Scorpio Sky Talks Ladder Match Damage, Aldis Credits TNA For Spotlighting The UK Audience | FS Update

Here's your fight-size update for Monday, March 15, 2021:

- On his most recent Wrestling with the Week podcast, Scorpio Sky opened up about competing in ladder matches and how painful they are for all competitors.

Eddie Kingston Recalls Turning Into A Fan When In The Ring With Sting

"That ladder match was hard, man. My first match in two months and jumping right in the deep water like I talked about a few weeks ago, it was not easy. I'm still feeling it... My back, my shoulders, my everything, the ladder match is everything that it’s built up to be. We talked about it going into it, we talked about how you're going to come out and you're not going to be the same and that's accurate, man. Like that one was one of the rougher ones."

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- Nick Aldis, in an interview with Metro, credited TNA Wrestling with being one of the first promotions to really put the UK audience first.

"I think some of that started to change with TNA, I think TNA deserve a lot of credit for that. ‘They had such a strong following and because of the efforts of people – not just me, but people like Jeremy Borash and others who were very keenly aware of how much the UK wrestling market was set to explode, really pushed that agenda of “If we treat these guys like equals, they’re not gonna be satisfied anymore in a global market with table scraps. They want their own main course.”

- Ticketmaster no longer lists tomorrow as the on sale for Wrestlemania 37. WWE wants 45,000 fans per night.

- Mick Foley took to Twitter to unveil a new look.

- The Good Brothers (Doc Gallows & Karl Anderson) noted on TalkNShop they filmed another Bad Ass Movie Night special for AXS TV. This would be their third special for AXS. They stated there are two more specials in their contracts. No further details were given.

- Per WrestlingInc, a recent WWE fan survey asks fans their thoughts on All Elite Wrestling and other rival promotions such as IMPACT Wrestling.

- Paul Wight, formerly known as The Big Show, will be doing a virtual meeting greet on March 28.

- The "Best of WWE" compilations are now featured on the front page of Peacock. Currently, the streaming service features 10 compilations:

*10 Biggest Matches in WrestleMania History.

*John Cena's Best WrestleMania Matches.

*Ric Flair's Best WWE Matches.

*Brock Lesnar's Most Dominant Matches.

*Shawn Michaels' Best WrestleMania Matches.

*Stone Cold's Best WrestleMania Matches.

*The Undertaker's WrestleMania Legacy.

*The Best of Goldberg.

*Stone Cold's Hell Raisin' Moments.

* Randy Savage's Best Matches.

- There is a new book coming out later this year about the WWE Championship and its lineage.

This deluxe oversized hardback book explores the history of the WWE Championship from Buddy Rogers in 1963 to the current WWE Championship held by Drew McIntyre.

In its near 60-year history, the main WWE Championship has been held by over 50 Superstars and had its name/design changed 13 times. This book will explore the changing face of the WWE Championship via the Superstars that have held the title as well as the greatest matches for the championship.

Richly illustrated with official WWE photography, this book covers the WWE Championship by exploring each era of WWE in chronological order. The book explores each era of WWE:

• Early Years- 1967-’80s
• The Golden Age- ’80s to early ’90s
• New Generation- Early ’90s to mid ’90s
• Attitude Era- Mid ’90s to early 2000s
• PG Era- 2008-2013
• Reality Era- 2014-2016
• The New Era- 2016-present

Featuring historic photography and stories about the icons to have held the title including legends such as Hulk Hogan, Bret Hart, Stone Cold Steve Austin, The Rock, Triple H, Ric Flair, Bruno Sammartino, Brock Lesnar, John Cena and many more. In addition, the history of the Championship is brought to life with the greatest title matches revisited – such as WrestleMania VI’s Ultimate Challenge, Shawn and Bret’s Iron Man Match, The Chair Shot Heard Around the World, and Triple H and Cactus Jack’s Street Fight at Royal Rumble 2000.

A perfect gift, The WWE Championship: The Greatest Prize in Sport’s Entertainment will be cherished by every member of the WWE Universe, new or old.

- Jimmy Lloyd is now set for the No Peace Underground show during WrestleMania weekend in Tampa, Florida.

- NOAH has announced Kaito Kiyomiya suffered a concussion and will miss the company’s next show, NOAH THE INFINITY 2021, on March 21 in Korakuen Hall.

- Check out everything you need to know before Monday Night Raw at this link.

- WWE stock today closed at $57.67 today. This was an increase of .8%

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