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Stone Cold Steve Austin On How He “Effed Himself” At RAW Reunion, Estimated PPV Buys For AEW All Out Revealed

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• On This Day In Pro Wrestling History (September 6, 1988) – Old School Veteran Passed Away

On this day in 1988, we lost Old School Wrestling Veteran “Bad Bad” Leroy Brown (Real name: Roland Daniels) at the young age of 37 due to a heart attack.

He wrestled for several territories such as Georgia Championship Wrestling and Jim Crockett Promotions, among many others.

He also competed at the ‘NWA Starrcade 1984’ event under the name Elijah Akeem, as one half of The Zambuie Express.


• Stone Cold Steve Austin On How He “Effed Himself” At RAW Reunion

During a recent edition of the Steve Austin Show podcast, WWE Hall of Famer Stone Cold Steve Austin talked about partying hard with Ric Flair prior to the RAW Reunion episode.

Austin talked about how he “effed himself” by the time he appeared on RAW for his segment. Below is what Austin said:

“By the time I showed up at Monday Night RAW, I had stayed up so late with [Flair] two nights in a row. And then, [Flair] brought in this cast of characters. And by the time we got to the RAW reunion, I was talking to the WWE Superstars for like eight hours before we went on air.

By the time I went out to go cut my promo, my voice was basically gone because I had partied too hard with [Flair] and then talked my voice out, so I effed myself is what I did.”

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• Estimated PPV Buys For AEW All Out Revealed

According to Dave Meltzer of the Wrestling Observer, AEW’s All Out PPV did an estimated 100,000 buys (PPV buys + Fite TV + B/R Live):

“The only straight number we have, which is U.S. television PPV, looks to be about 28,000 buys. Double or Nothing as of a few days after was closer to 35,000 and ended up 39,000, so this should have another ten to 12 percent added to that number when all is said and done. All this together would indicate something around 100,000.”

Wrestling Observer noted back in June that AEW’s Double Or Nothing PPV did somewhere between 98,500 and 113,000 buys.

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