BEST OF SUPER JUNIORS 26 TAGE 1 - 6 REVIEW! Weekly recap in german! Wrestling Wochenrückblick! Episode 53!
WWE 205 LIVE WEEKLY PODCAST WWE LONDON | WWE 205 LIVE MAY 14 2019 | WWE 205 JIVE PODCAST
Published May 17 2019 By Andre Corbeil Of wrestlingwithwrestling.com
#WWE205LIVE LONDON | WWE 205 LIVE MAY 14 2019 | 205 JIVE PODCAST On this episode of 205 Jive hose Jacob Grondy honors cruiserweight legend Silver King with a career overview after his untimely tragic death on 5/11/2019. He also gives the latest of who is in and who is out of the WWE and how it effect 205 Live, gives his Money In The Bank predictions and is still mad about how Cedric is not being used on Raw. All of this plus a full rundown of 205 Live from London England.
BLACK WRESTLERS MATTER: "MVP" MONTEL VONTAVIOUS PORTER PROFESSOR MALIK X | PRO WRESTLER MVP
Published May 17 2019 By Professor Malik X Of wrestlingwithwrestling.com
Hassan Hamin Assad (b. Alvin Burke Jr. in 1973) is an American Professional Wrestler from Liberty City, Miami, Florida who is best known for his work in WWE from 2006-2010 as Montel Vontavious Porter, or simply MVP. He debuted in the Florida independent scene in 2002 as Antonio Banks, where he wrestled in Full Impact Pro, Future Of Wrestling (where he won the tag team titles with Punisher), Coastal Championship Wrestling (where he won the heavyweight title belt) and made several brief stops at TNA. Later he had a run in the Puerto Rican IWA until in 2005, when he signed a developmental deal with WWE and was assigned to Deep South Wrestling in Georgia, where he developed the MVP gimmick, an arrogant, self-obsessed athlete based on Rod Tidwell and Terrell Owens. He debuted on SmackDown in 2006 as Porter, with the storyline of holding out for a big contract and eventually obtaining it. Over the course of his WWE run, he would hold the WWE United States Heavyweight Title twice and the WWE (SmackDown!) Tag Team Titles once with Matt Hardy. He left WWE to compete in New Japan Pro-Wrestling until he left in 2013. Then went on to return to TNA in early 2014. He's also won the IWR Tag Team Titles, The Infamous Ironman Heavymetalweight Championship belt and the All Pro Wrestling Universal Heavyweight Title. https://www.facebook.com/Bigezy5 https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCBn7... https://twitter.com/nubianmaster
Because schedules to record a new show didn't match up yet again, you guys are getting a very special WWE Network watch-along! Until now, these were YouTube exclusives and were some of our most-watched videos! Now, you get three hilariously bad matches in one great show! Join in!
Due to recording issues this week, our Big Show episode has been put on ice. Instead, the guys are treating you to formerly YouTube exclusive material never heard before on the podcast. If you've got the WWE Network, fire it up, watch along, and laugh along to these three terrible matches from WCW Halloween Havoc!
New Champion Williams Takes Hurd's Belts By Unanimous Decision | Knocked The F Out Boxing Podcast
Published May 11 2019 By Chuck P Of wrestlingwithwrestling.com
Published on May 11, 2019
#HurdvsWilliams #BoxingResults Williams takes Hurd's 154-pound belts by unanimous decision Julian Williams celebrates after defeating Jarrett Hurd for the IBF, WBA and IBO super welterweight boxing titles in Fairfax, Va., Saturday, May 11, 2019. Williams won by unanimous decision. FAIRFAX, Va. (AP) — Challenger Julian Williams unanimously outpointed Jarrett Hurd on Saturday night to take the IBF, WBA and IBO super welterweight titles. Williams (27-1-1), fighting for a title for the second time in his career, knocked down Hurd (23-1) in the second round and stayed on his feet throughout. While both fighters appeared in danger at times, with Williams clearly believing he won in the later rounds. The judges agreed, scoring it 116-111, 115-112 and 115-112. During the middle of the sixth round, arguably Hurd's best,
Williams made a "come at me" expression after Hurd connected with a jab. Williams was flexing to his corner after the 11th, and was the more active fighter in the 12th, landing one final promising combination 45 seconds before the bell. When the final bell sounded, a member of Williams' corner rushed out to hoist him skyward in the ring. Fighting at EagleBank Arena in Washington's Virginia suburbs,
a short drive from Hurd's home in Accokeek, Maryland, Hurd had promising stretches but failed to truly seize momentum in front of his home crowd. The Philadelphia-based Williams won the fight by at least three points on all three scorecards, meaning he would've won even without knocking down Hurd. After a quiet first round, Williams appeared to hurt Hurd midway through the second with a pair of combinations, then knocked him down with about 30 seconds left with a left hook. Hurd rose quickly, but Williams closed on him again as the bell sounded. Williams continued to look in control until the close of the fifth, when Hurd got him to the ropes and landed a damaging combination. Hurd then opened the sixth as if he believed Williams had been hurt, connecting with a very early right hook that set off a ferocious round from both fighters. By its midpoint, Hurd's fans were chanting his nickname "Swift! Swift!" But by the end of the seventh, Hurd's corner was attending to a cut over his right eye, and he failed to recapture that energy in the building for the fight's remainder. Julian Williams vs Jarrett Hurd Full Press Conference
Julian Williams vs Jarrett Hurd Full Press Conference Welcome to KNOCKED THE F OUT Podcast #18! Off the heels of an exciting fight between challenger "J-Rock" Julian Williams and Junior Light Middleweight champion of the world Jarrett Hurd for a unified fight for all to talk about Chuck P and Carl Cleveland talk about the results of an epic fight! Was Jarrett Hurd successful at another title defense or Did Julian Williams shock the world and leave with all the gold?! It's strap season so listen in and let the fun begin!🥊🥊
Chuck P (C-Ville's Finest) and Carl Cleveland provide their honest non biased opinions on all the great boxers of the modern era. Make sure you tune in to every episode and to stay on top of when new videos are uploaded, follow Chuck P on Twitter @ChuckP216.You have a "Chuck P Guarantee" you'll enjoy every podcast as we now proceed to cover all four corners of the boxing ring and witness some great combat fighters get KNOCKED THE F OUT! 🥊🥊
#RINGOFHONOR WORLD HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPION #MATTTAVEN INTERVIEW ANDRE CORBEIL SHOW: MATT TAVEN - RING OF HONOR WORLD HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPION MATT TAVEN INTERVIEW...
Published May 8th 2019 By Andre Corbeil of wrestlingwithwrestling.com
The Andre Corbeil show is proud to bring you this #RingOfHonorSuperShow Featuring the biggest star in Ring of Honor and it's ROH World Heavyweight Champion & Leader of "the Kingdom" Matt Taven in this exclusive wrestling with wrestling Matt Taven Match & Matt Taven Wrestling Interview.
Roh World Heavyweight Champion Matt Taven calls out EC3 Ethan Carter III For ripping off his finishing move the climax! and calling it the one percenter.
Matt also brings up Dean Ambrose using the move, Although not mentioning Jon Moxley by name.
This whole explanation is made possible after Matt Taven defended his Ring of Honor World Heavyweight Championship and RCW color commentator Andre Corbeil called Tavens move the one percenter, In which Matt Taven was quick to correct the wrestlingwithwrestling.com founder on the mic in front of the live wrestling audience.
Enjoy this one on one exclusive Ring of Honor wrestling interview courtesy of Andre Corbeil & #WrestlingWithWrestling Support Wrestlingwithwrestling.com Today & thank you for the support!
RCW: MATT HART & DDD VS. MAVERICK JACK & CODY CHIMERA | RCW REAL CANADIAN WRESTLING 16TH ANNIVERSARY... #RCWWRESTLING #RCW REAL CANADIAN #WRESTLING 16TH ANNIVERSARY SHOW...
Published May 12 2019 By Andre Corbeil of WrestlingWithWrestling.Com
in front of a sold-out Calgary wrestling audience! As Real Canadian wrestling celebrate their 16th anniversary. RCW Real Canadian wrestling held its 16th anniversary show in Calgary Alberta Canada
"GANGREL" WRESTLING SHOOT INTERVIEW | WWE LEGEND "GANGREL" | ANDRE CORBEIL WRESTLING INTERVIEWS...
Published May 5th 2019 By Andre Corbeil of wrestlingwithwrestling.com Gangrel American professional #wrestler OVERVIEW #MOVIES AND #TVSHOWS David William Heath is an American professional wrestler. He is best known for his appearances in the #WorldWrestlingEntertainment from 1998 to 2001 and intermittently throughout the mid-2000s under the ring name #Gangrel.