• Vince McMahon’s Health Isn’t Great These Days, Says Former WWE Wrestler
Former WWE Intercontinental Champion Ryback keeps himself up to date about what’s going on in WWE, and what his former boss, Vince McMahon, has been doing, so that he can shoot on them in every few weeks on his podcast.
According to The Big Guy, the WWE CEO’s health isn’t great these days.
You can read his tweet below:
“Despite the pain and frustration the @wwe has caused me since walking away I want to send love their way towards @vincemcmahon as I’ve heard his health isn’t great these days. Hopefully he can find the strength to overcome so he can witness me kicking his a$$ fully for.”
Despite the pain and frustration the @wwe has caused me since walking away I want to send love their way towards @vincemcmahon as I’ve heard his health isn’t great these days. Hopefully he can find the strength to overcome so he can witness me kicking his ass fully for #Ryback ❤️
— The Big Guy (@Ryback) December 26, 2020
The Big Guy had us in the first half, but it seems like he only wants McMahon healthy so he can keep on bashing him on his podcast and continue his fight against WWE.
Previously, The Big Guy stated that his beef with McMahon is not restricted to this world, as he vowed to “haunt his soul from above” if he dies.
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• On This Day In Pro Wrestling History (December 26, 1988) – NWA Starrcade 1988
On this day in Pro Wrestling history on December 26, 1988, Ted Turner’s World Championship Wrestling aired ‘NWA Starrcade 1988’ LIVE on PPV from the Norfolk Scope in Norfolk, Virginia.
This was the first PPV after billionaire Ted Turner bought Jim Crockett Promotions and renamed it World Championship Wrestling (WCW).
The main event featured NWA World Heavyweight Champion “The Nature Boy” Ric Flair defending his title against the #1 contender Lex Luger.
Here are the results:
– NWA United States Tag Team Championship: Steve Williams & Kevin Sullivan def. The Fantastics (c)
– The Midnight Express def. The Original Midnight Express
– The Russian Assassins def. Junkyard Dog & Ivan Koloff
– NWA World Television Championship: Rick Steiner def. Mike Rotunda (c)
– NWA United States Heavyweight Championship: Barry Windham (c) def. Bam Bam Bigelow by count-out
– NWA World Tag Team Championship: Sting & Dusty Rhodes def. The Road Warriors (c) by DQ
– NWA World Heavyweight Championship: Ric Flair (c) def. Lex Luger