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Former WWE Star Returning To Pro-Wrestling In 2019

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• OLD SCHOOL VIDEO HISTORY (August 22, 1981) – AWA All-Star Wrestling

On this day in Pro Wrestling history on August 22, 1981, Verne Gagne’s American Wrestling Association aired an episode of their weekly TV Show ‘AWA All-Star Wrestling’.

The show featured pre-taped matches, interviews & storyline segments featuring several AWA Superstars.

Here’s the card:

– Tito Santana vs. Herman Schafer

– Nick Bockwinkle vs. Tony Leone

– Hulk Hogan vs. Freddy Torres

– 2/3 Falls

The High Flyers vs. Tom Stone and Chris Curtis

– Baron Von Raschke vs. Pancho

Announcement: We have launched our ‘WrestleFeed’ App on both Android & iOS. We’re trying to create Wrestling’s own Social Media with it. Apart from all the wrestling news, videos & other updates on the app, we’re also going to do a ‘Wrestling Quiz’ every week before Monday Night RAW soon. The winner of that Quiz will win $100.

Please download our app now! Below are the download links:

Android – http://bit.ly/2IVQ3yU

iOS – https://apple.co/2Oido0R

• Former WWE Star Returning To Pro-Wrestling In 2019

Ryback parted ways with WWE two years ago. A few days after his announcement, WWE released him. Since then, “The Big Guy” hasn’t focused much on wrestling. Even though he worked in promotions like Global Force Wrestling and Revolution Pro Wrestling in the UK, he never really settled in any one of them.

From what we understand, Ryback has been focusing on repairing his body. For the last year or so, Ryback has not wrestled and instead focused on himself. His podcast and nutrition journey has taken up his time.

The former Intercontinental Champion has now released a video on YouTube titled “The Return of Ryback to TV in 2019 – Where will he go?”.

You can check out the video below:

While it is confirmed that Ryback will be returning to the ring next year, it is still unknown where he will compete. A return to WWE looks unlikely as The Big Guy isn’t on good terms with WWE. It is likely that he will join Impact Wrestling, ROH or NJPW.

We will keep you updated on Ryback’s status as we find more about it.

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