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In today’s Rasslin Roundup, Triple H has slammed Mickie James, women’s wrestling outside of WWE, and the idea of all women’s wrestling shows. Sasha Banks has revealed what she believes is the greatest women’s wrestling match of all time (and it’s one of her own), CM Punk has revealed his two biggest takeaways from his time with WWE, Steve Maclin has disclosed what the original name for the ‘Forgotten Sons’ was, and Eric Bischoff has given his thoughts on the recent WWE releases and rumors of a sale. 5. Steve Maclin Reveals The Original Name For The Forgotten Sons Photo…

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Photo Credit – Wrestlinginc.com As the wrestling world plans to start touring again and welcome arenas full of fans, what kind of product will they be providing them? Promotions had to make serious adjustments during a truly challenging time and to produce a weekly product and to do it safely during the middle of a pandemic is truly incredible. Whether you like all the companies or not, it doesn’t matter, what they were able to do to create hours of TV for well over a year with little to no crowds is an amazing accomplishment. With that being said, the…

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Source – NWA In what has first reported by Sean Ross Sapp, and later confirmed on NWA Powerrr, an all womens pay-per-view is being run on August 28th, in St. Louis, Missouri. Mickie James has also been signed as an executive producer for this show, getting out of her 90 day no compete clause after being released from WWE last April as part of their budget cuts. Appearing alongside NWA Owner Billy Corgan, James stated that this is something shed wanted to do for a long time but has been “cut off at every oppurtunity”, referring to her pushes for…

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Photo Credit – NWA On the latest episode of the Talk Is Jericho podcast, NWA President Billy Corgan sat down to talk about the promotion and shared some fascinating details. Corgan purchased the NWA in May of 2017 and took effective ownership in October the same year. Which turned out to be a surprisingly easy purchase. During the interview Corgan revealed that when he bought the NWA, he didn’t have much competition, and that due to the shape the company was in due to previous managment, even WWE passed up on the offer. “They thought it was so worthless that…

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Photo Credit – Sean Ross Sapp Kamille Brickhouse has dethroned Serena Deeb via pinfall to become the new NWA Women’s champion, at their pay-per-view “When Our Shadows Fall”. It ended Serena Deeb’s 220 day reign as champion, which she defended against the likes of Riho, Thunder Rosa and Tay Conti. Her signature spear was enough for her to put her away, securing her first Major Title in her career. She joins the likes of The Fabulous Moolah, June Byers, and Awesome Kong as NWA Women’s Champions.

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Photo Credit – WWE I wanted to go through some of the bigger names that WWE has released in the latest two cuts and where I think they are most likely to land. I will also give my take on if I agreed or disagreed with the releases. 1) Samoa Joe Agree/Disagree: This is the one release that shocked me. He should have never been released and I understand he has had a few injuries but as he showed for months he is a great talent on commentary. strongly disagree with this release. Where Will He Go: Joe is the biggest name…

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Photo Credit: The Mirror First, I would like to introduce myself as this is my first opinion piece for Wrestling Republic, I have been a wrestling fan since 1998 and I will try to be as unbiased as possible in my opinion pieces. Now, the first article that I have chosen to write about is the reigning NWA World Champion, Nick Aldis, as it seems appropriate considering he is scheduled to defend said championship this weekend. Aldis is in day 956 of his championship reign. Despite his success in the NWA, the one question that has haunted Aldis for the…

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