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Sami Callihan Done With MLW

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Sami Callihan

Sami Callihan is done with Major League Wrestling (MLW).

Callihan departs the promotion, where he also served as an agent behind the scenes, following his lost in a Falls Count Anywhere, Loser LEaves Town match against Mance Warner this past week on MLW Fusion, which you can see the full episode of below.

Callihan and Jim Cornette had tension, so much so that Callihan spit water on Cornette during his entrance, and despite the animosity, MLW CEO Court Bauer says that issues with Cornetter were not what led to Callihan’s departure.

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Davey Boy Smith Jr. Done with New Japan

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Davey Boy Smith Jr.

Dave Boy Smith Jr. may be done with New Japan Pro Wrestling, ending a relationship he has had with the promotion since 2011, according to various reports, and effectively ending his partnership with Lance Archer, who together formed the Killer Elite Squad tag team.

Smith is still involved with Major League Wrestling where Smith Jr, Teddy Hart, and Brian Pillman Jr comprise the Hart Foundation, who are currently their tag team champions, and Teddy Hart is the middleweight champion.

Smith will receive a future MLW World Championship match as he recently won a fan vote.

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Signs Point to Pentagon Jr. and Fenix Joining WWE

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WWE may be on the verge of adding some elite lucha talent to their roster in the near future as signs continue to point to both Pentagon Jr. and Fenix making their way to WWE, likely to join the 205 Live or NXT brand.

Both Pentagon Jr. and Fenix had commitments in 2019 but have recently informed promoter that those commitments are now up in the air, which usually indicates that they are working on, or have completed a deal with WWE.

MLW pulled the lucha brothers from an October show as rumors heated up. They are currently booked for Impact’s Bound for Glory event in October, but beyond that is when things get interesting as they seem to be keeping their schedule wide open, which opens that door for the start of any new WWE deal.

 

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