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Former WCW Commentator Returning After 16 Years, Braun Strowman Comments On Attacking Brock Lesnar, Fans Ejected From Raw


Former WCW Commentator Returning After 16 Years

Former WCW commentator Tony Schiavone will be returning after 16 years to call upcoming MLW One-Shot event. Below is what Tony had to say about this to Sports Illustrated:

“I’ve been receiving a lot of tweets asking me to come back and call wrestling matches, and I know this is a ‘one shot’ opportunity, but I am looking forward to seeing if I can do it again. This will be the first time I did any broadcasting since WCW closed down and I called some XWF matches with Jerry ‘The King’ Lawler. I’m really excited to return, and the reason I am so excited is because I respect what these wrestlers do. I’ve seen enough independent shows to know how hard these wrestlers work, how much effort and time they put into their craft, and how much they respect the business.

My job at One-Shot is to go out there and enhance the talent. I want to share my excitement to shine a light on the talent. I’m going to take the time to meet them all, get to know them, and make sure they’re treated on the air like the stars they are. The idea of calling wrestling action feels brand new again. Now when I get to the building in Orlando, it may feel like I’m back in an arena in Spartanburg, South Carolina or Shelby, North Carolina where we did Crockett TV, but this has a brand new feel to it. I love Orlando, Florida. We spent a lot of time there back in the day with WCW, and I look forward to going back for One-Shot.”

Braun Strowman Comments On Attacking Brock Lesnar

After attacking Brock Lesnar on Raw and getting a Universal Championship match at No Mercy 2017, below is what Braun Strowman tweeted:

Fans Ejected From Raw

Some fans were ejected from this week’s Raw because they were tossing a beach ball in the crowd and a ball ended up reaching the ringside area during the Finn Balor vs. Jason Jordan match. There’s speculation going on that bringing a beach ball to WWE events might get banned.

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