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Kevin Owens Gives A Big Update On His WWE Contract

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• Kevin Owens Gives A Big Update On His WWE Contract

Kevin Owens re-signed with WWE earlier this year and got to main event Night 1 of WrestleMania 38 against Stone Cold Steve Austin.

During an interview on Cheap Heat with Peter Rosenberg, Owens revealed that he has 2 years left on his WWE contract and he plans to re-sign again.

Below is what the former Universal Champion said:

“So now, I have 2 years left on my current contract, and I don’t see a reason why I wouldn’t sign another one when it’s done because I don’t feel like I’m anywhere near done, but who knows what can happen, right?

But at this stage in my career, I just really want to have fun and make sure I’m still putting out memorable stuff for people that are watching, but man, I look back at the career I had and if it all ended tomorrow, it would be hard to have any kind of regrets because I’ve really done some incredible stuff.

I’ve been very lucky to do what I’ve done and like I said, every other show, every other thing I get to experience is a bonus because I’m not really sure how I can have a better career than I’ve had already.

That’s not me tapping myself on the back. I’m just saying I’ve been very fortunate.”

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• On This Day In Pro Wrestling History (December 25, 1986) – AWA Brawl in St. Paul

On this day in Pro Wrestling history on December 25, 1986, Verne Gagne’s American Wrestling Association held ‘AWA Brawl in St. Paul’ at the St. Paul Civic Center in Saint Paul, Minnesota.

Here are the results:

Buck Zumhofe wrestled Buddy Wolfe to a time-limit draw

Earthquake Ferris defeated Brian Knobbs

Steve O defeated Boris Zhukov

Greg Gagne, Leon White (Vader) & Scott Hall defeated Larry Zbyszko, Mr. Saito & Super Ninja

Jimmy Snuka defeated Colonel DeBeers by count-out

AWA World Heavyweight Championship: Nick Bockwinkel (c) defeated Curt Hennig by DQ

Steel Cage: Marty Jannetty & Shawn Michaels defeated Buddy Roberts & Doug Somers

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