Here's your fight-size update for the morning of June 28, 2020:
- The Undertaker enjoys a softball game as he is seen in the USSSA Pride softball game against This Is Us in Florida.
The Undertaker may have retired in #TheLastRide, but tonight, he and his wife Michelle McCool were enjoying that retirement life at the USSSA Pride softball game against This Is Us in Florida.— Jon Alba (@JonAlba) June 28, 2020
Video courtesy: @USSSAPride #WWE pic.twitter.com/QDof14YJRo
- Prime Time Pro Wrestling Champion O'Shay Edwards announced that he is vacating the title and will be stepping away from any PTPW-related activity indefinitely.
Effective Immediately.— BIG. BAD. KAIJU. (@AllDamnDayOShay) June 28, 2020
I'm relinquishing the @PrimeTimePW Championship and with it, I'm stepping away from anything PTPW related indefinitely.
- Knox County, Tennessee Mayor Glenn Jacobs, formerly known as Kane in WWE, was forced to pull out of an appearance at a campaign fundraising event for Eric Brakey due to an undisclosed health issue.
- NWA World Heavyweight Champion Nick Aldis shares his thoughts on what has happened with the NWA in the wake of former VP Dave Lagana resigning from his position.
#nwafam I'm not gonna lie, it's been a difficult week.— Nick Aldis (@RealNickAldis) June 28, 2020
I still love this business. And I love the NWA. Our fans our second to none; you've all trusted the brand and what we represent, and that trust is going to be rewarded.
Thank you all. pic.twitter.com/RQQioL5OMw
- A GoFundMe to help out Larry Csonka's daughters has been set up and you can donate to it at this link.
- A GoFundMe for “The Headliner” Chris Michaels, who recently had to undergo reconstructive surgery on both his shoulder and biceps, can be seen here.
- Maria Kanellis, who was released by WWE in April along with her husband Mike, says she will be back.
Don’t worry. We will be back. They thought I was quitting after having babies. Hahahaha... that’s just the beginning. Everything I fought for before is nothing compared to those pretty baby eyes. Those browns and blues. ---- https://t.co/mxXPsQr5pO— MariaKanellisBennett (@MariaLKanellis) June 28, 2020
- NJPW takes a look at the history of the New Japan Cup from 2005 to 2019 in the video below.
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