Richard Holliday has announced that he will be competing in his first match in almost a year when he returns to the ring for PAPW at their ‘Rarefied Air’ show on June 10th in Woodbridge, Connecticut.
This will be Holliday’s first bout since he underwent treatment for Hodgkin’s lymphoma and his first time competing since June 23, 2022. The MLW alumnus completed treatment this past February.
Holliday also shared a picture of himself training with Brad Baylor, which you can check out below:
— Richard Holliday (@MostMarketable) May 18, 2023
Trinity (fka Naomi in WWE) recently made her in-ring debut for Impact Wrestling, and reigning Knockouts Champion Deonna Purrazzo believes she made the right choice by signing with the Anthem-owned promotion.
Speaking on the “Straight Talk Wrestling” podcast, Purrazzo, who herself is a former WWE talent, shared her thoughts about Trinity joining Impact’s Knockouts division.
You can check out some highlights from the interview below:
On Trinity making the right choice with Impact: “I agree 100%. If you ask me who my fight forever opponent is, 100%, hands down it’s Jordynne Grace. But yeah, Trinity coming in really grows our mix of women and elevates us all completely. I said to Trinity live in the ring last week, I know exactly how you’re feeling, and I do. That was genuine. It’s scary to go out and, myself prior to IMPACT, didn’t know if I wanted to wrestle anymore, didn’t know if this was for me, or did I have a passion for this. I really feel like she chose the right place in coming to IMPACT Wrestling because there’s no right and wrong here. You’re out here getting opportunities and making history, and getting opportunities to be whoever you want to be.”
On looking forward to seeing what Trinity does in Impact: I’m so excited for Trinity to see who she chooses to become and how she elevates our division, and eventually, if we do meet down the road, whether it’s for the Knockouts World Championship or not, how in turn she’s going to elevate me because she will, without a doubt.”
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