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“Still doesn’t feel real” – Tony Khan On AEW’s Latest Signing

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• “Still doesn’t feel real” – Tony Khan On AEW’s Latest Signing

The original version of WWE NXT stable The Undisputed Era reunited on last night’s “Holiday Bash” edition of AEW Dynamite.

Kyle O’Reilly, whose WWE contract recently expired, showed up in All Elite Wrestling and helped Adam Cole in defeating Orange Cassidy.

You can watch it below:

AEW President Tony Khan wrote the following about this on Twitter:

“I’m still amazed that we were able to reunite @AdamColePro + @theBobbyFish + @KORcombat tonight on #AEWDynamite; it doesn’t seem like it should’ve been possible, still doesn’t feel real. The only reason it was possible was because of you great fans supporting @AEWonTNT! Thank you.”

O’Reilly issued the following statement after his AEW debut:

“Life is crazy and I’m very grateful that my professional wrestling abilities have taken me to a new frontier in which to explore my a$$-kicking ways. Proud to be apart of AEW and thanks to Tony Khan for the opportunity.

If you’re a fan of mine from elsewhere I hope you continue to support me. If you’re new to KOR prepare to see a man that pours his f’n soul into that ring every night and has an unquenchable thirst for cans of whoop a$$.

Also, reDRagon is back!!!”

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• Old School WCW Veteran Celebrates His Birthday

Old School WCW Veteran Jamie Knoble (Real name: James Gibson) celebrates his 45th birthday today.

Jamie performed in World Champion Wrestling’s famous Cruiserweight Division, first in 1999 as Jamie Howard, but by early 2000 as the masked “Jamie-San”, a member of The Jung Dragons.

By late 2000, he left the faction and wrestled as Jamie Knoble, until the promotion was sold to Vince McMahon in March 2001.

The WWF signed him right away, but sent him to their developmental wrestling companies, before the now renamed WWE had him debut on their SmackDown! roster in June 2002.


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