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Edge Was Rushed To Last Night’s WWE Live Event

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• Edge Was Rushed To Last Night’s WWE Live Event

As we noted earlier, WWE held two Live Events last night and one of them was at Madison Square Garden.

The original main event was scheduled to be Big E vs. Kevin Owens vs. Seth Rollins for the WWE Championship.

However, Rollins tested positive for COVID-19, so he got pulled from the show. WWE also pulled some other Superstars from this show to make sure they are safe and ready to perform at the WWE Day 1 PPV on January, and one of them was Big E.

This led to WWE changing the main event to Edge vs. Kevin Owens in a Steel Cage match.

Edge was then rushed to NYC to work this main event as the top attraction.

Below are the wrestlers that got pulled from last night’s Live Events:

At The MSG Live Event

– WWE Champion Big E

– Bobby Lashley

– Seth Rollins

– RAW Women’s Champion Becky Lynch

– Bianca Belair

– WWE Women’s Tag Team Champion Queen Zelina Vega

At The Tampa Live Event

– Universal Champion Roman Reigns

– Intercontinental Champion Shinsuke Nakamura

– King Xavier Woods

Tap here to read the results from the MSG Live Event and tap here to read the results from the Tampa live event.

Also Read: Backstage News On Low Ticket Sales For Last Night’s WWE Live Event At Madison Square Garden

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• On This Day In Pro Wrestling History (December 27, 1989) – WWF No Holds Barred: The Match/The Movie

On this day in Pro Wrestling history on December 27, 1989, the World Wrestling Federation aired ‘WWF No Holds Barred: The Match/The Movie’ on PPV from the Nashville Municipal Auditorium in Nashville, Tennessee.

This special WWF pay-per-view featured the No Holds Barred movie, produced in 1988 by Vince McMahon himself, followed by a pre-taped Steel Cage match between SummerSlam main event opponents, the team of Hulk Hogan & Brutus “The Barber” Beefcake on one side and the team of “The Macho King” Randy Savage & “The Human Wrecking Machine” Zeus on the opposite side.

The cage match was previously taped during a WWF Wrestling Challenge taping on December 12, 1989.

This is one of the few PPVs that aren’t yet on the WWE Network, although the cage match itself is there as part of the ‘WWF Supertape’ Coliseum Video tape.

        
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