Tuesday, November 8, 2011

News On TNA/OVW Link

Credit:PWInsider

The TNA-Ohio Valley Wrestling relationship that was announced yesterday was the brainchild of Bruce Prichard, who was very familiar with the OVW developmental system when it was associated with WWE and pitched the idea to TNA executives several months back.
Prichard's selling point to TNA was said to be that the lion's share of WWE stars that broke through as top-tier talents came through OVW's seasoning, which would be correct, although many of them were signed by WWE prior to being sent to Louisville.

A visit was arranged with several Execs, including Prichard, Eric Bischoff and Jeff Jarrett, visiting the Davis Arena so they could get a feel for the venue and the way that Danny Davis operates. That actually went down a few months back as well, so this had been in the works for some time.

The new relationship will allow TNA to send potential talents they want to evaluate as well as younger TNA talents to Louisville, where they can gain seasoning in the ring from trainers like Rip Rogers and also experience working weekly TV and house shows.

Basically, everything will come from the existing OVW camp as opposed to OVW expanding operations to include additional responsibilities for a TNA developmental program.


The deal will also allow TNA the chance to monitor the regulars working OVW TV, which will be beneficial for Ohio Valley Wrestling as they'll gain new students seeking to break into TNA, much as they did previously with a huge influx of wrestlers trying to earn WWE developmental deals. OVW is a big winner there, as it places them back on the forefront of the map in a major way as the TNA relationship provides them an immediate conduit to new potential students, which will only help their bottom line and talent pool.
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*Spoiler* Result For WWE Superstars

*Daniel Bryan defeated William Regal in a really good match. Funny moment during the introductions, they played Regal's "Real Man's Man" theme
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*Spoiler* Results For NXT 11/9/11

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NXT:

In ring promo with BateMax, Titus and Percy Watson. Johnny Curtis interrupts, it quickly descends into a soap opera. Watson and O'Neil Vs Curtis and Bateman later.

Tyson Kidd b. Trent Baretta.

Bateman and Maxine promo backstage promo, Curtis walks in and tries to cause dissent. Maxine with a slap to Curtis!

JTG backstage with Tamina, the Usos come along and break up the would be lovebirds. We have a match later, JTG and Jay Uso.



Jay Uso b. JTG.
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*Spoiler* Results For WWE Smackdown 11/11/11

ProWrestling.net

Randy Orton came out and talked about leading his Survivor Series team. He said he was going to beat them one-by-one, but when he got to Wade Barrett, his music played and he came out. Barrett said he's a natural leader and said beating Orton's team at Survivor Series would show he's ready to be a World Champion for the first time.

Christian's music hit and he came out in a neck brace. He bigged up Barrett and said he inspires people. He said he and Barret should send a message and the three began to brawl. Sheamus ran out. Orton and Sheamus cleared the heels from the ring.

Teddy Long's music hit and he ordered Christian vs. Sheamus next. He also announced Barrett vs. Orton for later in the show.

1. Sheamus beat Christian with the Celtic Cross. Another good match between the two. One sweet spot was when Christian jumped out of the ring, got caught by Sheamus, who rammed him into the barricade.

Daniel Bryan was talking backstage with A.J. and Kaitlyn about he almost cashed MiTB last week. Mark Henry turned up and said how dare Bryan almost cash it in. He said Bryan had guts but he will spill them later tonight in their match.

A promo package for Ezekiel Jackson was shown. A terrible Teddy Long and Aksana backstage segment occurred. The less said the better. Alicia Fox was involved.

2. Ted DiBiase beat Jinder Mahal. Jinder didn't even get an entrance. Ted won quickly. Squash match.

3. Mark Henry beat Daniel Bryan. Henry won with the World's Strongest Slam. After the match, Henry got the chair meaning to break his leg, but Bryan got the chair and hit Henry with it. Henry no sold and gave him the World's Strongest Slam several times. He put him in the corner with the chair on his leg, but Big Show made the save.

Henry kept Show out of the ring, and hit Bryan on the back with the chair. Show stood on the apron and the two had a stare off until henry got out of the ring. Show got in, tossed the world championship back to Henry, then got on the mic to trash him.

4. Big Show defeated three enhancement wrestlers. Henry then trashed him from the ramp. Henry botched his promo afterwards. He did say he has impressed everyone and he will beat Show at Survivor Series and leave him with a lasting impression.

5. Alicia Fox beat Tamina

There was a bit with Sheamus and Matt Striker talking about Sheamus's temper. Then Mexican America, I mean Hunico, Epico and Primo made their way to the ring. The Uso's came out with their hake entrance.

6. Hunico and Epico beat The Uso Brothers.

Wade Barrett defeated Randy Orton
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British Wrestler Wresltes WWE Dark Match

According to live reports, British wrestling star Lionheart wrestled a dark match against Justin Gabriel at the WWE Smackdown Taping in Liverpool.
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TNA Returning To North Carolina In February

TNA returns to the Cabarrus Arena & Events Center in Concord, North Carolina on February 4th, 2012. Go to http://prowrestlingevents.tk for info about upcoming wrestling shows worldwide.
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Dixie Carter Comments On TNA/OVW Link

Dixie Carter tweeted the following:

Excited about our new association with OVW. "Excellence is not a destination; it's a continuous journey that never ends" Brian Tracy
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Shelly Martinez And Batista Bury The Hatchet

Shelly Martinez tweeted a photo with Dave Batista with the caption "Omg this is called peace & closure". This puts to bed the bad feeling between both former WWE talents that lead to Shelly being released.
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Synopsis For New Rock DVD

He electrified a generation of sports entertainment fans with his brash style, superb athleticism, and uproarious interviews. He held the WWE Championship a record seven times, and was known for legendary battles with “Stone Cold” Steve Austin, Triple H, Mick Foley, Undertaker, and more.

And at the peak of his popularity, he made a move to conquer a new industry, becoming an enormous movie star. Now, he’s back in WWE, ready to main event the biggest WrestleMania in history, “The People’s WrestleMania.”

In the exciting buildup to WrestleMan