AEW wrestler Shawn Spears took to Twitter on Sunday to pay tribute to all the moms out there for Mother’s Day. He wrote,
“Call your Mother. Hug your Mother. Tell her you love her. Thank her. She thinks about you everyday, but especially on this one ❤️ #MotherDay #mom”
Additionally, All Elite Wrestling posted the following video of Arn Anderson, Sonjay Dutt, and others paying tribute to their mothers for Mother’s Day:
Call your Mother.
Hug your Mother.
Tell her you love her.
She thinks about you everyday, but especially on this one ❤️#MotherDay #mom pic.twitter.com/IkrcQS1MNl
— Shawn Spears™️ (@ShawnSpears) May 14, 2023
Happy Mother’s Day from AEW! Wishing all the mothers, moms, and mums all over the world the happiest of days today ❤️💗❤️@TheArnShow | @sonjaydutterson | @QTMarshall | @hellosatnam | @RefAubrey | @TheCaZXL | @coltengunn | @theaustingunn | @ClaudioCSRO | @officialEGO |… pic.twitter.com/tHriWaa30P
— All Elite Wrestling (@AEW) May 14, 2023
Former WWE Superstar Brian Kendrick was a recent guest on the “Armbars & Sidebars” podcast to discuss the Briscoes’ legacy for tag team wrestling.
You can check out some highlights from the podcast below:
On The Briscoes’ legacy: “At least out of the tragedy, if nothing else, then it solidified some sort of infamy, I don’t know if that’s the right word. Now, now there’s a legacy, right? It’s because the story is done, now we can say ‘Wow what a great story’ and now it will be the tale of how these guys were underappreciated. They got to have a few great matches towards the end, which is nice, but yeah, it’s going to be a sad tale of what could have been.”
On the team’s place in wrestling history: “They will now be sought after by wrestlers forever, and they should have been. As far as tag team wrestlers go, teams don’t stay together like that, that’s incredible. So, now they will go down, as they should have anyways, but I think this makes it without question that they’ll go down as guys that will be studied.”
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