Danhausen Goes To 'AEW HQ', The Briscoes Set For GCW Shows, Ray Rougeau Elected Mayor | Fight Size

Here is your fight size update for Tuesday, November 9, 2021.

- Danhausen showed up at an A&W restaurant looking for a job at AEW. It went as expected

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- The Briscoes are picking up several dates through GCW while ROH is on hiatus. Dem Boys are set for five dates between December 4 and January 23.

- Raymond Rougeau, who was once a self-proclaimed All-American Boy on WWF TV, was recently elected the mayor of Rawdon, Quebec, Canada.

- Senior Vice President, Head of Revenue Strategy and Development at WWE, Scott Zanghellini was named a New Voices Under 30 honoree by Sports Business Journal/

- ACF’s Responsible Fatherhood Campaign Taps WWE Superstar Kofi Kingston to Encourage #Dadication

- WWE Superstars get animated in new Cricket Wireless stop-motion ads.

“We really wanted to tap into the heart of WWE fandom while emphasizing the joy, speed and power that Cricket represents,” said Hunter Hindman, CCO of Argonaut, in a statement. “And what better way to do that than to not only feature WWE stars, but show them playing with their own collectibles?”

Each video focuses on the unique skill set of the wrestlers, exaggerating their already formidable skills in the way an excited child playing with action figures might. Charlotte Flair’s impressive speed allows her to leave dust clouds around the ring, Drew McIntyre’s props transform into a giant sword and jetpacks and The Miz trips his opponent all the way through the mat.

- WrestleMania 38 tickets are available this Friday

- Check out the top 10 moments for WWE Raw.

- Jimmy Hart recently spoke with Bill Prichard of WrestleZone about his experience at the first WrestleMania in 1985.

“I have a couple, but being part of WrestleMania 1 was so special, coming from Memphis, Tennessee at the time with Jerry ‘The King’ Lawler and Andy Kaufman and all the stars down there, but when I got the phone call to join the WWF back then, of course, the WWE now, I had a choice to make. I thought to myself, ‘Gosh I have it pretty good down here in Memphis but this gives me a chance to branch out,’” Hart explained, “so I made the choice to jump on a plane and head for New York.

“I didn’t know if it was going to last one day, one week, one month, one year or whatever, so I took a big chance. But it really paid off because can’t you imagine coming from Memphis and going to Madison Square Garden, WrestleMania 1,” Hart explained, “I walk in the building and all of the sudden I look over and there’s Liberace, there’s Billy Martin, there’s Cyndi Lauper standing next to Dick Clark, who I knew from a long time ago when I was in the group The Gentrys, we did all those Dick Clark tours in the day, in the ‘60s, and Mr. T was there. So, I was just so starstruck right off the bat, and to be able to go out twice during WrestleMania, not knowing if it was going to last but it turned out, so far, pretty good.”

- Watch: FULL MATCH - The Rock vs. Triple H - No Disqualification Match: Raw, August 19, 2002

- Dwayne Johnson Teases a Potential 'Red Notice' Sequel

- WildKat Sports & Entertainment celebrates 10 years this year. Sammy Kiss sent the following, reflecting on year one.

Ten Years Of WildKat Sports & Entertainment

Year One: 2011 "It Begins"

This November marks ten years since the first WildKat Sports Event took place. It's hard to believe it's already been a decade since WildKat brought professional wrestling back to to the greater New Orleans area!

Professional wrestling has had a long, rich history in New Orleans. From the late 70s with Mid-South Wrestling and the Junkyard Dog, to the NWA in the 80s and WCW in the 90s, Professional wrestling has always had a home in the Big Easy.

After the territories died out, pro wrestling slowly became a rarity, and aside from the couple times a year that WWE would tour through town, it was slim pickings for wrestling fans in the area.. There was no home promotion, no continual live events, and more specifically, there was no school for young aspiring wrestlers to train. That all changed in 2011 with the founding of WildKat Sports & Entertainment. Headed by coaches Luke Hawx and former WWE U.S. Champion Orlando Jordan, New Orleans would finally had a training facility where local athletes could learn their craft and turn their dreams into a reality. Luke Hawx, a New Orleans native, had to travel the country to be able to break into the wrestling business, and had dreamed of bringing that knowledge and oppurtunity to his home of New Orleans. Now that dream was a reality, and the WildKat Sports training facility welcomed their first class in the summer of 2011, featuring a young Matt Lancie and a "handsome" Chris Harper. In early November, WildKat would put on their first show, featuring experienced veterans like Rodney Mack and Steve Antony as well as many up and coming WildKat Trainees. It was off to the races, as WildKat had finally brought professional wrestling back to New Orleans. This, of course, was only the beginning.

- Check out the latest Sammy Guevara vlog

- An AEW employee, unfortunately, lost their son in the past week. Please donate to this funeral expense GoFundMe if you can.

- When the market closed today WWE stock was trading at $56.77 per share.

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