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“This ones for you Shad” – RAW Wrestler Paid Tribute To Shad Gaspard At TLC 2020

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• “This ones for you Shad” – RAW Wrestler Paid Tribute To Shad Gaspard At TLC 2020

At last night’s TLC 2020 pay-per-view, The Hurt Business ensured that they end 2020 on a high note as they brought more gold to their stable.

The team of Cedric Alexander and Shelton Benjamin defeated Kofi Kingston & Xavier Woods of The New Day to win the RAW Tag Team Championship.

During the ending moments of the match, Shelton was about to pin Kofi, but Cedric tagged himself in, hit his finisher on Kofi and then pinned him to pick up the win for his team.

The entire Hurt Business, along with United States Champion Bobby Lashley, celebrated on the stage after the RAW Tag Team Title win.

MVP Shelton Benjamin Bobby Lashley Cedric Alexander WWE TLC 2020

Shelton revealed on Instagram that he dedicated this victory to his late friend, former WWE wrestler Shad Gaspard (who passed away earlier this year after saving his son).

Here’s what Shelton posted:

“This ones for you Shad.”


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• Old School WCW Veteran Celebrates His Birthday

Old School WCW Veteran Fury (Marcus “Marc” Laurinaitis) turns 55 today.

During the 80s, Marc was known as “The Terminator”, wrestling for several territories, such as Championship Wrestling From Florida (CWF), the Universal Wrestling Federation (UWF) and All Japan Pro Wrestling (AJPW).

In 1993, he formed a Tag Team with Rage (Al Green) called ‘The Wrecking Crew’ and together they wrestled for Ted Turner’s World Championship Wrestling, but never made it past mid-card status.

Marc is the real life brother of Old School NWA/WWF/WCW Legend Road Warrior Animal (Joseph Laurinaitis) and Old School NWA/AJPW Veteran Johnny Ace (former RAW GM John Laurinaitis).


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