There can be only one.
10 Year Member
- Jan 21, 2009
So Austin Aries is the Defiant champion.
Maybe this time he can offer 2 million dollars to the team that wins.
That'll make it worth it....
oh my god
Vince McMahon has filed new trademarks for the XFL, and rumors are flying all over the place that he's going to announce the return of the league next month, this time as an indoor/arena football league.
As someone who loves Arena Football, this is a horrible idea. Dudes with way more money than Vince own AFL teams right now and they're all money pits.
More importantly, dudes who actually run major league sports franchises. Dan Gilbert, Jeffrey Vinik, and Ted Leonsis can't make money at it but Vince thinks he can?
Hell, even the Colorado Crush didn't make it and their ownership group was:
Pat Bowlen (owner of the Denver Broncos and Denver Outlaws)
Stan Kroenke (owner of the St Louis Rams, FC Arsenal, Colorado Avalanche, Denver Nuggets, Colorado Rapids, and Colorado Mammoth)
Tama Tonga is saying on Twitter that the OGs of Bullet Club will reunite in September 2019
The original four members were:
Prince Devitt (Finn Balor)
Bad Luck Fale
Right now Devitt and Anderson are in WWE, while Tama and Fale are in NJPW.
To me, this says Devitt and Anderson (and probably Doc Gallows too) are going back to NJPW when their contracts are up. If it were Tama and Fale going to WWE, the September 2019 date wouldn't make sense because NJPW contracts always expire in January.
Plus, Anderson and Devitt aren't doing shit in WWE. And it's unlikely WWE would sign all Tama, Fale, Tanga Loa, and Leo Tonga and it's hard to imagine them splitting up. Tama, Leo, and Loa are brothers and Fale is their cousin. Though they do have extended family in WWE as well (Roman Reigns, the Usos, Nia Jax, Tamina Snuka).
I think I might buy tickets to that Bullet Club show in Chicago next year.