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Nick Gage Has ‘Bloody Plans’ For His AEW Debut Match

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• Nick Gage Has ‘Bloody Plans’ For His AEW Debut Match

We previously reported that Hardcore Wrestling veteran Nick Gage made his debut for Tony Khan’s All Elite Wrestling last week, and he will wrestle WWF Legend Chris Jericho in a No-DQ match this week.

While completely unknown to most wrestling fans world wide, Indy wrestler Nick Gage was featured in a recent season 3 episode of Dark Side of the Ring, which basically made him popular and famous over night.

Here’s what the the Deathmatch specialist tweeted recently:

“Yea i just want everyone to know me & MJF aint boys most of the time id smack a dude like him around but sometimes in the streets $ talks and ill def accept a large amount of $ to make chris jericho bleed & if the price is right ill end his career just bein honest sorry bud MDK”

Nick Gage also released a video message, in which he said the following:

“You’re asking me about the Painmaker, well guess what, I don’t give a f**k what his name is. It could be Chris Jericho, it could be Painmaker, Pacemaker, or whatever. I’m going to go in that ring and I’m going to leave that ring with a weapon in my motherf**king hand with blood dripping off of it.

Because I’d rather die in that ring than to lose to that motherf**ker. I’m going to represent for all my Death Match Warriors out there because I’m going to carve him up from head to toe so when that Painmaker looks in the mirror every day when he wakes up, he’s going to know the God of this sh*t did that to him. You know what it is. It’s MDK all motherf**king day.”

Also Read: Jim Cornette Bashes AEW For Booking Nick Gage On Their Show

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• Old School WCW Veteran Celebrates His Birthday

Old School WCW Veteran Shannon Moore celebrates his 42nd birthday today.

Shannon Moore wrestled for Ted Turner’s World Championship Wrestling from 1999 till 2001.

The former WCW Hardcore Champion is probably best remembered for being a member of the boy band faction “3 Count”.

The last time we saw him was in 2012 on TNA iMPACT Wrestling TV, but after that he just sort of disappeared from main stream wrestling.


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