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NJPW Star Teases Showing Up In WWE

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• NJPW Star Teases Showing Up In WWE

On last week’s episode of AEW Dynamite, The Superkliq attacked Roppongi Vice. NJPW Star “The Switchblade” Jay White then crossed the Forbidden Door to make his AEW Debut and joined in on the attack.

AEW President Tony Khan later revealed that he brought White to Dynamite because he messed up his definition of the “Forbidden Door” while hyping Keith Lee’s mystery debut on the same episode.

Below is what Tony tweeted:

“I didn’t secure @JayWhiteNZ until Sunday. I realized after the fact that Friday night I butchered my own definition of Forbidden Door in hyping tonight. I heard the fans’ feedback, & wanted to ensure that tonight was a special #AEWDynamite for all. Thank you everyone who watched!”

He also appeared on last week’s Rampage:

After this, White appeared on the Strong Style Podcast and teased showing up in WWE as well:

“Monday RAW. Who knows? Maybe I’ll be on Dynamite on Wednesday, you’ve got Thursday on Impact, then you’ve got Friday on Rampage, and hey, maybe SmackDown as well.

I can see myself – at this rate, I can see myself showing up there as well. And then you go Saturday, I’m back on Impact again.”

Jay White (age 29) is a former IWGP Heavyweight Champion in New Japan Pro Wrestling.

He will face Trent Beretta on this Friday’s AEW Rampage.

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• ON THIS DAY IN NWA HISTORY (February 16, 1985) – NWA World Wide Wrestling

On this day in 1985, Jim Crockett Promotions aired an episode of their weekly TV show ‘NWA World Wide Wrestling’.

This episode included pre-taped matches, interviews & storyline segments on the road to the ‘NWA The Great American Bash 1985’ event.

The card can be found below:

– Nikita Koloff & Khrusher Khruschev vs. Mark Fleming & Gene Ligon

– Clip of Russians attacking Don Kernodle

– Dory Funk Jr. vs. Denny Brown

– Manny Fernandez vs. Joel Deaton

– Barbarian vs. Frank Lang

– Buzz Tyler vs. Tully Blanchard

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