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Original AEW World Title Plans Thrown Out The Window Due To Bryan Danielson

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• Original AEW World Title Plans Thrown Out The Window Due To Bryan Danielson

During an interview with CBS Sports, AEW President Tony Khan talked about the AEW World Championship picture and how his original plans for the Title are out the window due to Bryan Danielson.

Here’s what Khan said:

“I think a lot has changed in recent months and some huge stars have come into AEW. The No. 1 contender now is Bryan Danielson. I think that’s the biggest rivalry in AEW and maybe all of wrestling right now. Bryan Danielson vs. ‘Hangman’ Page.

Bryan Danielson, I can tell you officially as the rankings committee, Bryan Danielson is still the No. 1 contender, and I’m very excited for the resolution of this situation.

So any plans that we might’ve had in advance really have to go out the window when you have such a great No. 1 contender stepping into the situation. And so many other huge wrestlers have joined AEW just in recent months.

Huge names like CM Punk, Adam Cole, Malakai Black, Andrade El Idolo and many others. There is a great title picture and a lot of other great wrestlers in AEW who I think could be great champions like PAC, MJF, Jungle Boy, Sammy Guevara, Darby Allin and so many other great wrestlers potentially who could step up.”

Bryan Danielson will face “Hangman” Adam Page for the AEW World Championship once again, this coming Wednesday on AEW Dynamite’s debut on TBS.

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• Old School Wrestling Veteran Would Have Celebrated His Birthday

Today would have been the 54th birthday of Old School Wrestling Veteran Mike Anthony (Real name: Michael Joseph Lozansky).

He used to work as an undercard talent for Extreme Championship Wrestling, World Championship Wrestling and the World Wrestling Federation, but mostly worked the smaller, less important shows, where he put the main roster wrestlers over.


January 1, 1968 – December 19, 2003

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