• WWE VIDEO HISTORY (April 16, 2007) – WWE Monday Night RAW
On this day in 2007, World Wrestling Entertainment aired another LIVE episode of their weekly TV show ‘WWE Monday Night RAW’.
This episode was broadcasted from the Dutch Forum in Milan, Italy (Europe) and featured matches, interviews & storyline segments on the road to the ‘WWE Backlash 2007’ PPV.
Here’s the card:
1. WWE Intercontinental Title: Umaga vs. Santino Marella
2. Ric Flair & Carlito vs. World’s Greatest Tag Team
3. Eugene vs. Johnny Nitro
4. Jeff Hardy vs. Lance Cade
5. Chris Masters vs. Super Crazy
6. John Cena vs. Edge & Randy Orton
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• Main Roster Wrestler Says Goodbye To WWE
WWE main roster wrestler Alexander Wolfe (of SAnitY) said goodbye to WWE in a Twitter post.
Below is what he posted:
“We (SanitY) made out TV debut October 2016 for NXT at Full Sail University in Orlando,FL. We had a great time in NXT and we accomplished a lot:
– NXT Tag Team Champions
– NXT Tag Team of the year 2017
– 1st ever NXT/WWE WAR GAMES Match
– Performed in front of about 15k people at a sold out Takeover PPV
– Growing together as athletes and performers
The whole group is like a family to me. I made 3 good friends over the last 3 years and I am really grateful for that. It was without a doubt a great time. Thank you guys for everything!
Thank you to the entire SD locker room. Thank you for the good vibes, laughs and wisdom. I appreciate all of you and I wish you all the best for your future careers.
Thank you to the fans who supported us and never stopped believing in us. I appreciate you as well and trust me I speak for all 4 of us.
It’s time to leave this behind and walk a different path.
— Alexander Wolf[e] (@TheWWEWolfe) April 17, 2019
As we noted before, SAnitY was broken up during the Superstar Shake-Up when their leader, Eric Young, was shifted to RAW.
While Wolfe is indicating that he’s done with WWE, ProWrestlingSheet is reporting that he’s still under WWE contract and might be sent to NXT.
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