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Reason Behind WWE Not Using 2 RAW Wrestlers


• Reason Behind WWE Not Using 2 RAW Wrestlers

After the last COVID-19 outbreak on the WWE main roster, WWE stopped holding RAW Underground, which was seen as a way of spread of the virus in the company.

Dabba-Kato and Arturo Ruas were two fighters who usually appeared on RAW Underground, but they haven’t been seen on RAW since it was scrapped.

During the Draft in October, both men were picked by RAW, but they haven’t been used on main roster TV since then.

PWInsider is reporting that both of them are still considered to be a part of RAW, and have been at recent tapings as well. However, the officials think that they need “additional seasoning” before they can become full time wrestlers on the red brand.

Ruas was last seen on the 18th November episode of NXT, where he lost to KUSHIDA, while Dabba-Kato hasn’t worked any wrestling match since February.

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• On This Day In Pro Wrestling History (December 3, 2000) – ECW Massacre On 34th Street

On this day in Pro Wrestling history on December 3, 2000, ECW aired ‘ECW Massacre On 34th Street’ LIVE on PPV from the Hammerstein Ballroom in New York City, New York.

With Paul Heyman’s Extreme Championship Wrestling closing its doors for good around 1 month later, this event hardly featured any legendary ECW names, with the exception of Tommy Dreamer and maybe Rhino.

Here are the results:

– Christian York & Joey Matthews defeated Simon Diamond & Johnny Swinger

– EZ Money defeated Balls Mahoney

– Nova defeated Julio Dinero

– ECW World Tag Team Championship: Danny Doring & Amish Roadkill defeated The F.B.I. (c)

– C.W. Anderson defeated Tommy Dreamer

– ECW World TV Championship: Rhino (c) defeated Spike Dudley

– The Unholy Alliance defeated Super Crazy & Kid Kash

– 3-Way Dance – ECW World Heavyweight Championship: Steve Corino (c) defeated Jerry Lynn & Justin Credible

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