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AEW Scores Huge Multiplatform Deal With WarnerMedia

We are seeing a change in the landscape of pro wrestling and it is a change that many have been waiting for. When Vince McMahon’s WWE purchased Ted Turner’s WCW it was the end of the Monday Night Wars and it was the end of actual competition for the WWE. Fans have long been clamoring for change as they feel Vince has lost his touch and the product he puts out on a weekly basis has gotten stale. Now up and coming wrestling promotion All Elite Wrestling or simply AEW has scored a huge win helping to bring that change
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AEW: It’s Brother vs Brother At Double or Nothing

Earlier today the official AEW Twitter account revealed that it’s going to be brother vs brother as Cody Rhodes takes on Dustin Rhodes at the upcoming AEW event, Double or Nothing. #AEW #DoubleOrNothing Sat, May 25th #LasVegas @MGMGrand #GardenArena#NightmareVsNatural@CodyRhodes vs @DustinRhodes#AEWDoN pic.twitter.com/irtJXDwAWm — All Elite Wrestling (@AEWrestling) April 20, 2019 The matchup is being touted as one last ride for Dustin who looks to possibly end his career against his own brother. Dustin and Cody are no stranger to feuds as they fought often in WWE when they weren’t teaming up. AEW’s Double or Nothing event will be a must
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WWE News: Usos Sign New WWE Deals

Pro Wrestling Sheet has reported that the Usos have signed new WWE deals. Terms and length have not yet been disclosed at this time. It was reported that the agreed upon deals were finalized several weeks ago. The Usos Sign New Multi-Year WWE Contracts: https://t.co/MHg8RtVjKj pic.twitter.com/3t949xUrBE — Pro Wrestling Sheet (@WrestlingSheet) April 3, 2019 The Usos are in the middle of their sixth Tag Team Championship reign and are set to defend the Smackdown Tag Team Titles this Sunday at WrestleMania 35 against Rusev and Shinsuke Nakamura, Aleister Black and Ricochet and The Bar In a fatal four way match.
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WWE News: Jim Ross and WWE to Part Ways

It was originally reported by Ryan Satin of Pro Wrestling Sheet that Jim Ross revealed on his podcast this week that he and WWE have mutually agreed to part ways when his contract expires at the end of this month. JR would confirm in the podcast that he plans to find work elsewhere. “I need to move on. I still want to play in the game. I still want to stay busy. I still think I can do play-by-play even though others that may surround Vince [McMahon] think I can’t. ” Jim Ross has worked for WWE off and on
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