Here is your Fight Size update for the morning of 11/14/19.

- Watch the top 5 moments from IMPACT Wrestling in the video above.

- Aliyah had a rough time against Xia Li, suffering a broken nose.

- ACH has deleted his Twitter account.

- Earl Hebner spoke with Wrestling Inc about AEW referee issues.

"They need to have me in their dressing rooms teaching them. Right now I’m just doing PPVs because of travel and everything so I’m fortunate to just do the PPVs. What they have is pretty good. We learn everyday so it’s not like we know everything. … Sometimes I think with the tag matches there’s too much interference and they bury the ref a lot.”

- The Target Center is advertising the following matches for WWE TLC. As always, card is subject to change.

* WWE Women’s Tag Team Championship TLC Match: Charlotte Flair & Becky Lynch vs. Kabuki Warriors
* TLC Match: Roman Reigns vs. King Baron Corbin
* Rusev vs. Bobby Lashley (w/ Lana)

- Watch NXT stars at the Special Olympics.

- The following Hidden Gem (via WWE Network News) has been added to WWE Network

Sunday Night Slam: November 1994 [Duration: 00:44:58]
Yokozuna, The British Bulldog, The Smoking Gunns and more compete in exciting matches just days before Survivor Series 1994.

- Eric Bischoff on why Triple H didn't work out in WCW (via 411Mania)

“So when Paul Levesque came along, or came to my attention, and by the way, he came to my attention through Terry Taylor, Terry must have gotten a tape from him or something. And when Paul Levesque came to my attention, and everyone was excited about bringing him in, they saw a lot of potential in Paul, but he lived in the northeast. And he came in right at that period of time when we were really trying to micromanage our talent travel budget. And the biggest issue I had with him was that he didn’t live in Atlanta. I think, there was an acronym that I used to describe Paul, I think I even said it to him once, he was geographically undesirable, a GUD. And I heard him reference that a couple of years ago, making fun of me for putting him in that category. But again, at the time, we just couldn’t afford to fly people in from the west coast or fly even people from Minneapolis, we were just trying to get everyone to move and reside within the Atlanta market so we could cut down on our travel expenses.”

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