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Talk Wrestling Online Newsletter - Issue 14 - June 1st 2003



Hey All,


Not much to say this week. Half-term was so boring, but off to school again this week to pick up my fledging grades. Wish me luck.


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Anyways, normal rules apply this week. UK, US and International news, as well as Superstar Spotlight and Forum Focus. So as always, sit back and enjoy.


- Mitchell Jones

TWO Newsletter Editor





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Forum Focus



"As for the theory that ‘Smart Marks’ (what is a smart mark?) have a detrimental affect on the wrestling industry, I do not believe that either. Surely, a smart mark is no different to an amateur theatre critic or an amateur music critic. They have there own opinions that people read and then forget about." - WrestlingDatabase on the Internet in UK wrestling (UK Forum)


"Personally I think It might be Hogan or Lex Lugar." - Rocko_Rock2003 on who Mr America is (US Forum)


"Cant Stop laughing look how many there is in the crowd, 6?" - Remlap on Jeff Hardy's return (US Forum)


"When I saw the thread title, I thought it was Rico being Jackie's manager! Phew!" - Cactus Jack on Jackie Gayda's proposed return as Rico's valet (US Forum)



US News - By HSM



*WWE News*


Jeff Hardy worked the Impact Championship Wrestling TV taping on 5/24 in Indian Land, SC. He wrestled as Willow the Wisp, a character he used before entering WWE. Hardy faced Krazy K, the OMEGA Cruiserweight Champion. Krazy K was victorious, but after the match, Hardy hit a Swanton Bomb.


Goldberg will not be flying over to the UK for the Insurrexion PPV or the accompanying house show in Nottingham. Stars who are scheduled to appear include Eric Bischoff, Kevin Nash, Shawn Michaels, Triple H, Ric Flair, Rob Van Dam, Kane, La Resistance, Chris Jericho, Val Venis, Scott Steiner, Stacy Keibler, Booker T, Christian, Dudley Boyz, Goldust, Trish Stratus and the Hurricane.


WWE has stopped bringing the entire creative team to TV tapings as a cost cutting measure. Only Brian Gerwirtz and Stephanie McMahon are now appearing at the tapings. In the past, the entire team was flown in to every taping.


Lita has started working in OVW as she rehabs and gets ready for a WWE return.


WWE.com reports that Nathan Jones chipped a bone in his elbow two weeks ago preparing for the May 13th Smackdown. He has had the chip removed and is expected back in a few weeks.


As was said this week on Raw, Stone Cold Steve Austin will be giving away the Bad Blood Pay Per View to the troops of the USA for free.


The APA is scheduled to return to the active WWE roster on Smackdown next week. No word on how they will explain Bradshaw's move from the Raw brand.


A New York City radio station today promoted an appearance by Ultimo Dragon on the 6/24 WWE show. They are calling this appearance his WWE debut. The show is a Smackdown television taping. Most have stated that Dragon should be put on the Smackdown brand so he can work in WWE's cruiserweight division.


Right now, WWE is likely to bring Kurt Angle back as a face. The company has been debating whether to bring him back as a heel or face. Kurt is tentatively scheduled to return next week.


WWE has signed former WCW wrestler Horshu. The signing was announced at the UPW show last night in California.


*NWA: TNA News*


On this weeks NWA: TNA PPV, Raven had a long promo segment with Jeff Jarrett where he was not his usual self on the mic, and later had a match with Glen Gilberti, where Gilberti pinned Raven with help from Vince Russo. Apparently Raven actually had a minor concussion, which he suffered the night before at a show in Oldcastle, ON. Raven asked for the night off, but Jeff Jarrett refused, telling Raven to "suck it up". Jarrett reportedly believed that Raven was trying to get out of doing a job to Gilberti. Raven’s injury is being pointed to as the reason the main event wasn't as crisp as it could have been, as Gilberti was taking it easier on Raven because of the concussion.


Low Ki will likely be out for two months with a dislocated collarbone.


This week’s PPV results:

A.J Styles & D Lo Brown beat CM Punk & Jason Cross

BG James & Konnan pinned Sandman and Sonny Siaki

New Jack defeated Slash

XXX (Elix Skipper & Chris Daniels defeated the SAT’s (Joel and Jose Maximo)

Kid Kash pinned the “Masked Luchadore” (Trinity)

Chris Sabin & Chris Harris beat Justin Credible & Jerry Lynn

Glenn Gilberti defeated Raven


*Selected Indy Results*


WWA Reckoning PPV:

Rick Steiner beat Mark Mercedes

Teo defeated Puppet and Meatballs in a midget match

Crowbar beat Konnan

Chris Sabin beat Jerry Lynn, Frankie Kazarian and Johnny Swinger to now hold both the WWA cruiserweight and TNA X-Division titles.

Joe E Legend pinned Sabu

Jeff Jarrett defeated Sting to become the unified TNA/WWA champion


IWA - Puerto Rico


Noriega & Damian d. Stefano & Tommy Diablo, Intercontinental Champion Chicano d. KAOS, Anarchy d. Paparazzi in a Caribbean Strap Lumberjack Match, Huracan Castillo d. Andy Anderson, Victor the Bodyguard d. Assak, World Champion Rey Gonzalez d. Mideon, Shane d. Slash Venom in an Extreme Rules match, Apolo d. Ricky Banderas to win the Hardcore Title but then lost the belt to Banderas under a 24/7 rule.


NWA East

The Sportatorium - McKeesport, PA

Tag Team Champions Chris Taylor & Lance Dayton def. Darkstar & Virus, Paul Atlas def. Dash Bennett, Three Rivers Champion Justin Idol def. Scottie Gass, Bigg, Mad Mike, & Brian Anthony def. Devin Devine, Scott Venom, and Jerry Penders, Brandon K def. Dirk Ciglar, Nikita Allanov def. Crusher Hansen to win the NWA East Championship.



That’s it for this week, see you next time, HSM



UK News - By Goldy



Hi everyone, welcome to another addition of TWOs UK scene news and results.


~Dam/WAW Wrestling - Holt - 24/5/03~

The Zebra Kid def Phil Powers, Jimmy Joe Mason & The Kraft in an elimination match.

Ashe def The Flatliner

Sweet Saraya def Kharisma.

MTX def Ricky Knight.

The U.K. Pitbulls def The Coalminers, after Robin Knightwing & Hot Stuff had been eliminated. However, because the referee disqualified the Coalminers after Flatliner interfered in the match, the Coalminers retained their AIWF World Hardcore Tag-Team Championship.

Jack "The Tank" Russell won a 15-man battle royal.


~FCW Baggeridge Social Welfare Centre, The Straits, Lower Gornal - 25/5/03~

GBH def The Judge

"High Impact" Sam Green & Morales def "Mr Bad Attitude" Saul Adams & Damien Grant

FCW Ring Warrior Tournament - Quarter Final Match :

Laken Xander def "Tomcat" Kevin O’Neil

FCW Ring Warrior Tournament - Quarter Final Match :

"The Sensation Of The Nation" Rob Hunter def "Heavy Metal Maniac" Mark Hogan

FCW Ring Warrior Tournament - Quarter Final Match :

Celt Kennedy def Jack Storm

FCW Ring Warrior Tournament - Quarter Final Match :

Spud def A Star Athlete


~All Star Wrestling - Woodville Hall - Gravesend - 28/5/03~

James Mason def Julio Torres

Kid Cool def Murat Bosporus

Mal Sanders def Steve Grey

American Dragon & Robbie Brookside def PN Neuz & Mike Miami


FCW’s "Ring Warrior Tournament" Semi Final matches will be held at their next event on Friday June 13th at The Haden Hill Leisure Centre, Old Hill. For more information Email - futurechampionshipwrestling@blueyonder.co.uk


The FWA have announced more matches for Vendetta. The 'Wonderkid' Jonny Storm will defend his XPW European Championship against former ECW legend and current XPW superstar the Insane Luchador Super Crazy! Super Crazy will be making his UK debut at Vendetta and is very excited at meeting the FWA fans. Also signed to appear on the show will be 'Five Star' Mark Belton who will be making his FWA main show debut following his matches at the FWA2 British Breakout Tour in April. Beltons opponent will be The Zebra Kid. Other matches announced are Flash Barker to face Jack Xavier and James Tighe is to face Jody Fleisch. Another stipulation has been added to the first blood tag team match between The Family and Alex Shane and Ulf Herman, the winners will not be declared until BOTH MEMBERS of the opposing team are bleeding. It is also being said that an American opponent is being sought to face Doug Williams for the FWA Title. Tickets have now gone on sale, for further information visit http://www.frontierwrestling.com


Speaking of FWA2, dates are being worked on this week for mid July and early August house shows. There's also a possibility of a main show in August to round off the FWA2 tour dates.


NWA (UK) Hammerlock recently took part in the filming of a new national series that Granada Sport are making for Bravo. The series is called Deadliest Fighters. The show also includes episodes on UFC, boxing and other disciplines and will begin airing in October. The wrestling edition featuring NWA UK Hammerlock will also include WWE footage. The show also includes footage of Johnny Moss breaking his arm and finger. In a different episode featuring UFC there will be footage shown fom a Hammerlock match between Andre Baker and Dan Severn which was performed under UFC rules. Also look out for interviews with both Baker and Severn aswell as Tank Abbott and others.


As I mentioned in last weeks UK news section Catch Wrestling Council are holding their debut show on June 21st 2003 in Staffordshire. Already announced for the show is Tommy Stevens, Nathan Creed, Tim Burns and now the FWAs Simmons has this week been announced as appearing on the card. For further details Email CWCHeadOffice@aol.com.


Well thats everything for this week, thanks for reading and as usual don't forget to check out Adam Sibley's excellent column on all the recent UK Wrestling news every weekend at: http://www.talkwrestlingonline.com/UKScene/ukscene.shtml



International News - By Fujiwara



AJPW 29/5

1.Tomoaki Honma beat Masayuki Kono in 12:45 a single-leg crab hold.

2. Ryuji Hijikata defeated Hi69 in 11:50 with a Fisherman’s Buster.

3. Kazushi Miyamoto beat Spriggan (Red) in 8:29 with a German Suplex hold.

4. Kamala II & Kendo KaShin defeated Gran Hamada & Nobukazu Hirai in 11:46 when Kamala II used a body press on Hirai.

5. Mike Awesome & Gigantes (Malice) beat Satoshi Kojima & Shigeo Okumura in 17:30 when Awesome used an Awesome Bomb on Okumura.

6. Arashi, Nobutaka Araya, & Keiji Muto defeated Masa Fuchi, Toshiaki Kawada, & Jimmy Yang in 24:55 when Araya used a moonsault press on Yang.


NJPW 25/5

1.Toru Yano beat Naofumi Yamamoto in 7:08 with a half crab.

2. Masayuki Naruse & Tiger Mask IV defeated Gedo & Jado in 11:20 when Naruse used the Naruse Lock on Gedo.

3. Tatsutoshi Goto, Takashi Iizuka, & Hiro Saito beat Dan Devine, Perry Saturn, & Stampede Kid in 8:17 when Goto used a backdrop suplex on Kid.

4. Best of the Super Jr. - Block A: Minoru Fujita [2] defeated Ryusuke Taguchi [0] in 10:26 with the Fujita Driver.

5. Best of the Super Jr. - Block A: AKIRA [2] beat Takashi Sugiura [2] in 12:10 with an STF.

6. Best of the Super Jr. - Block B: El Samurai [2] defeated Koji Kanemoto [0] in 8:29 with an ankle hold cutback cradle.

7. Hiroshi Tanahashi & Yutaka Yoshie beat Makai Ichiro (Junji Hirata) & Ryushi Yanagisawa in 10:46 by KO when Yoshie used a Thesz Press on Yanagisawa and he couldn’t get up.

8. Kazunari Murakami & Katsuyori Shibata battled Yuji Nagata & Shinsuke Nakamura to a no contest in 5:35.

9. Osamu Nishimura & Hiroyoshi Tenzan defeated Shinya Makabe & Yoshihiro Takayama in 15:07 when Tenzan used the TTD on Makabe.


NJPW 27/5

1.Toru Yano beat Naofumi Yamamoto in 5:22 with a half crab.

2. Dan Devine & Perry Saturn defeated Masahito Kakihara & Yutaka Yoshie in 11:50 when Devine used a double-arm screw suplex on Kakihara.

3. Best of the Super Jr. - Block B: Stampede Kid [2] beat Jado [2] in 5:13 with a reverse cradle.

4. Best of the Super Jr. - Block A: Minoru Fujita [4] defeated Ebessan [0] in 8:24 with the Fujita Driver.

5. Best of the Super Jr. - Block A: AKIRA [4] beat Ryusuke Taguchi [0] in 8:34 with an STF.

6. Jushin Thunder Liger & El Samurai beat Masayuki Naruse & Tiger Mask IV in 14:35 when Samurai used a chickenwing armlock on Naruse.

7. Yuji Nagata, Shinsuke Nakamura, & Osamu Nishimura defeated Tatsutoshi Goto, Takashi Iizuka, & Hiro Saito in 15:39 when Nakamura used a flying cross armbreaker on Iizuka.

8. Shinya Makabe, Takashi Sugiura, & Yoshihiro Takayama beat Koji Kanemoto, Hiroshi Tanahashi, & Hiroyoshi Tenzan in 16:02 when Makabe used a German Suplex hold on Tanahashi.


NJPW 30/5

1.Tatsutoshi Goto & Hiro Saito beat Ryusuke Taguchi & Naofumi Yamamoto in 9:42 when Goto used a kneedrop on Yamamoto.

2. Masahito Kakihara, Masayuki Naruse, & Stampede Kid defeated Minoru Fujita, Jado, & El Samurai in 12:56 when Naruse used the Naruse Lock on Jado.

3. Osamu Nishimura beat Dan Devine in 21:33 with a grounded Cobra Twist.

4. Best of the Super Jr. - Block A: Ebessan [2] defeated Gedo [2] in 9:09 with a Gedo Clutch.

5. Best of the Super Jr. - Block A: Takashi Sugiura [6] beat Jushin Thunder Liger [2] in 12:06 with an Olympic Slam.

6. Best of the Super Jr. - Block B: Koji Kanemoto [2] defeated Tiger Mask IV [4] in 10:45 with a backslide.

7. Hiroshi Tanahashi & Yutaka Yoshie beat AKIRA & Hiroyoshi Tenzan in 11:44 when Tanahashi used a modified figure-four leglock on AKIRA.

8. Takashi Iizuka, Shinsuke Nakamura, & Yuji Nagata defeated Shinya Makabe, Perry Saturn, & Yoshihiro Takayama in 18:50 when Iizuka used a sleeper hold on Saturn.


Zero 1- 25/5

1.Yoshito Sasaki beat Shinsuke Z Yamagasa in 7:45 with an Argentine Backbreaker.

2. Naohiro Hoshikawa & Tatsuhito Takaiwa defeated Ikuto Hidaka & Jun Kasai in 15:27 when Takaiwa pinned Hidaka.

3. Tengu Kaiser beat Fuyuki Takahashi in 7:29 by pinfall.

4. “This Is Flame Company”: Emblem (Shinjiro Otani & Masato Tanaka) defeated Hideki Hosaka & Kuroge Wagyuta in 15:24 when Otani pinned Hosaka.

5. Shinya Hashimoto, Wataru Sakata, Kohei Sato, & Hirotaka Yokoi beat C.W. Anderson, Steve Corino, Jason the Legend, & Sylvester Terkay in 19:30 when Hashimoto pinned Anderson.


Zero 1- 30/5

1.Naohiro Hoshikawa beat Yoshito Sasaki in 10:15 with a Comet Kick.

2. Don Arakawa & Jun Kasai defeated Fuyuki Takahashi & Shinsuke Z Yamagasa in 15:30 when Kasai used a Monkey Suplex on Yamagasa.

3. Tengu Kaiser (Kamikaze) beat Kuroge Wagyuta in 10:45 with the Tengu Tornado.

4. Wataru Sakata & Tatsuhito Takaiwa defeated Paul London & Michael Shane in 14:50 when Sakata used a jujigatame on London.

5. Yoshiaki Fujiwara & Katsumi Usuda beat Hideki Hosaka & Masato Tanaka in 13:45 when Fujiwara used a stomach hold on Hosaka.

6. Shinjiro Otani defeated C.W. Anderson in 8:10 with a Spiral Bomb.

7. Steve Corino, John Heidenreich, & Tom Howard beat Katsuhisa Fujii, Kohei Sato, & Hirotaka Yokoi in 16:59 when Howard used the No. 55 on Fujii.

8. OH Gun (Shinya Hashimoto & Naoya Ogawa) defeated Jason the Legend & Sylvester Terkay in 18:45 when Hashimoto used the FUJIYAMA (Hashimoto had Jason in a brainbuster and Ogawa gave Hash a STO while Hash dropped Jason on his head) on Jason.


NOAH 27/5

1.Jun Izumida beat Mitsuo Momota in 8:29 with a nodowa otoshi.

2. Yoshinobu Kanemaru defeated Kishin Kawabata in 11:22 with a flying front cradle.

3. Daisuke Ikeda & Naoki Sano beat Masashi Aoyagi & Tamon Honda in 18:02 when Ikeda used a head cut V1-style armlock on Aoyagi.

4. Akira Taue defeated Tommy Drake in 6:54 with a nodowa otoshi.

5. Scorpio, Bison Smith, & Doug Williams beat Masao Inoue, Tsuyoshi Kikuchi, & Yoshinari Ogawa in 19:09 when Williams used the Chaos Theory on Kikuchi.

6. KENTA & Kenta Kobashi defeated Mitsuharu Misawa & Kotaro Suzuki in 14:50 when KENTA used a Busaiku knee kick on Suzuki.

7. Takeshi Rikimaru (Naomichi Marufuji, Takeshi Morishima, & Takeshi Rikio) beat Jun Akiyama, Makoto Hashi, & Akitoshi Saito in 21:22 when Rikio used a powerbomb on Hashi.


NOAH 5/28

1.Haruka Eigen beat Mitsuo Momota in 7:25 with a backslide.

2. Naoki Sano defeated Masashi Aoyagi in 8:35 with a release German Suplex.

3. Bison Smith & Doug Williams beat Masao Inoue & KENTA in 16:44 when Williams used the Chaos Theory on KENTA.

4. Akitoshi Saito defeated Jun Izumida in 9:39 with the Sickle of Death.

5. Makoto Hashi, Daisuke Ikeda, & Akira Taue beat Mitsuharu Misawa, Yoshinari Ogawa, & Kotaro Suzuki in 16:29 when Hashi used a diving headbutt on Suzuki.

6. Jun Akiyama & Yoshinobu Kanemaru defeated Tommy Drake & Scorpio in 14:13 when Kanemaru used a moonsault press on Drake.

7. Tamon Honda, Tsuyoshi Kikuchi, & Kenta Kobashi beat Takeshi Rikimaru (Naomichi Marufuji, Takeshi Morishima, & Takeshi Rikio) in 24:04 when Kobashi used a lariat on Marufuji.


AJPW: Motoko Baba has stated that the All Japan that her former husband Giant Baba created is now dead and that Muto’s AJPW lacks direction.


Zero-1: The group will run separate shows called “Fighting Crush Zero-1 Hardcore” The promotion will evoke memories of FMW.


NJPW: Genichiro Tenryu has stated that he may work in NJPW soon.




EMLL 5/23

1. Alan & Chris Stone beat Sangre Azteca & Valentin Mayo

2. Arkangel de la Muerte/Averno/Mephisto defeated Felino/Olimpico/Safari

3. La Familia de Tijuana (Damian 666/Halloween/Nicho el Millionario) beat Brazo de Plata/Negro Casas/Satanico

4. Revancha Match: Atlantis/Hijo del Lizmark/Vampiro defeated Los Guerreros del Infierno (Rey Bucanero/Tarzan Boy/Ultimo Guerrero)

5. Cien Caras/Gran Markus Jr./Mascara Ano Dos Mil beat Pierroth Jr./Sadam/Violencia


EMLL 5/27

1. Explosivo & Sombra de Plata beat Koreano & Polvora

2. Neutron/Los Rayos Tapatios I y II defeated Jeque/Reyes Veloz/Super Comando

3. Angel Azteca/Starman/Virus beat La Alianza (Hooligan/Ramstein/Sangre Azteca)

4. Villano III/Villano IV/Volador Jr. defeated Bestia Salvaje/Black Warrior/Fuerza Guerrera by DQ when El Black ripped off V-4’s mask.

5. Damian 666/Emilio Charles Jr./Halloween beat Atlantis/Brazo de Plata/Gran Markus Jr.


Heat (Minoru Tanaka) will be working for EMLL soon.


Well that’s all from me in a week where there has been almost no news.



Superstar Spotlight - By Craig Russell



Wrestler Spotlight- Christopher Daniels


Trademark Moves- Last Rites (TestDrive), Angel Wings (Spinning Sitout Pedigree), Spicy Drop (As Curry Man, Reverse Fireman’s Carry into DDT)


Titles held-

British Commonwealth Jr. Heavyweight Title (1)

APW Worldwide Internet Title (1)

EWF Heavyweight Title (1)

WCPW League Title (1)

WCPW Lightweight Title (1)

WCPW Middleweight Title (1)

WCPW Tag Team Titles (1, w/ Kevin Quinn) (1, w/ Mike Anthony)

WPW Heavyweight Title (1)

WWC Tag Team Titles (1, w/ Kevin Quinn)

ECWA Heavyweight Title (1)

MCW Tag Team Titles (1, w/ Jayson Reign)

UPW Heavyweight Title

ROH Tag Team Titles (1) (w/ Donovan Morgan)


Tournaments won-

ECWA Super 8 Tournament 2000

APW King Of The Indies 2000

ROH Tag Team Titles Tournament 9/21/2002

Michinoku Pro Futaritabi Tag League 2002 (w/ Hayashi Rice Man (Super Boy) )


The US Indy scene is loaded with so many workers that quite often some amazing wrestlers are looked over by the big promotions. Christopher Daniels is one of these guys. Despite spending a decade in the business, and having worked for WWE, WCW, ECW and a ridiculous amount of indy promotions in the US and Japan, The Fallen Angel still isn’t a well known name with casual wrestling fans. There are few who play a heel better than Christopher Daniels, and it’s no surprise to see that he’s held his fair share of gold during the years he’s been wrestling.


Last year, Daniels managed to make it to number 57 in the PWI 500, showing that his talents have been recognised. Even if you’ve never seen The Fallen Angel working for Ring Of Honour, NWA:TNA or in Japan, you might be able to cast your mind back to the later days of WCW. During Vampiro’s “Higher Power” angle, Christopher was due to be given his big break at the Canadian’s cloaked master. However, the angle was dropped, and Daniels continued to be underused in WCW. One of the most memorable moments towards the end of WCW’s run was the Michael Modest Vs Chris Daniels match, which featured about 10 minutes of top class wrestling before a Scott Steiner run in ruined things. Before all of this though, Daniels was a superstar on the Indy circuit, even winning the highly acclaimed King Of The Indies crown in 2000. As with many indy workers, Daniels was a regular on WWE recap shows such as Metal or Shotgun, as he jobbed to workers who didn’t have an eighth of the talent that The Fallen Angel posses.


In Japan, Daniels is well known, but could probably walk down the street in broad daylight and not be approached by a wrestling fan. Christopher Daniels uses a different gimmick in Japan, decked out in a yellow mask and suit, he calls himself Curry Man, the spiciest wrestler in the world. Shaking off the Wrestlecrap-like gimmick, Daniels is still able to put on some great matches with other top class juniors.


These days, you’re most likely to find Christopher in Ring Of Honour or NWA:TNA. Only in these cult promotions is the Californian really appreciated, as he’s one of the biggest draws in each promotion. Due to his fantastic heel act, and the fact that he hates shaking hands with opponents (As is the rules in RoH), there are few wrestlers who could get booed quite as loudly as Daniels.


In his early thirties now, it’s unlikely that we’ll ever see Christopher Daniels in WWE nowadays. But that doesn’t stop fans of high quality wrestling enjoying The Fallen Angel putting on great matches every time he steps into the ring.


Recommended Christopher Daniels Matches-


Christopher Daniels Vs Jerry Lynn and Amazing Red (NWA:TNA 7/05/03)

Christopher Daniels Vs American Dragon, Chris Daniels Vs Low Ki (RoH 30/3/02)

Curry Man, Tiger Mask, Minoru Tanaka and Jushin “Thunder” Liger Vs AKIRA, Black Tiger, Koji Kanemoto and Gedo (NJPW 7/6/02)






US News - HSM (HSM@talkwrestlingonline.com)

UK News - Goldy (Goldy@talkwrestlingonline.com)

Int. News - Fujiwara (Fujiwara@talkwrestlingonline.com)

Superstar Spotlight - Craig Russell (Russ@talkwrestlingonline.com)



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With that in mind, have a good week.


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