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Other Wrestling

  • Impact Wrestling executives Ed Nordholm and Scott D’Amore issued a statement on the passing of Bob Ryder. Ryder was found dead in his home this morning following a bad fall the day prior. He had been going through intense chemotherapy treating cancer.
  • Lance Storm is now offering SWA Virtual Wrestling Training/Coaching via Zoom. Information can be found at: or contact him at
  • Chris Jericho has launched his new Painmaker clothing line.
  • VGC has an interview with Yukes senior vice president and producer Hiromi Furuta, who talked about the upcoming AEW video game.
  • Tony Khan talked to CBR, comparing AEW to the Marvel Cinematic Universe. "One of the great things [Marvel does] is they really care about what their audience wants, and they go out of their way to hear their fans," Khan told CBR. "And I think that's what I try to do with AEW and we all have made our mission with AEW is to give a wrestling show that was giving the fans what they were missing in wrestling. I think we've carved out a great space for ourselves, similar to Marvel.”
  • The Rock posted a picture on the set of Young Rock, where Brett Azar will play the role of The Iron Sheik.
  • Matt Taven and Mike Bennett talk about Bennett’s return to Ring of Honor.

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