• Update On Shane McMahon’s WWE Future
Vince McMahon’s 53-year-old son Shane McMahon returned on Night 2 of WrestleMania 39 at the SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, California, as The Miz’s mystery opponent, but during the first spot in the ring, Shane O’Mac tore his quad and couldn’t continue the match.
During a recent episode of ‘Mailbag Monday’ on AdFreeShows, old school WWF referee Mike Chioda revealed that Shane McMahon won’t let his in-ring career end like that and will be back for another match, as soon as he’s done with the recovery process.
Here’s what Chioda said:
“Shane O’Mac will be back in that ring, brother. He’s working out hard right now. He’s gonna be back. I wish him a speedy recovery.
I felt bad and I seen he couldn’t get back up. I said ‘No, this is not a work’. He wouldn’t come back and …
I just wish him a speedy recovery and all of the best.”
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• On This Day In Pro Wrestling History (May 2, 1987) – AWA Superclash 2
On this day in Pro Wrestling history on May 2, 1987, Verne Gagne’s American Wrestling Association aired ‘AWA Superclash II’ from the Cow Palace in San Francisco, California.
As opposed to Superclash I & Superclash III, this event featured mainly AWA wrestlers, while not featuring any NWA or WCCW talents.
Here are the results:
Sheik Adnan Al-Kaissy defeated Buck Zumhofe
DJ Peterson wrestled Super Ninja to a time-limit-draw
AWA World Women’s Championship: Sherri Martel (c) defeated Madusa Miceli
AWA World Heavyweight Championship: Curt Hennig defeated Nick Bockwinkel (c)
The Midnight Rockers & Ray Stevens defeated Buddy Wolfe, Doug Somers & Kevin Kelly
Jerry Blackwell defeated Boris Zhukov
Jimmy Snuka & Russ Francis defeated The Terrorist & The Mercenary