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Top RAW Wrestlers Possibly Turning Babyface In Ongoing Feud

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• Top RAW Wrestlers Possibly Turning Babyface In Ongoing Feud

On last night’s episode of RAW, Alexa Bliss hosted “A Moment of Bliss” with special guest Randy Orton.

During the segment, Bliss jumped onto Orton’s arms as “The Fiend” Bray Wyatt entered the ring. Orton gave Bliss back to The Fiend, and got out of the ring. Orton then asked him “who’s laughing now?”

During Wrestling Observer Radio, Dave Meltzer noted that WWE officials believe that “Orton is the master heel”, and he’ll help turn The Fiend and Bliss into babyfaces in the coming weeks.

Although The Fiend and Bliss haven’t shown any signs of turning babyface yet, The Fiend asking Orton to hand over Bliss to him may be an indication that Orton will play the bad guy in this feud.

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• Old School Wrestling Veteran Would Have Celebrated His Birthday

Today would have been the 89th birthday of Old School Wrestling Veteran Klondike Bill (Real name: William Soloweyko).

After Klondike Bill was trained by Stu Hart in the famous Dungeon of the Hart Family house in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, he wrestled all over the territories during the 60s & 70s, performing for promotions such as Calgary Stampede Wrestling, the World Wide Wrestling Federation, Jim Crockett Promotions, NWA Tri-State, NWA Georgia, NWA Central States, among many others.

When Bill retired from active professional wrestling, he became a road agent for Ted Turner’s World Championship Wrestling.

Despite passing away in 2000, some of the younger fans also got to know him, when Old School NWA/WCW commentator Tony Schiavone continued to mention him in many episodes of his famous podcast “What Happened When”, also featuring podcast host Conrad Thompson.


December 1, 1931 – October 3, 2000

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