake City though.

You can watch it below:

Tap here to read the complete results from this Live Event, where a RAW star went the heel route.

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• On This Day In Pro Wrestling History (March 26, 2001) – Old School Wrestling Veteran Passed Away

On this day in 2001, we lost Old School Wrestling Veteran Benny McGuire (Real name: Benny McCrary) at the age of 54 due to a heart failure.

Him and his brother Billy McGuire not only wrestled as “The McGuire Twins”, by far the heaviest Tag Team in professional wrestling history, they also made the Guinness Book of World Records as the “World’s Heaviest Twins”.

At his heaviest Benny was 814 lbs on his own, and together they weighed around 1500 lbs.

During their professional wrestling career in the 70s, the McGuire Twins wrestled all over the United States in several territories, as well as Canada & Japan.

They were also famous for riding on their Honda motorcycles, which they were referenced for in many different TV shows & movies over the years.


December 7, 1946 – March 26, 2001

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