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  • Matches taped for Main Event this week include Austin Theory vs. Akira Tozawa and Shelton Benjamin vs. John Morrison.
  • Liv Morgan spoke to WWE’s social media after becoming the number one contender for the Raw Women’s Championship last night on Raw. MVP also talked to social media about his return on Raw.
  • WWE’s social media showed footage of what happened after Raw went off the air between Kevin Owens and Big E.
  • Beth Phoenix and Hit Row are scheduled for tomorrow’s episode of The Bump.
  • The Rock spoke to ET Canada on his new movie Red Notice.
  • Riddle spoke to Talksport about a conversation he had with Goldberg on the plane ride back from Saudi Arabia and their relationship. "Bill and I had a conversation," he said. "It was like ‘Bill, I’m sorry if I rubbed you the wrong way’ on the way back from Saudi Arabia. We were on the plane, had a couple of cocktails. I’m not saying we’re best friends, but we are doing way better than we were. I think just us talking and seeing him work [longer matches this year], you just get to know somebody and understand them. He’s like me; if you just listen to the dirt sheets or watch me do interviews, you might hate me [laughs]. But in real life, I’m a pretty nice guy. I talk crap, but that’s just to drum up interest. He realises that – I think we’re all good.”
  • Kevin Owens spoke to Talksport about a planned return to NXT that was nixed after Vince McMahon changed his mind. “Before I did the War Games return, there were concrete plans for me to go back to NXT for an extended period before coming back to the main roster,” Owens said. “At the time Paul Heyman was in charge on RAW and those were just plans we had and Vince [McMahon] had signed off on all of them and, eventually, he changed his mind and nothing happened. That’s all it comes down to – what he says goes. It wasn’t something I had just floated about, it was a plan that was going to happen and they just went in a different direction.”
  • WWE, along with the PGA, have joined Comcast NBC Universal’s SportsTech Accelerator. The program is for technology startup companies that want to gain access to companies within the NBC Universal umbrella.
  • Kofi Kingston will join the Children and Families Responsible Fatherhood campaign. “Being a father to my two (and soon to be three!) children is truly the greatest joy of my life,” Kingston is quoted as saying. “It has been an honor to work with ACF, the National Responsible Fatherhood Clearinghouse, and the Ad Council on their #Dadication series encouraging fatherhood involvement.
  • Free matches added to WWE’s YouTube page today include Drew McIntyre and The New Day vs. Randy Orton, The Miz, and John Morrison from the November 9, 2020 edition of Raw, The Rock vs. Triple H in a No Disqualification match from the August 19, 2002 edition of Raw, and Trish Stratus vs. Melina from Survivor Series 2005.
  • Pete Dunne turns 28 today.


Other Wrestling

  • Taryn Terrell spoke to NBC 6 in South Florida. Terrell, along with three other women, have filed a lawsuit against The Biltmore Miami Coral Gables Hotel and Resort, claiming that they were sexually abused by the hotel's former lead massage therapist Oscar Ojeda. Ojeda was arrested in May and charged with misdemeanor battery. He has pleaded not guilty and is slated for a court date next month.
  • Blake Christian vs. Bandido has been signed for GCW Blood on the Hills, which takes place on December 17.
  • Taya Valkyrie will debut for Prestige Wrestling on February 20.
  • Tokyo Sports interviewed Tetsuya Naito, who talked about his impending return to the ring in the World Tag League tournament that starts this weekend.
  • Slam Wrestling has an interview with Angelo Mosca Jr., who shared stories and lessons he learned from his father. Angelo Mosca Sr. passed away on November 6 at the age of 84.
  • Juice Robinson spoke to Sports Illustrated about the upcoming NJPW show in San Jose this weekend and confirmed his contract with NJPW was coming up soon. “I’ll be a free agent [in] February,” he confirmed. “It’s a great time in wrestling to show up anywhere, and maybe it’s the right time for me to spread my wings and fly.”
  • Former TNA Tag Team Champion Adam ‘Pacman’ Jones was sentenced to 180 days in jail after getting into a wild brawl in a bar with employees, including knocking out a bouncer.

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