Fight Size Update: Tama Tonga's Message To "The BrisHoes", Johnny Gargano, Tommaso Ciampa, Danny Cage/RKO, More

Here's your Fight Size wrestling Update for the morning of April 14th, 2019.

- One-half of the current IWGP and ROH World Tag Team Champions Tama Tonga left a special message for The Briscoes on Twitter.


- Monster Factory owner and head coach Danny Cage shared that he wants to train the kid that was arrested for attempting to RKO his principle.


- KDRV.com profiled former WWE talent Hans Mueller.


- Mike Mooneyham of The Post and Courier wrote a feature about Kofi Kingston's WWE Championship win.


- Forbes put together an article of the times that Sasha Banks has voiced her displeasure with her position in WWE.


- AAW posted Johnny Gargano and Tommaso Ciampa's respective farewell speeches:


- Here's what is on tap on the WWE Network this week:

Monday following Raw, it will be a repeat of "WWE Chronicle: Roman Reigns. Part Two" which will follow Reigns as he prepares for Wrestlemania 35.

Tuesday at 10 PM Eastern, it will be a brand-new "205 Live" which will feature a rematch between Cedric Alexander versus Oney Lorcan

Wednesday at 3 PM Eastern, it will be a brand-new "NXT UK" which will feature the following action :

*Grizzled Young Veterans versus Amir Jordan and Kenny Williams

*Rhea Ripley versus Kacy Catanzaro

Wednesday at 8 PM Eastern, it will be a brand-new "WWE NXT" which will feature :

*The return of Johnny Gargano to Full Sail

*Shayna Baszler versus Kairi Sane for the NXT Women's Championship (if Shayna defeats Kairi, Sane will get no more championship opportunities)

At 9 PM Eastern, it will "Worlds Collide" special featuring Cruiserweights colliding in the following matchups:

*The Brian Kendrick versus Tyler Bate

*Flash Morgan Webster & Mark Andrews versus.Ariya Daivari & Mike Kanellis

*Albert Hardie Jr. versus Gran Metalik versus Ligero.

Friday at 7:30 PM Eastern, it will be "This Week in WWE."

Saturday at 12 AM Eastern, it will be the live stream debut of "Midsouth Wrestling" from February 18, 1984 which has the following description, "Mid-South Wrestling embraces the debut of The Rock 'n' Roll Express. A rift is formed between Magnum T.A. and Mr. Wrestling II."

At 10 AM Eastern, it will be the live stream debut of "WWF Superstars" from October 17, 1992, which has the following description, "The world buzzes over a newly crowned WWE Champion. Plus, Tatanka, Big Boss Man, The British Bulldog, and many more in action!"


- NJPW young lion Ayato Yoshida captured the Strongest-K Championship.

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