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Montez Ford Reacts To Getting Praised By Triple H & Others After Elimination Chamber 2023

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• Montez Ford Reacts To Getting Praised By Triple H & Others After Elimination Chamber 2023

Former Tag Team Champion Montez Ford went solo and competed in the Men’s Elimination Chamber match for the United States Championship.

Montez did some crazy stuff during the match. Below is an example:

Ford went for his Frog Splash finisher on Austin Theory, but Theory got his knees up. Seth Rollins then hit Ford with the Stomp. Theory then pinned Ford.

Montez was then helped to the back by the trainers.

According to Fightful Select, Montez is doing fine and the injury angle was only done to facilitate Logan Paul entering the Chamber to attack Rollins.

WWE’s Chief Content Officer Triple H tweeted the following about Ford after last night’s performance:

“Missed mentioning at the press conference…

But Montez Ford is a STAR.”

Logan also praised Montez. Below is what he tweeted:

“Montez Ford the real MVP.”

Many wrestlers have praised Montez in the past and see him as a singles star in the future and even think he’ll become WWE Champion someday, and that includes The Rock.

Montez wrote the following about his Elimination Chamber performance on Instagram:

“I didn’t succeed last night in winning the U.S. Championship, but YOU ALL didn’t fail on me. Thank you to all the WWE Universe, my family, friends, colleagues, & all the support heading into Elimination Chamber last night.

I prayed I gave you something(s) to remember in spite of my shortcomings.

Thank & God Bless you all, stay safe, love/support each other & this is just the BEGINNING.



Also Read: Update On Brock Lesnar & Bobby Lashley After Elimination Chamber 2023

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• Old School ECW Veteran Celebrates His Birthday

Old School ECW Veteran Tommy Cairo celebrates his 65th birthday today.

Tommy Cairo is mostly remembered for his time in Tod Gordon’s Philadelphia based NWA Eastern Championship Wrestling promotion, where he won the short-lived ECW Pennsylvania Championship, a title that was retired a few months later.

Shortly after the company withdrew from the National Wrestling Alliance and was renamed “Extreme Championship Wrestling”, he left and returned to working on the independent scene, before he retired from active in ring competition in 2000.


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