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Why Gunther Didn’t Lose Via Submission On Last Night’s SmackDown

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• Why Gunther Didn’t Lose Via Submission On Last Night’s SmackDown

In the main event of last night’s SmackDown, Gunther managed to retain the Intercontinental Championship by pinning Sheamus.

This match featured some controversy, as it looked like Gunther tapped out to Sheamus’ submission move.

Gunther tapped his hand on the mat twice, right in front of the referee, but the referee thought he was just trying to get out of the move, so she didn’t call for the bell.

Sheamus wasn’t happy about it. He posted the video of it on Twitter and wrote:

“VAR: Tap. Tap. Submit. Call it #robbery”

This led to Ludwig Kaiser of Imperium tweeting the following:

“Not only is it our responsibility to restore the honor of our sport, but also to educate fans and sports entertainers about our sport.

3x taps = submission

Still your rightful Intercontinental Champion: @Gunther_AUT

You’re welcome.”

WWE Referee Jessika Carr tweeted the following video about it:

It looks like we’re going to get another match between them with the Intercontinental Title on the line.

But before that, Sheamus’ Brawling Brutes stable (him, Butch & Ridge Holland) will take on Gunther’s Imperium stable (him, Ludwig & Giovanni Vinci) in a Donnybrook Match at tonight’s Extreme Rules 2022 premium live event.

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• ON THIS DAY IN WWF HISTORY (October 8, 1983) – WWF Championship Wrestling

On this day in 1983, the World Wrestling Federation aired an episode of their weekly TV show ‘WWF Championship Wrestling’.

This episode was pre-taped from the Agricultural Hall in Allentown, Pennsylvania and featured matches, interviews & storyline segments involving the 1983 WWF Superstars.

Here’s the card:

– Intercontinental Champion Don Muraco (w/ Capt. Lou Albano) vs. Rocco Verona

– The Masked Superstar (w/ the Grand Wizard) vs. Chuck Tanner

– The Tonga Kid vs. Bill Berger

– Tito Santana vs. Jimmy Jackson

– WWF Tag Team Champions The Wild Samoans & Samu (w/ Capt. Lou Albano) vs. Swede Hanson, Tony Garea & Ken Jugan

– Rocky Johnson vs. Bill Dixon

– Sgt. Slaughter (w/ the Grand Wizard) vs. Steve King

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