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Former World Champion Is No Longer Scheduled To Return To WWE Programming

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• Former World Champion Is No Longer Scheduled To Return To WWE Programming

Former World Heavyweight Champion Kurt Angle recently revealed on his podcast that WWE was bringing him back for a short storyline in February.

However, that plan has been canceled now.

Angle gave the following update on his podcast:

“I went to the Royal Rumble. The WWE wanted me to do a short program that they ended up canceling at the the very last moment, but we went to the Rumble, my wife and I.

I also did some documentary interviews the day before, a photo op with the fans, but I want to make it clear I am in no way signed to WWE.

They were going to sign me anyway. It was going to be a 3-week program. It got canceled, but you know, my obligation is to do the show, the Kurt Angle Show, and that’s it.”

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• On This Day In Pro Wrestling History (February 6, 1990) – WCW Clash Of The Champions 10: Texas Shootout

On this day in Pro Wrestling history on February 6, 1990, Ted Turner’s World Championship Wrestling aired ‘NWA Clash Of The Champions X: Texas Shootout’ LIVE on TBS from the Memorial Coliseum in Corpus Christi, Texas.

This was the show where the 4 Horsemen kicked Sting out of their group, thus replacing him with Ole Anderson in the 6 man Tag Team Steel Cage main event later that night.

Below are the results:

– “Dr. Death” Steve Williams defeated Samoan Savage

– Brian Pillman & Tom Zenk defeated The MOD Squad

– Mil Máscaras defeated Cactus Jack

– Falls Count Anywhere: Norman the Lunatic defeated Kevin Sullivan

– The Road Warriors defeated The Skyscrapers by DQ

– NWA World Tag Team Championship vs. Masks: The Steiner Brothers defeated Doom

– Steel Cage: Ric Flair, Ole Anderson & Arn Anderson defeated The Dragonmaster, Buzz Sawyer & The Great Muta

        
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