• Vince Russo Explains Why He Can’t Take AEW Seriously
CM Punk joined Tony Khan’s All Elite Wrestling in 2021 and won the AEW World Title twice (and got injured during both reigns), but got suspended over a backstage brawl with The Elite, that took place after the All Out 2022 PPV.
On a recent episode of Dynamite, AEW EVPs Kenny Omega & Young Bucks mocked Punk in Chicago.
Former WCW World Heavyweight Champion & former WWF/WCW writer Vince Russo took to Twitter to explain why he can’t take All Elite Wrestling seriously.
Here’s what Russo tweeted:
“@AEW Marks can’t UNDERSTAND why I don’t take their company seriously? Your initial audience on @TBSNetwork is down 600K from where you started OVER 3 years ago. So what do you do? You have three EVPs of the Company mock a Wrestler who’s no longer there. Who’s the Joke on?”
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• On This Day In Pro Wrestling History (December 5, 2004) – TNA Turning Point 2004 *Randy Savage’s Only TNA Match*
On this day in Pro Wrestling history on December 5, 2004, Total Nonstop Action aired ‘TNA Turning Point 2004’ LIVE on PPV from the Impact Zone in Orlando, Florida.
This pay-per-view featured Old School WWF Legend ‘The Macho Man’ Randy Savage in his first, last and only TNA match.
Here are the results:
NWA World Tag Team Championship: Team Canada defeated 3Live Kru (c)
Sonny Siaki, Héctor Garza & Sonjay Dutt defeated Kid Kash, Michael Shane & Kazarian
Serengeti Survival: Monty Brown defeated Abyss
Pat Kenney & Johnny B. Badd defeated The New York Connection
Diamond Dallas Page defeated Raven
TNA X Division Championship: Petey Williams (c)
Six Sides of Steel: America’s Most Wanted defeated Triple X
AJ Styles, Jeff Hardy & Macho Man Randy Savage defeated Jeff Jarrett, Kevin Nash & Scott Hall