• Shayna Baszler Reacts To The Undertaker’s Comments About WWE Wrestlers Playing Video Games
As noted before, The Undertaker made headlines this week after he expressed his thoughts on WWE’s current product and its talent.
The Deadman compared the time wrestlers carried weapons in their bags to today’s locker room playing video games backstage.
Former Women’s Tag Team Champion Shayna Baszler, who’s an avid gamer, took to Twitter today to respond to Taker’s comments.
The Queen Of Spades said that she carries both weapons with full precautions and plays video games.
“For the record, I both carry weapons (w/continuous study & training) & play video games.”
For the record, I both carry weapons (w/continuous study & training) & play video games.
— Shayna Baszler (@QoSBaszler) January 23, 2021
Baszler is set to take part in the 2021 Women’s Royal Rumble match in a week from Sunday.
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• On This Day In Pro Wrestling History (January 23, 1984) – WWF MSG House Show (HULK HOGAN WINS THE TITLE)
On this day in Pro Wrestling history on January 23, 1984, the World Wrestling Federation held a televised house show at the world’s most famous arena, Madison Square Garden in New York City, New York.
“The Incredible” Hulk Hogan won his very first WWF World Heavyweight Championship that night, when he defeated WWF Champion The Iron Sheik in the most famous arena on the planet.
Not only did HULKAMANIA take over the World Wrestling Federation that day, it also marks the beginning of Vince McMahon’s promotion becoming a national (and years later also international) sensation, as opposed to the regional territory thing it had been up to that point.
Regardless if you like the Hulkster or not, literally ALL Pro Wrestling historians, journalists, experts & dirt sheet writers agree that Hogan put professional wrestling on the map that day. There is nothing left to be added. Period.
Here are the results from that night:
– Tony Garea pinned Jose Luis Rivera
– The Invaders wrestled Mr. Fuji & Tiger Chung Lee to a 20-minute time-limit draw
– The Masked Superstar pinned Chief Jay Strongbow
– Sgt. Slaughter defeated Ivan Putski by count-out
– Paul Orndorff pinned Salvatore Bellomo
– WWF IC Championship: Don Muraco (c) wrestled Tito Santana to a double DQ
– 2 out of 3 falls: The Haiti Kid & Tiger Jackson defeated Dana Carpenter & Pancho Boy
– Jimmy Snuka pinned Rene Goulet
– Andre the Giant, Rocky Johnson & Tony Atlas defeated Afa, Sika & Samula
– WWF World Championship: Hulk Hogan (sub. for Bob Backlund) pinned The Iron Sheik (c)