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The New Day ‘Hurt’ After Their Break Up, Heavy Machinery Reacts To Their Own Break Up

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• The New Day ‘Hurt’ After Their Break Up, Heavy Machinery Reacts To Their Own Break Up

On the 2020 Draft edition of SmackDown, Kofi Kingston and Xavier Woods returned to in-ring action and defeated Cesaro and Shinsuke Nakamura to win the SmackDown Tag Team Championship.

Soon after that, Stephanie McMahon announced that Kingston and Woods were drafted to RAW, while Big E was retained by SmackDown.

Kingston commented the following about it:

“Man, What a whirlwind of emotions tonight…”

Woods also reacted to a little fan being sad over New Day’s break up.

“This hurts. Please tell him I said it’s gonna be alright”

Big E said the following about the breakup on Talking Smack:

“It’s hard to put into words how much the last 6 years has meant to all of us. To think that could be gone, or paused, or on hiatus or whatever it is…hurts. It hurts on a real level because as cliche as it might be to say these are my brothers, but when I saw them today man, I was moved.

I mean the three of us haven’t been together since January or February and haven’t wrestled together since October of last year — we’re talking about a whole year. We all know Kofi doesn’t have many years left, you know [everyone laughed].”

Not only The New Day, but Heavy Machinery also parted ways as Otis was retained by SmackDown, while Tucker went to RAW.

Otis tweeted the following about it:

“2 HEARTS

1 SOUL

I LOVE YOU BIG BROTHER ✊🏻 “

Tucker reacted by saying “Forever Brother ✊🏼 “.

He also tweeted:

“A brotherhood unlike any other.

Love you man, see you around.”

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• Old School ECW Legend Celebrates His Birthday

Old School ECW Legend Taz (Real name: Peter Senercia) celebrates his 53rd birthday today.

As The Tazmaniac, he made a name for himself as a member of the NWA Eastern Championship Wrestling roster in 1993, before the promotion changed its name in 1994 to Extreme Championship Wrestling.

Now known as Taz, he stayed with the company till he was signed to a World Wrestling Federation contract in late 1999.

During his WWF Debut at the ‘WWF Royal Rumble 2000’ PPV, he gained a win against undefeated Kurt Angle.

The WWF added a “z” to his name, which is why he was called Tazz from that point onwards.

Despite retiring in 2002, he stayed with the WWF till 2009, working as a commentator for WWF/E SmackDown!.

HAPPY BIRTHDAY TAZZ!

        
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