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“If the stars align, I would be down for that” – NJPW Star On Entering WWE’s Royal Rumble 2023

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• “If the stars align, I would be down for that” – NJPW Star On Entering WWE’s Royal Rumble 2023

During an interview with Wrestlingnewsco, NJPW wrestler Jeff Cobb was asked about the possibility of him entering the Men’s Royal Rumble 2023 match this Saturday night.

Below is what Cobb said:

“You never say never, but it all depends if the stars line up and all that stuff. If they wanted me for some odd reason, then they would have to go through the right avenues.

I don’t think they could contact me directly because I don’t think that’s legal. I’m not sure how those things work, but yeah, I mean if they for some odd reason were like, ‘We want to put Jeff in the Royal Rumble’, I’m not good at Royal Rumbles and I don’t want to run down to the ring anyways, but if the stars align, I would be down for that.”

WWE’s Karl Anderson was allowed to fulfil his obligations with New Japan Pro Wrestling at the NJPW Wrestle Kingdom 17 PPV, where he dropped the NEVER Openweight Championship to Tama Tonga.

With that being said, NJPW might allow one of their wrestlers to work a WWE show, in return for WWE allowing Karl to work their show.

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• ON THIS DAY IN WWF HISTORY (January 26, 1992) – WWF Wrestling Challenge

On this day in 1992, the World Wrestling Federation aired an episode of their weekly TV show ‘WWF Wrestling Challenge’.

It was broadcasted from the Lee Civic Center in Ft. Myers, Florida and featured pre-taped matches, promos & storyline segments on the road to the ‘WWF WrestleMania VIII’ PPV.

The card can be found right here:

Hacksaw Jim Duggan & Sgt. Slaughter vs. Pete Sanchez & Jim Cooper

I.R.S. vs. Kenny Kendall

Sid Justice vs. The Brooklyn Brawler

The Mountie vs. Jimmy James

Tito Santana vs. Barry Horowitz

The Beverly Brothers vs. Ray Hammer & Terry Davis

Virgil vs. Bob Smedley

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