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Kenny Omega Set To Main Event Upcoming Impact Wrestling PPVs, Major Match Being Planned

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• Kenny Omega Set To Main Event Upcoming Impact Wrestling PPVs, Major Match Being Planned

AEW World Champion Kenny Omega appeared on last week’s episode of Impact Wrestling and teased a “belt collector” gimmick, where he would go to various wrestling promotions and compete for top titles.

On last week’s show, Impact World Champion Rich Swann wasn’t allowed to go to the parking lot because Omega had it locked down and Swann wasn’t in the list. Swann was insulted on purpose to tease a future feud with Omega.

According to the Wrestling Observer, Omega is scheduled to main event upcoming Impact Wresting PPVs and a “Title vs. Title” match with Swann is being planned:

“They certainly teased the idea of [Kenny] Omega vs. Impact Champion Rich Swann coming with both belts at stake. We do know that Omega will make appearances on Impact television, including back on 12/15, and headline at least some Impact PPV shows.”

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• Old School WWF Manager Would Have Celebrated His Birthday

Today would have been the 86th birthday of Old School Wrestling Legend José Lothario (Real name: Guadalupe Robledo).

José Lothario wrestled for several National Wrestling Alliance territories during his professional wrestling career, which eventually made him an NWA Hall of Famer.

He trained Shawn Michaels in the early 80s and by 1996 became Michaels’ manager in the World Wrestling Federation before the legendary WrestleMania 12 Iron Man match, where José led The Heartbreak Kid to win the WWF World Heavyweight Championship.

The last time Lothario was in Shawn’s corner was at the 1997 Royal Rumble PPV, where HBK won the title for the second time.


December 12, 1934 – November 6, 2018

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