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Top AEW Wrestler Says He Doesn’t Need The AEW World Championship

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• Top AEW Wrestler Says He Doesn’t Need The AEW World Championship

In the main event of tonight’s AEW Dynamite, Miro (fka Rusev in WWE) defeated Darby Allin to win the TNT Championship.

After Dynamite went off the air, Darby cut a promo and said the following about his loss:

“When I became TNT Champion, I told everybody it was the only championship that meant anything to me. And I mean that 100%.

People ask me, ‘When are going to win the big one? When are you going to win the AEW Championship?’ I look them dead in the eye and said, ‘I don’t need that sh*t. I need the TNT Championship.’

I don’t need to collect any other belts from anywhere else in this world. I need the TNT Championship. And I guarantee you — every single one of you here — this is not the last time I am TNT Champion.

Thank you for all the support. It means the world to me.”

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• ON THIS DAY IN WWE HISTORY (May 12, 2002) – WWE Sunday Night HEAT (First Ever WWE Episode)

On this day in 2002, World Wrestling Entertainment aired an episode of their weekly TV show ‘WWE Sunday Night HEAT’.

This was the first episode of the show under the “WWE” name. The promotion legally changed its name from “World Wrestling Federation” (WWF) to “World Wrestling Entertainment” (WWE) a few days earlier on May 6th, 2002.

This episode was pre-taped at the Hartford Civic Center in Hartford, Connecticut and featured matches & storyline segments on the road to the ‘WWE Judgment Day 2002’ PPV.

The match-card can be found right here:

1. Rob Van Dam vs. Goldust

2. WWF Intercontinental Title: Eddie Guerrero vs. Tommy Dreamer

3. Matt Hardy vs. Mr. Perfect

        
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