• Old School WWF Veteran Celebrates His Birthday
Old School WWF New Generation Era Superstar Quebecer Pierre, later known as Jean-Pierre Lafitte (Real name: Carl Ouellet) turns 52 today.
He first debuted on WWF TV in 1993 with his fellow Canadian Tag Team partner Jacques Rougeau (formerly known as The Mountie) as The Quebecers.
They also had a brief stint in Ted Turner’s WCW in 1996 & 1997 as The Amazing French Canadians, before returning to the World Wrestling Federation in 1998.
Nowadays he’s still an active wrestler on the independent scene, calling himself PCO (short for Pierre Carl Ouellet) and is the current ROH Champion.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY PIERRE!
• Randy Orton Injured While Trying To Hit The RKO (Videos)
At last night’s WWE Live Event in Hershey, Pennsylvania, Randy Orton vs. AJ Styles only lasted a few minutes as Orton got injured and wasn’t able to perform.
Orton was going for the RKO on Styles, but Styles pushed Orton away to save himself and Orton landed awkwardly on his knee and got hurt.
Orton was then helped to the back. There’s no other information available regarding Orton’s injury at this point, but we’ll keep you updated.
Below are a couple of videos from this event:
Below are the results from this Live Event:
– Triple Threat Tag Team Match For The RAW Tag Team Championship: The Viking Raiders (c) def. The O.C. & The Street Profits to retain the Titles
– Drew McIntyre def. No Way Jose
– Aleister Black def. Buddy Murphy
– Randy Orton vs. AJ Styles ended in a No-Contest when Orton got injured
– Triple Threat Match For The RAW Women’s Championship: Becky Lynch (c) def. Charlotte Flair & Asuka to retain the Title
– The Singh Brothers def. R-Truth (c) to capture the 24/7 Title
– R-Truth def. The Singh Brothers (c) to regain the 24/7 Title
– Triple Threat Match For The United States Championship: Andrade (c) def. Ricochet & Bobby Lashley to retain the Title
– No Holds Barred Match: Seth Rollins def. Kevin Owens