Fight Size Update: Mick Foley's Show Coming To The WWE Network, AJ Styles Becomes Emotional Following His Match In Japan, New PWR Tag Team Champions

Here's your Fight Size wrestling Update for the morning of June 30th, 2018.

- Multifaceted WWE staff member Jeremy Borash was the host of Mick Foley's 20 Years Of Hell show in Pittsburgh yesterday. At the conclusion of the show, Borash told the live crowd in attendance that Mick Foley's one-man show will be debuting on the WWE Network after the 'Hell In A Cell' PPV on September 16th.

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- Former two-time IWGP Heavyweight Champion and current WWE Champion AJ Styles is currently in Japan with the SmackDown roster as the blue-brand is touring "The Land Of The Rising Sun". Following AJ's WWE Title defense against Samoa Joe in front of the Japan faithful, Styles became emotional while speaking about performing in the country he was a World Champion in prior to his emergence into WWE.

- Japanese comedian Pikotaro caught up with Asuka before WWE's live event in Tokyo and the two had a hilarious time together.

- WWE Hall Of Famer Scott Hall will be in attendance at 'Potsdam Comic Con' on August 18th and 19th during SummerSlam weekend.

- The stars of the SmackDown roster as mentioned are currently in Japan competing in front of live audiences and enjoying themselves as well. Xavier Woods, Kofi Kingston, Becky Lynch, Luke Harper and Aiden English did some Go-Kart racing in the streets of Japan during their free time.

-WWE has uploaded the full WWE Championship match from the 2010 'Extreme Rules' PPV onto their YouTube channel. The match featured John Cena and Batista competing for the company's top prize in a Last Man Standing match.

- Dave Meltzer noted in the latest edition of his Wrestling Observer Newsletter that Big Cass was indeed let go from the company with a 90-day no compete clause in his contract.

- The 'Rascalz' Dezmond Xavier and Zachary Wentz defeated Pete Dunne and Millie McKenzie to become the new 'Pro Wrestling Revolver' Tag Team Champions.

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