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Lana Spoiled Rusev’s Return To AEW Dynamite Last Night

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• Lana Spoiled Rusev’s Return To AEW Dynamite Last Night

Last night’s episode of AEW Dynamite featured the fallout from Sunday’s Double Or Nothing 2022 pay-per-view, where CM Punk won the AEW World Championship.

AEW President Tony Khan announced that former WWE Intercontinental Champion John Morrison, now known as Johnny Elite, will wrestle on Dynamite.

Below is the announcement Tony made:

“After earning his first @AEW win last weekend #JohnnyElite returns to #AEWDynamite tonight aiming to work his way to the top!

For AEW’s LA debut, hometown hero Johnny has signed an open contract to fight anyone in @AEW!

Who will he face on Dynamite on TBS @ 8pm ET/7pm CT tonight?”

Morrison’s opponent was revealed to be the returning former TNT Champion Miro (fka Rusev in WWE), who went on to pick up the win.

Miro said his neck of sand has been repaired, but now his heart is broken and he is coming to take God’s home.

Miro’s wife, former WWE Diva Lana, spoiled his return when she tweeted the following:

“Suddenly want to go see AEW tonight for some reason. 🤔”

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• Old School WCW Veteran Celebrates His Birthday

Old School WCW/TNA Veteran AJ Styles (Real name: Allen Jones) celebrates his 45th birthday today.

AJ Styles joined Ted Turner’s World Championship Wrestling in early 2001, where he was put in a Tag Team with Air Paris, but when the company was sold to Vince McMahon in March neither one of them had their contracts picked up by the World Wrestling Federation.

Styles did have quite a few try-out matches, dark matches and even a minor televised match (on Jakked/Metal) for the WWF in 2001 & 2002, but eventually ended up signing with Jeff Jarrett’s new NWA-TNA promotion, where he made a name for himself by winning the X-Division Championship, as well as the NWA World Heavyweight Championship, among other titles.

He stayed with Total Nonstop Action! for almost 12 years until early 2014, before he left to wrestle on the indies and eventually ended up with the WWE in January 2016.


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