• Tony Khan Wants To Bring Former WWE Wrestler To AEW Again
Former NXT Cruiserweight Champion Lio Rush made his All Elite Wrestling debut earlier this year at the AEW Double Or Nothing 2021 pay-per-view.
He competed in the Casino Battle Royale that night, but failed to win the match.
After this one-off appearance, Rush announced that he signed a contract with NJPW, but soon announced his retirement from Professional Wrestling.
However, AEW President Tony Khan wants to bring him back to his promotion. Here’s what he tweeted:
“I see a lot of tweets talking about Lio Rush today. Coincidentally, I’ve been talking to @TheLionelGreen a lot recently about returning to @AEW, and it feels like something that could happen in the near future.”
I see a lot of tweets talking about Lio Rush today. Coincidentally, I’ve been talking to @TheLionelGreen a lot recently about returning to @AEW, and it feels like something that could happen in the near future.
— Tony Khan (@TonyKhan) September 9, 2021
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• On This Day In Pro Wrestling History (September 9, 2012) – TNA No Surrender 2012
On this day in Pro Wrestling history on September 9, 2012, TNA No Surrender 2012 PPV took place at the Impact Zone in Universal Orlando.
This was the 8th and last TNA No Surrender event that aired on pay-per-view between 2005 and 2012.
The name of the event was brought back in 2013 as a TV special.
Below are the results:
– Bound for Glory Series: Jeff Hardy defeated Samoa Joe
– Bound for Glory Series: Bully Ray defeated James Storm
– TNA Knockouts Championship: Miss Tessmacher (c) defeated Tara
– TNA X-Division Championship: Zema Ion (c) defeated Sonjay Dutt
– Rob Van Dam defeated Magnus
– TNA World Tag Team Championship: Bad Influence (c) defeated AJ Styles & Kurt Angle
– Bound for Glory Series: Jeff Hardy defeated Bully Ray