GCW Announces New Year's Double-Header, Sami Zayn Reacts To Talking Smack Change | Fight-Size Update

Here's your fight-size update for the evening of November 8, 2020:

- Game Changer Wrestling has announced shows slated for New Year's Eve and New Year's Day.

AAA Tag Team Titles Change Hands On 10/16 Episode Of AEW Dynamite

- Sami Zayn is not happy about being replaced by Paul Heyman on Talking Smack

- MLW released the following concerning #TheRestart:

YouTube to air MLW Fusion Wednesday nights starting Nov. 18
•Stream on fubo Sports Network & YouTube - Wednesdays 7pm
•Watch nationwide on cable & satellite on beIN Sports - Saturdays 10pm

NEW YORK – YouTube will air Major League Wrestling’s flagship series MLW FUSION on Wednesday nights, with episodes premiering at 7pm ET on MLW’s YouTube channel: www.YouTube.com/majorleaguewrestling.

MLW will kick off the move to Wednesday nights on November 18th as part of #TheRestart initiative by the league.

“Fans have been blowing up my Twitter for months asking that we keep MLW’s presence on YouTube, so we’re going to do just that,” said MLW CEO Court Bauer. “YouTube has enabled us to grow and we will continue to enrich the platform with more quality content from MLW.”

MLW officials confirmed more information about the fight card for the November 18th premiere will be made available shortly.

MLW will be moving much of its programming to Wednesday nights, while its flagship series will air nationwide on cable and satellite Saturday nights at 10pm on beIN SPORTS in the United States.

MLW returns Wednesday night November 18 at 7pm ET with the premiere of FUSION on Fubo Sports and YouTube.

Fans can also watch nationwide on cable and dish via beIN SPORTS on Saturday nights at 10pm ET.

Watch FUSION anytime, anywhere on DAZN.

- During a press conference to discuss the main event of Wrestle Kingdom 15, NJPW Chairman Naoki Sugabayashi mentioned some interesting stats regarding NJPW and the amount of COVID-19 cases resulting from doing shows with fans. Here's is what he said.

"New Japan Pro-Wrestling has staged 54 live events in front of a combined paying crowd of 72,706. Thanks to our guidelines and the efforts of our fans to adhere to them, we have had zero COVID-19 cases arising as a result of any of our live events," Sugabayashi said.

- You can donate to a GoFundMe served to help with Jim Valley's medical costs at this link.

- Keith Lee recently spoke to Sportsnet in Canada.

- Renee Paquette reveals that her mom is watching Jon Moxley’s brutal I Quit match against Eddie Kingston and it's not going well.

- Sean Waltman took some time to remember Alex Trebek.

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