MAJOR WWE PPV CHANGES LEAKED! WWE Star Seriously Injured?! | WrestleTalk News Mar. 2019

MAJOR WWE PPV CHANGES LEAKED! WWE Star Seriously Injured?! | WrestleTalk News Mar. 2019

Hello and welcome to the WrestleTalk Su-Su-Su-Suspicious
News – I’m Oli Davis. We’ve got a mucho grande show for you today,
including a top WWE star potentially being seriously injured, controversy surrounding
the Paige biopic movie Fighting With My Family, and major changes to WWE’s 2019 pay-per-view
schedule. Click the timestamps in the video description
below to jump to any of those stories right now! Also, press the thumbs up button, give us
a subscribe to help us climb the hill to one mill…ion subscribers, and answer our Question
of the Day down below: What did you think of Fighting With My Family? Because I’ll
be replying to people in the comments FROM OUTTA NOWHERE!
But first… Professional wrestling history is full of
gimmicks and characters that never made it to air. Neville being called up as Mighty
Mouse on the main roster [06], Puke from the wrestling documentary Beyond the Mat and mid-00s
WWE star Heidenreich being a cryogenically frozen Nazi [08] – a gimmick reportedly suggested
by the very much Jewish Paul Heyman. And now we can add another to The List! …as
Chris Jericho has revealed on The Rich Eisen Show he was originally going to call himself
something else: Eisen: You took the stage name of Jericho
from the album Walls of Jericho from German power metal band Helloween. Chris Jericho:
True story. Yeah, I was going to call myself Jack Action and umm… Eisen: Hold on a second.
That was your first, so you would have been Chris… Jericho: No, no. Just Jack Action.
First name Jack, last name Action. I thought it was going to make me a million dollars.
And then I told somebody that and they were like, “You can’t be Jack Action. That’s
stupid.” I’m like, “Of course, it’s stupid. I would never do that.” “What’s
your name?” I was like, “Uhh.” I saw the Helloween album and said, “Chris Jericho.”
Eisen: That’s how it happened? Jericho: There you go. You could be talking to Jack
Action if things had gone differently, but instead it’s just normal Chris Jericho. We’ve had Lionheart, we’ve had the Codebreaker,
we’ve had the Alpha – I think we’re now ready for… Jack Action: Galaxy defending,
archaeologist, cowboy and Brock Lesnar trainer! And with all that ACTION MONEY from Jericho’s
deal with All Elite Wrestling – a contract he’s called amongst the biggest of his career
– the Tampa Bay Business Journal is reporting he’s bought a $3.25 million house in the
area. Enjoy these pictures of The House of Jericho, the waiting area of Jericho, the
kitchen island of Jericho, and THE WALK-IN WARDROBE OF ACTION! Bad-guy beating, t-shirt
changing, mind control superpowered, social media influencer!
The house being in Tampa means Jericho will have a second home in the Florida base of
All Elite Wrestling. And he’s not the only wrestling star who’s
bought a house in The Sunshine State. But this is a wrestling show, not MTV Cribz Segway As The Rock revealed on Instagram that he’s
bought a house in Florida for his dad, aww. The Rock to AEW confirmed! Rock ‘The Dwayne’ Johnson house-buying
funds were likely bolstered over the weekend when his latest movie – Paige HERE biopic
Fighting With My Family – reached No. 1 at the UK box office.
But while the movie has been positively received by critics, one reviewer got weirdly hung
up on the film not being 100% authentic. Not on how WWE is painted very favourably,
or certain bits of poetic license like when the Rock gives advice to Paige and her brother
– it’s how thick actress Florence Pugh’s legs are.
Film critic Charlotte O’Sullivan – a woman herself – wrote in the Evening Standard:
“[Florence Pugh] turns out to be an effortlessly nuanced comedian. With chunky thighs. Her
character is based on real-world WWE champion Paige, whose legs are significantly slimmer.
How cool! So many actresses offer an idealised version of real women. Pugh is changing the
ideal.” But some people just can’t take a back-handed
compliment, as Pugh reacted on Twitter: “Oh dear. Singling out my “chunky” thighs
doesn’t help normalising an ‘all shape&size’ Hollywood. In fact that’s part of the problem.
I do hope people take more away from the film than the circumference of my hams.”
And Paige added: “Wow I’m actually appalled this.” For once, WWE is actually ahead in gender
equality – with Becky Lynch and Ronda Rousey’s intensifying blood feud on Twitter.
After Ronda promised she’ll be “beating the living s*** out of Becky” the next time
she sees her, following Lynch brining Rousey’s husband Travis Browne into the insult flinging,
WWE officials were reportedly “not thrilled” with the language used between the two – and
some are even speculating the feud has worked itself into a shoot.
The remarkable thing is, currently, neither woman is actually facing each other anytime
soon, with Vince McMahon replacing Lynch with Charlotte in the WrestleMania 35 main event
– as Becky reminded us: “@RondaRousey meet @MsCharlotteWWE. Char
meet Ronnie. Just thought I’d introduce you two because you’re supposed to be fighting
each other at Wrestlemania, but all either of you talk about is me.”
“I say “talk” but mumble and shout would be more accurate.”
Charlotte has responded with her own reference to real-life relationships:
“I’ll work on my Twitter game after Mania. For now, Lucha Libre training in Mexico City
with my “top secret” trainer #volaqqueen 👸” – with a picture of her wearing a
lucha mask The Fakidors run deeper than I thought.
The ‘top secret trainer’ Charlotte’s talking about is most likely Andrade ‘Cien’
Almas, as the two are reportedly dating. But while a version of Lynch vs Ronda vs Charlotte
has been booked for WrestleMania for months, a lot of the card remains in flux… One reason that plans for the second biggest
show of the year after WWE Fastlane, Baby aren’t locked down just five weeks out is
because off the late decision to call up four of NXT’s top stars Ricochet, Aleister Black,
Tommaso Ciampa and Johnny Gargano. The four have been working Raw, SmackDown
and NXT since they debuted on the main roster two weeks ago, but it appears at least two
of them will soon be leaving developmental behind – as Black posted a lengthy farewell
message on Instagram saying “It’s been a ride NXT, a hell of a ride,” and that it’s
time “for the next chapter of my career”. Black also cut a promo at the weekend’s
NXT live events, saying that him and Ricochet are “leaving NXT in the very capable hands
of Keith Lee, Punishment Martinez, the Bro Matt Riddle, …and Velveteen Dream.”
But whether current NXT Champion Ciampa will be joining them remains to be seen. Last Thursday’s Wrestling Observer Newsletter
revealed that Tommaso has been working through an injury, “with the idea of taking care
of it after the Gargano match at [the WrestleMania weekend] Takeover.”
Shortly after, World League Wrestling announced Adam Cole would be replacing Ciampa’s special
appearance for them on Saturday 9th March. PWInsider then reported that last Monday’s
Raw had to be rewritten when Ciampa wasn’t medically cleared to wrestle because he’s
been dealing with a neck injury “for at least 4-5 weeks, possibly longer.” The Observer
note he’s only actually wrestled on “five non-TV or major streaming shows so far this
year” – implying WWE are using him sparingly so he can rest up.
But most worryingly comes a report from WrestleZone, who add their source “has said the situation
looks as serious as Ciampa having spinal stenosis. It was said this came as a genuine shock,
and Ciampa might be forced to have surgery on his neck.” Spinal stenosis is the narrowing
of the spaces within the spine, which puts pressure on the nerves that run through it.
It’s the condition that ultimately led to the retirements of Stone Cold Steve Austin,
Sting and Edge, but that doesn’t necessarily mean Ciampa’s in-ring career is over. Sheamus
is still an active wrestler in WWE despite struggling with spinal stenosis for the last
year – as Dave Meltzer has previously written: “[Sheamus has] got spinal stenosis but a
lot of guys have that. It’s not a good thing to have and it will affect him most-likely
when he gets older in not so great ways… it probably will shorten his career.”
Hopefully Ciampa will be able to conclude his epic, years-spanning storyline feud with
Gargano at NXT TakeOver: New York on the 5th April. But the TakeOver show after that will
apparently be a big break from recent traditions… As the very reliable WrestleVotes claim NXT
TakeOver: San Jose is scheduled for Saturday 8th June, with no WWE pay-per-view happening
the following Sunday night. This follows on from Rajah revealing WWE’s
post-WrestleMania pay-per-view schedule has finally been decided – as only the remaining
big four events of SummerSlam on August 11th and Survivor Series on November 24th have
been announced thus far. The dates will apparently include:
-an ‘international PPV’ on May 3rd – the same date Fightful reported would be WWE’s
next Saudi Arabia show. -Money in the Bank changing from its usual
June date to May 19th. -Then there will be the NXT TakeOver: San
Jose show on the 8th June. -the weekend after will see Backlash on June
16th, weirdly way after the WrestleMania event that traditionally gives it its rematches.
-Extreme Rules will take place on July 14th, meaning no Great Balls of Fire yet again!
-the already announced SummerSlam comes from Toronto on August 11th.
-Hell in a Cell will take place on September 15th
-Clash of Champions on the 6th October -another ‘international PPV will happen
in Saudi Arabia on November 1st -the already announced Survivor Series for
November 24th -and Tables, Ladders and Chairs will close
out the year on 15th December.
Apparently some fans think Roman Reigns’ leukemia diagnosis was faked by WWE. Click
the video on the right to find out why that’s not the case. And click the Patreon link to
compete against me, Luke and Laurie in wrestling predictions for this Sunday’s Fastlane!
I’ve been Oli Davis, and that was wrestling.

100 thoughts on “MAJOR WWE PPV CHANGES LEAKED! WWE Star Seriously Injured?! | WrestleTalk News Mar. 2019”

  1. We're now worried about legs? Excuse the fact that Vega was wearing her own ring gear rather than converse and Aj Lee attire and the fact that Paige looked terrible – we're gonna be concerned about…….chunky thighs?

  2. I was planning to see Fighting With My Family until I learned about Paige's view on women's wrestling in the WWE and blaming the fans for its woes. Disrespectful!

  3. I thought Oli's family was pretty weak. They went down without much resistance; even though they tried to cheat. All that I was trying to do was bring AEW merch to some impoverished steriotypical british orphans. Suddenly, there was Oli's whole family, makeshift weapons in hand. They attacked me saying "This is McMahon country, you wanker!"

  4. So we did not have jack action but we had el luchador jake strong the big show tyler black etc 😂😂😂

  5. I thought the Paige movie was awesome. As a fan of wrestling though, I did see a lot of in ring moments that aren’t accurate

  6. There's no permanent treatment for spinal stenosis though because it's a degenerative condition with the bone as well which exposes the nerve over time. Only corrective type of action is fusing vertebrae which for wrestlers can signal the end of a career.

  7. It's called Backlash because it's traditionally been the backlash of what happened at Wrestlemania. WTF? So if some big angle happens at Mania (like Shinsuke turning heel or Triple H joining the Corporation), they either have to postpone the next big match in the story until Backlash or not be put in the Money in the Bank match. "I'm so mad at you for betraying me, but I'm going to wait two months to do anything about it!" And why did they keep putting Hell in a Cell in September? It's called Hell in a Cell. You put it the same month as Halloween like the original Badd Blood and every HiaC PPV until recent years. Or at least give us Halloween Havoc. There is nothing Halloween about "Clash of Champions".

  8. So you do know he already lived in Tampa right? Like he didn’t move from another state but literally lived in Tampa anyway. Dude just moved up the road.

  9. If WWE make a legal action of Jericho taking his name to AEW, PLEASE tell me he'll wrestle under the name Jack Action! Action man vs Omega man! Book it, Kahn!!!! Lol

  10. I thought Fighting with my family was better than I thought it was going to be. It was funny pretty much all the way through but I thought the end was a little rushed.

  11. No lie, I hope Laurie/Fakidor takes over. Oli is as delusional and annoying as Vince. Luke is still awesome though.

  12. Fighting with my Family was just alright. Hundreds of other wrestlers have had more exciting careers 😎

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  14. Nice try Wrestle Talk you ain't going to trick me like my friend did. He convinced me to see one of paige's flicks a while back….and ani't falling for it again you hear!

  15. I honestly wouldn't mind if Becky contested the championship with a three-way Twitter match at 'Mania at this point. She's better at it than even David Starr.

  16. I think "Fighting With My Family" will never get as many views as Paige's amateur material;

    "Jack Action" sounds lazy. Anyway, Jericho's WWE debut is one of, if not, my all-time favorite;

    Becky is not the one to test on Twitter, and to think someone didn't want her cutting promos because of her thick accent;

    and how do you call-up the NXT Champion? Desperate much? Hope he rests up, and return soon. I enjoy a properly booked heel.

  17. Am I the only one who doesn't watch wrestling anymore and keep up with what's going on through these videos.

  18. Haha apparently Charlotte has a thing for the Mexican fellas. She also had a fling with Alberto Del Rio. Makes you wonder who's next? REY MYSTERIO??!

  19. Never understood why they give away the Big 4, keep those either PPV or take away the free month just to get those free

  20. Yup I was there in Royal Oak for the show. Fantastic house show with a heart felt good bye from both Ricochet and Black

  21. I thought, the way fat ass Nia Jax, threw Bailey across the floor, and her history of purposely hurting people, that she was the one injured.
    As far as Paige’s movie goes, you couldn’t pay me enough to see it. I’ll bet the only reason The Rock picked her, to do a movie about, was because she fucked him too. There are other women who deserved a movie, more than Paige.

  22. I wanted to see the match that ended her career in the movie and it ended with her winning the title from someone who looks just as much as AJ Lee as me🤦‍♂️

  23. Loved Fighting with my Family, great movie. Couple of things WWE fans would note isn't true. But it worls on screen

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