• On This Day In Pro Wrestling History (September 2, 1985) – NWA Battle of the Belts
On this day in Pro Wrestling history on September 2, 1985, CWF Championship Wrestling From Florida aired ‘NWA Battle of the Belts’ LIVE on broadcast syndication TV from the Spartan Sports Center in Tampa, Florida.
This was the first of 3 ‘NWA Battle of the Belts’ events, promoted by the CWF promotion.
The results from that night:
Hector & Chavo Guerrero beat Rip Oliver & Grappler
Cocoa Samoa pinned Rip Rogers
Florida Title: Kendall Windham pinned Jack Hart
Southern Champ Rick Rude pinned Billy Jack Haynes
AWA Tag Championship: The Road Warriors (c) wrestled Harley Race & Stan Hansen to a double-count-out
Nick Bockwinkel pinned Frankie Lane
Two out of three falls: NWA World Champ Ric Flair beat Wahoo McDaniel
• “Enough Is Enough” – SmackDown Wrestler Vents About WWE Keeping Him Off TV
The Forgotten Sons made their WWE main roster debut in April, and were taken off WWE programming just a month later due to Jaxson Ryker’s controversial comments on Twitter.
Since the debut of the WWE ThunderDome, Ryker has been very vocal on Twitter and Instagram about the return of the trio to TV.
He once again took to Instagram and asked them to put The Forgotten Sons back on TV.
“We look on waiting and being Patient. We will speak our mind. @wwe #Smackdown enough is enough. Let us be the voice for the voiceless ????????”
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