Here is your Fight Size update for the morning of Feb. 6.
- WWE SmackDown superstars were surprised by snow. You can view the video above.
- Bret Hart is headed to Starrcast II.
Starrcast II this Memorial Day weekend in Las Vegas wouldn’t be “the best there is, the best there was, and the best there ever will be” without featuring Bret “The Hitman” Hart!— #StarrcastOnFITE (@StarrcastEvents) February 6, 2019
Stay tuned to https://t.co/VShyAtb4Ry for more info! pic.twitter.com/ISsNeGVl6m
- MLW announced that new MLW Champion Tom Lawlor was attacked during his first press conference after winning the title.
- Becky Lynch brings more heat on social media.
Hey Steph, don’t forget to ask your husband how his day went in work. #idonttrustnoneofyou— The Man (@BeckyLynchWWE) February 6, 2019
- TCW put out the following press release:
TCW Wrestling (The Early Years):
Featuring 20+ Wrestling Legends Streaming Now Exclusively
At TCW Wrestling On Demand!!!
For immediate release:
TCW Wrestling On Demand is pleased to announce the release of TCW Wrestling (The Early Years). This rare 49 episode collection features matches & interviews from some of the biggest names in pro wrestling history, including: Jake “The Snake” Roberts, Harley Race, Jerry “The King” Lawler, Brian James & Kip Sopp (f/k/a “The New Age Outlaws”), Jay Lethal, Tim Storm, “The LVR Boy” Matt Riviera, Tammy “Sunny” Sytch, Fit Finlay, “Hacksaw” Jim Duggan, Jazz, “Wildfire” Tommy Rich, Bill Apter, Matt Bourne (as Boink the Clown), “Beautiful” Bobby Eaton, Malia Hosaka, Rodney Mack, Ricky Morton, Chris Cruise, Ken Resnick, Stacy “The Cat” Cater, & all of the great stars of TCW Wrestling!!
TCW Wrestling (The Early Years), along with over 120 hours of wrestling action including the Mid-South Legends Fanfest featuring Q & A sessions withJim Cornette, “Cowboy” Bill Watts & more, is available now by going to TCW Wrestling On Demand & subscribing today at: tcwwrestling.pivotshare.com
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- “Uptown” Andy Brown won the Hollywood Heritage Championship, defeating Royce Isaacs on Championship Wrestling from Hollywood.