Attitude Era Veteran Al Snow has purchased WWE’s former developmental territory, Ohio Valley Wrestling (OVW).
During a recent interview with FITE TV, Al Snow talked about Danny Davis running OVW for 21 years and what he plans to do in the company.
Below is what Snow said:
“What I have in mind is to create a great developmental center for wrestling talent to come find themselves, learn their craft, and learn it from truly experienced professional wrestler. I’ve always said that when you attend a wrestling school, or a wrestling training academy of any sort, that you take it much like if you were going to a university. If you want to go for accounting, you go in, you pay your tuition, you ask the Dean, ‘Ok, what’s my professor?’ and he goes, ‘this guy’s really good, he’s very talented.’ Well great! Who’s he work for? What’s he done? What kind of experience he has?
Well, he’s never really went anywhere, he’s never really done anything, but he’s really good, he’s at the top of his class. That’s great, but if he doesn’t have experience, that means he has no real knowledge. If he has no real knowledge, there’s no way that he can communicate to you what you need to know. So you better take advance of any opportunities that may come up for you.”
• Possible Spoiler On Top RAW Star Going To SmackDown Live After Superstar Shakeup
It looks like top RAW star Asuka might be going to SmackDown Live after next week’s Superstar Shakeup as she’s being advertised for the June 10th SmackDown Live Event in Tupelo, Mississippi at the BancorpSouth Arena.
It should be noted that prior to WrestleMania 34, Charlotte Flair vs. Carmella for the SmackDown Women’s Championship was being advertised for last night’s episode, thus implying that Charlotte would retain the Title at WrestleMania 34 and then face Carmella on the post-WrestleMania 34 edition of SmackDown Live.
That’s exactly what ended up happening – Charlotte defeated Asuka at WrestleMania and then Carmella cashed-in her Money in the Bank contract last night and defeated Charlotte to win the Title.
You can watch Carmella’s Title win below: