Author: Savannah Gall

After a very successful historical weekend in New Jersey, Pro Wrestling Vibe has announced the location of its next show.   In association with brewing company DC Brau, Pro Wrestling Vibe will be holding their next event in Washington DC. https://twitter.com/PWVibe/status/1567229593362243589 There has been no announcement as far as talent appearances. It has been confirmed that there will be a Presidential Inauguration for the 2022 Cassandro Cup Winner Killian McMurphy. McMurphy won the Cassandro Cup during Pride and Vibe weekend this past June. Credit-Red Shoes Media https://twitter.com/PWVibe/status/1569131081508478976 Who is Pro Wrestling Vibe? Pro Wrestling Vibe is a merger with productions Butch…

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Kasey Kirk makes deathmatch wrestling history at ICW on September 10th. History was made on September 10th when Kasey Kirk became the first woman to win the American Deathmatch World Championship at the ICW No Holds Barred 32 show.  She defeated Joel Bateman to defend the title.  https://twitter.com/Aregularindyfan/status/1568797923181477889 Who is Kasey Kirk? credit-Twitter Kasey Kirk is a legend in the making when it comes to deathmatch wrestling.  Her first deathmatch bout was against Jimmy Lloyd in a Squared Circle of Sacrifice Match at CZW’s Night of Infamy show in 2019.  Since then, she has built her name and reputation in…

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AEW

Everybody still loves The Acclaimed. Back in January, I initially laid out my defense as to why AEW’s most popular tag team (and my overall favorite) The Acclaimed deserve to be Tag Team Champions in 2022.  This past Sunday at ALL OUT in Chicago should have been their time. https://twitter.com/PlatinumMax/status/1566952264140455937 Now do not get me wrong, The Acclaimed and Swerve in Our Glory carried the pay-per-view on all four of their backs and it was deemed the match of the night. However, between these two teams, in particular, Anthony Bowens and Max Caster have carried the tag team division. https://twitter.com/AEW/status/1567543225413402627…

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Get happy CZW Deathmatch fans. After a long three-year hiatus, The Tournament of Death is coming back home to CZW.  On August 20th at the show at The Oval in Philadelphia Pennsylvania, it was announced that the most renowned deathmatch event in CZW’s history known as the Tournament of Death would return on October 29th in Delaware. The last time The Tournament occurred was in 2019. https://twitter.com/combatzone/status/1561095887618719753 CZW’s Tournament of Death is somewhat equivalent to WWE’s King of the Ring tournament, except hardcore. Notable names that have competed in this deathmatch tournament include Jon Moxley, Eddie Kingston, and Sami Callihan among…

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Ichiban is Number One. On May 6th, AEW star “Platinum” Max Caster appeared at Wrestling Open in Worcester Massachusetts, and issued an open challenge to the Wrestling Open roster.  He would award $10,000 to anybody who could beat him in under ten minutes. For weeks we saw stars from Marcus Matthews to Rex Lawless step up to Caster’s challenge only to fall short. When all hope was lost, Wrestling Open’s number one prodigy Ichiban stepped up to Max Caster and gave him a run for his money, literally and figuratively.  https://twitter.com/PlatinumMax/status/1522629024031387651 https://twitter.com/HelloCrockett/status/1560086099430621184 The bout between Ichiban and Max Caster went…

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As usual, there is always controversy on wrestling Twitter. As always, 9 times out of 10 the drama involves signed talent with a hot take of their own. This week’s hot take has been brought to you by NXT Superstar Amari Miller and her tweets about Sasha Banks’s race. To give you a quick recap, Miller went on Twitter this week to show love to Athena (FKA Ember Moon in WWE) and to speak a personal goal of hers into existence: credit:Twitter Seems harmless right? Fans immediatey commented on the post to point out that Sasha Banks is actually the…

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In Virginia, we are getting ready to launch a new wrestling promotion, with our first show being in September. Planning and coordinating a wrestling show in a commonwealth state should be easy right? Not when you are dealing with a state athletic commission who watches and dictates your every move from beginning to end, which in my opinion should include the proper way to sneeze inside of the venue. The purpose of having a commission like this, according to the state of New York, is to “regulate all contests and exhibitions of unarmed combat within the state, which includes licensure…

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WWE

In January 2021, Game Changer Wrestling held a 24 hour streaming event that was titled “Fight Forever”.  As a result of its success, GCW filed to trademark the name on July 21st.  The Description is as follows: Mark For: FIGHT FOREVER trademark registration is intended to cover the categories of entertainment in the nature of wrestling contests; Entertainment services, namely, wrestling exhibits and performances by a professional wrestler and entertainer; Providing wrestling news and information via a global computer network. Earlier this year AEW filed a trademark entitled “AEW: Fight Forever” for video game purposes. GCW’s next event “The People…

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WWE

WWE made an announcement in a statement on their corporate website that because of “certain unrecorded expenses” by Vince Mcmahon, they would be forced to restate several financial statements that date back as far as 2006.  The statements between 2019-2022 have been amended and show an overall expense amount total of $14.6 million dollars that Mcmahon will be forced to pay back. As per the regulatory filing, “All payments underlying the Unrecorded Expense were or will be paid by Vince Mcmahon personally.” WWE also implicated that the allegations due to misconduct are already the subject of an ongoing independent investigation…

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A week of events and announcements surrounding the shocking and sudden retirement of Vince Mcmahon has only gotten more interesting. WWE has officially announced that Triple H is now the head of creative. On Monday the company officially announced that Stephanie Mcmahon and Nick Khan would serve as Co-CEOs.  In the official press release, they added: “ WWE Executive Paul Levesque will assume all responsibilities related to WWE’s creative, in addition to his regular duties”. https://twitter.com/SeanRossSapp/status/1551550437073080329 Credit-Sean Ross Sapp (Sent to Wrestling Republic by WWE) This story is breaking news and the Wrestling Republic will update as more information becomes…

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