• WWF Veteran Accuses The Elite Of Making CM Punk Look Bad After Backstage Brawl
Old School WWF manager Jim Cornette is very well known as one of the by far toughest critics of Tony Khan’s All Elite Wrestling.
He has recently also been amongst the most outspoken people regarding the infamous AEW All Out 2022 backstage brawl that let to the suspension of CM Punk, The Young Bucks & Kenny Omega, as well as the release of Ace Steel.
Cornette took to Twitter and accused Omega & The Bucks of villainizing the former WWE Champion ever since the infamous incident.
Here’s what Jim tweeted:
“Takes a minute to read this, but short version is CM Punk was popular as hell with the talented young wrestlers that have a future.
Apparently the hack EVPs & their friends were not happy about that and had to get the story THEY were in favor of out there.”
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• On This Day In Pro Wrestling History (November 5, 2000) – ECW November to Remember 2000
On this day in Pro Wrestling history on November 5, 2000, Extreme Championship Wrestling aired ‘ECW November to Remember 2000’ LIVE on PPV from the Odeum Expo Center in Villa Park, Illinois.
This pay-per-view happened only 2 months before the promotion went out of business, and many of the Top-Stars had already left the company at this point, such as Sabu, Taz, The Dudley Boyz, Shane Douglas, Mike Awesome and Raven.
The results can be found here:
Simon Diamond & Johnny Swinger defeated The Bad Street Boys
Kid Kash defeated C.W. Anderson
Spike Dudley, Danny Doring & Roadkill defeated Hot Commodity
Loser Leaves Town: Nova defeated Chris Chetti
Flaming tables: Balls Mahoney & Chilly Willy defeated Da Baldies
ECW World Television Championship: Rhino (c) defeated New Jack
ECW World Tag Team Championship: The F.B.I. (c) defeated The Unholy Alliance
Double Jeopardy – ECW World Heavyweight Championship: Steve Corino defeated Justin Credible, The Sandman and Jerry Lynn (c)