Braun Strowman Responds To Tyson Fury’s Win, Shinsuke Nakamura Gets Staples After SmackDown, ROH Turns 18 (WZ Roundup)
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Tyson Fury was the talk of the town Sunday morning after he defeated Deontay Wilder in Las Vegas. WWE Intercontinental Championship Braun Strowman chimed in on the discussion and offered to defend his title against Fury.
— Braun Strowman (@BraunStrowman) February 23, 2020
After a chaotic Symphony of Destruction match on WWE Friday Night SmackDown this week, Shinsuke Nakamura required medical attention. WWE’s official Instagram account shared a picture of a wound on Nakamura’s head that required nine staples.
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Nakamura fittingly commented on the match using his Twitter account; “The piano was toughest,” wrote Nakamura, “and I couldn’t beat it.”
— Shinsuke Nakamura (@ShinsukeN) February 22, 2020
Happy 18th birthday, Ring of Honor; the company was held its first event on this day in 2002. Ian Riccaboni, the company’s lead play-by-play commentator, commented on the occasion.
ROH has taken me all over the world, literally. I've been on the team for six years, went from young go-fer to 160+ episodes of television, PPVs, MSG, etc.
— Ian Riccaboni (@IanRiccaboni) February 23, 2020
Kenny Omega is returning to DDT Pro-Wrestling. On the company’s official Twitter page, they announced Omega will be at the DDT Wrestle Peter Pan event on June 7.
— DDT English Update (@ddtpro_eng) February 23, 2020
At Toy Fair, MJF got to see his first All Elite Wrestling action figure; AEW recently announced their partnership with Jazwares, who are producing the company’s first toy products.
— All Elite Wrestling (@AEWrestling) February 22, 2020