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IMPACT Wrestling Star Accuses WWE Of Stealing RAW Underground Concept From Him

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• IMPACT Wrestling Star Accuses WWE Of Stealing RAW Underground Concept From Him

While speaking on this week’s ROH Strong Podcast, Impact Wrestling star EC3 discussed WWE’s short-lived concept of RAW Underground.

Below is what he said about it:

“While working with the WWE, and even during my NXT run, I pitched this exact same thing about controlling my narrative and this is what I wanted to do with the EC3 character. The day I was released was when I sent them a vignette with verbatim, the exact words I used in the video released online.

While mine was shot in a real underground, this stuff was inauthentic and had no heart. When I saw Shane McMahon in the ring, it looked like manufactured, heartless, and desolate studio-based stuff.

The minute I sent them the video, I knew [the idea] was going to be stolen. I initially thought they would only steal parts of it, but I didn’t expect them to rip off the entire aesthetics [of the concept].”

WWE is done with RAW Underground for the time being, but EC3 thinks they got away with stealing the idea because they have a much larger audience than EC3’s video on YouTube.

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• Old School WWF Legend Would Have Celebrated His Birthday

Today would have been the 78th birthday of Old School WWF Legend Pedro Morales.

Pedro Morales was the first so called ‘Triple Crown Winner’, as he was the first wrestler to become a former WWWF/WWF World Heavyweight Champion, former WWF Intercontinental Champion and former WWF World Tag Team Champion.

Morales wrestled for the World Wide Wrestling Federation from 1970 until 1975 and then again for the now renamed World Wrestling Federation from 1980 till he retired in 1987.


October 22, 1942 – February 12, 2019

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