• Ric Flair Thinks Jeff Jarrett Should Give Him 10% Of His AEW Salary
On July 31st 2022, Ric Flair wrestled his last match. He teamed up with his son-in-law Andrade El Idolo to defeat Jeff Jarrett & Jay Lethal in a tag team match.
After getting released from WWE, Jarrett recently joined AEW and had his debut match in the company this past weekend.
At the AEW Full Gear 2022 pay-per-view, Sting & Darby Allin defeated Jarrett & Lethal.
On his To Be The Man podcast, The Nature Boy had the following to say about Jarrett wrestling in All Elite Wrestling:
“He got the rub! Him and Jay both! They’ll have them for another main event in a goddamn pay-per-view on AEW, what do you think? I feel like I should be getting 10% of their goddamn money.”
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• ON THIS DAY IN PRO WRESTLING HISTORY (November 23, 1996) – The Mass Transit Incident
On this day in Pro Wrestling history on November 23, 1996, ECW hosted an untelevised House Show at the Wonderland Greyhound Park in Revere, Massachusetts.
This event included the infamous “Mass Transit Incident” which saw the pro wrestling debut of 17 year old “Mass Transit” (Real name: Erich Kulas), who had lied to promoter Paul Heyman about his age and his professional wrestling training (he had none).
Before the Tag Match, Mass Transit requested New Jack to do the blade-job for him, but was eventually cut too deeply by the experienced Hardcore Wrestler, so the match turned into a bloodbath rather quickly.
Only Fan-Cam video footage exists of the incident.