Fight Size Update: New Triple Crown Champion, Kazuchika Okada Breaks IWGP Title Record, Baron Corbin & More!

It's TLC morning as we have your first Fight Size Update for you for October 22:

Joe Doering, who made a remarkable return to pro wrestling this year after battling brain cancer in 2016, defeated Suwama to win the Triple Crown title for the second time on Saturday. Suwama only held the title for twelve days, defeating Kento Miyahara back on October 9. Yoshitatsu challenged Doering for the title after the match. 

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Meanwhile in New Japan, Kazuchika Okada officially surpasses Shinya Hashimoto's IWGP title record today. At 490 day, Okada is the longest reigning IWGP World Heavyweight champion in history.

After Triple H announced that he'd be returning to the ring at a live event in Santiago, Chile, Baron Corbin issued a warning to him:

Ric Flair is set for an appearance at the House of Hardcore event on December 16 in Jamaica, New York.

After Braun Strowman threatened Kurt Angle on Twitter yesterday, Angle followed up with a response:

Adam Cole promises that he’ll take care of NXT champion Drew McIntyre on November 17:

Rusev debuted a new look at a live event in Buenos Aries:


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