WWF Wrestling Challenge – December 18th, 1988

December 18, 1988

From the Arco Arena in Sacramento, CA

Your hosts are Bobby “The Brain” Heenan and Gorilla Monsoon

This week, we will see the “Brother Love Show” with guest Hulk Hogan from “Saturday Night’s Main Event.” Also from SNME we will get the Jim Duggan vs. Boris Zhukov match. Also in action will be the Brainbusters, Ted DiBiase and Brutus Beefcake.

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BoD Daily Update

 

Plans for the WWE Cruiserweight Division

According to PWInsider, the division will initially feature ten superstars. The plan for the division is for them to work on televised RAW and NXT shows as well as NXT house shows. They will likely be working RAW house shows soon as well.

http://wrestlechat.net/report-backstage-news-on-the-raw-cruiserweight-division-expected-to-work-nxt-tv-as-well/

 

Trailer For Stage One of PWG 2016 Battle of Los Angeles

 

 

WWF Philadelphia Spectrum – December 17th, 1988

December 17, 1988

From the Philadelphia Spectrum in Philadelphia, PA

Your hosts are Dick Graham and Bobby “The Brain” Heenan

On this show, Randy Savage defends the WWF World Heavyweight Title against King Haku, the Ultimate Warrior defends the Intercontinental Title against the Honky Tonk Man, and Andre the Giant faces off against Jake “The Snake” Roberts

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WWF Wrestling Challenge – December 11th, 1988

December 11, 1988

From the Arco Arena in Sacramento, CA

Your hosts are Bobby “The Brain” Heenan and Gorilla Monsoon

This week in action will be Rick Rude and Tito Santana. Plus, the Fabulous Rougeau Brothers vs. Young Stallions match from “Saturday Night’s Main Event” and a special interview with Randy Savage.

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BoD Daily Update: September 2nd, 2016

Daniel Bryan Contract Update

Bryan’s contract with the WWE does not expire until 2018. His contract froze while he was out with injury and became active again when he returned to TV.

Credit Dave Meltzer, Wrestling Observer Newsletter

 

Son of Former WWE Champion Receiving a Tryout With the Company

Cedric Rougeau, son of Jacques Rougeau, will be participating in an upcoming WWE Performance Center tryout camp. Cedric is 6’7 and weighs 315 lbs.

Credit Dave Meltzer, Wrestling Observer Newsletter

 

Labor Day Sales

RF Video Offering 30% Off Select Items Until Tuesday at noon

Highspots Offering 33% Off Digital Downloads Through Labor Day

 

 

BoD Daily Update: September 1, 2016

VOriginal Plans For Alberto Del Rio WWE’s Return

When Del Rio returned to the WWE this past October, he was originally promised a main event push with Paul Heyman as his manager, with the idea he would end up as a superstar, Hispanic babyface.

Credit Dave Meltzer, Wrestling Observer Newsletter

 

Reason Why the Baron Corbin vs. Kalisto Match was Pulled From SummerSlam

The match was originally scheduled for the PPV but taken off due to an unknown injury suffered by Kalisto.

Credit Dave Meltzer, Wrestling Observer Newsletter

 

Ring of Honor Talent Gone From the Company

Truth Martini is no longer with Ring of Honor. He was written out of storylines months ago to get neck surgery and originally planned to return at this past PPV but was told there was no role for him when he inquired about returning.

Credit Dave Meltzer, Wrestling Observer Newsletter

Daniel Bryan Addresses “Talking Smack” Confrontation With Miz on ESPN

Bryan tells ESPN’s Jonathan Coachman that he knew “very little” about what Miz was going to say to him before last week’s Talking Smack segment. He also said he felt like punching Miz in the face and sometimes thinks he is a coward for not leaving and wrestling elsewhere. You can view the interview below, which runs at just under four minutes long.

http://www.espn.com/video/clip?id=17435179