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WWE have suspended 2 of its Superstars following Wellness Policy violations, something that hadn’t happened for more than a year. Both Robert Roode and Primo Colon were suspended for breaking the Policy. WWE confirmed this with a short statement on their website, “WWE has suspended Eddie Colón (Primo) and Robert Roode each for 30 days effective immediately, for a first violation of the company’s talent wellness policy.”
Primo has not been seen on WWE TV in quite some time, he wrestled some dark matches with Epico last February. He was seen last summer and last weekend working over in Puerto Rico with Epico for WWC, his father’s promotion. Robert Roode was last seen in a losing effort against Roman Reigns on the November 29th edition of SmackDown. He was stretchered away after a post-match beatdown and hasn’t been seen since.
Salina de la Renta is conjuring up her destroyer and plans on unleashing the legendary LA Park in Philadelphia Saturday night February 1 at the 2300 Arena. MLW today announced LA Park’s return at MLW: FIGHTLAND at the 2300 Arena in Philadelphia on Saturday, February 1. The event will be a MLW FUSION TV taping for beIN SPORTS.
Last seen in a violent World Heavyweight Championship clash with Jacob Fatu at SuperFight, the mysterious LA Park will reemerge February 1 with Salina de la Renta vowing total destruction. League officials are in talks with Promociones Dorado about his big bout for Philadelphia.
Debuting in MLW in June 2002 at the 2300 Arena, LA Park has been a constant force to reckon with in the league ever since. Dominating opponents with a unique blend of Lucha and carnage, LA Park has conquered virtually all in his path. Now, Park looks to author a new chapter in chaos at FIGHTLAND. What does Salina de la Renta have in store for MLW in Philadelphia?
Major League Wrestling also today announced the rescheduling of its MLW: Intimidation Games event at Cicero Stadium in Chicago. The event, originally scheduled for February 29, has been moved to Saturday, April 18 at Cicero Stadium. The event will be a MLW FUSION TV taping for beIN SPORTS.
— Court Bauer (@courtbauer) December 10, 2019
No episode of NWA Powerrr tonight but a new episode of Ten Pounds of Gold to watch below.
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