Social Roundup: Kenny Omega Not Cleared For Action, House Of Glory Set To Honor Matt Travis, More
Kenny Omega Not Cleared For Action
Similar to Cody, Kenny Omega took one too many bumps during his deathmatch defeat at the end of AEW Full Gear. Kenny promises to return better than ever, saying that Jon Moxley has a problem since he didn’t finish the job during their match.
I lost and doctors won’t clear me for TV.
The problem is that you left me alive and I’ll be back.
— Kenny Omega (@KennyOmegamanX) November 11, 2019
Miami Welcomes All Elite Wrestling In January
Following their New Year’s bash in Jacksonville, AEW will return to the sunshine state to hit up the glorious beaches of Miami. Will Cody and Kenny return to action in time? Will there be cross-promotion with Jericho’s cruise? Will there be a beach on which people will bash each other? All these questions can be answered firsthand for Miami fans looking to buy tickets starting Friday, November 22.
MIAMI! #AEWDynamite is coming!
Wednesday, January 15th
Watsco Center at the University of Miami
Tickets go on sale Friday Nov 22nd & start at $20!
Check https://t.co/5WsWwyDkwZ for full ticket and pricing details
AEW tickets make great holiday gifts
*hint hint nudge nudge* pic.twitter.com/D4BV7tBVz9
— All Elite Wrestling (@AEWrestling) November 11, 2019
IMPACT Adds June 2007 TV to IMPACT Plus Archive
Just down the road from Miami is Orlando, the home of the infamous Impact Zone. You can now relive more of that building’s vast history on IMPACT’s video-on-demand service. In addition to the highlighted triple threat tag match, June 2007 featured the build to Slammiversary, King of the Mountain qualifying matches and Kevin Nash doing his thing.
Every episode of iMPACT! from June 2007 is available NOW on IMPACT Plus!
Start your free 30 day trial to check out Team 3D vs. Styles and Daniels vs. LAX from the July 5th, 2007 episode! pic.twitter.com/04UqjsQEXq
— IMPACT (@IMPACTWRESTLING) November 11, 2019
House Of Glory Set To Honor Matt Travis
House of Glory’s No Limit show is now dedicated to Matt Travis, a 25-year-old performer who died via collision with a dump truck while riding his bike in New York City over the weekend. Matt trained at House of Glory wrestling and also competed in Game Changer Wrestling and Combat Zone Wrestling during his now tragically-short career.
— House Of Glory (@HOGwrestling) November 11, 2019
House of Hardcore Announce Private Party, Orange Cassidy For HOH 56
House of Hardcore will feature several AEW names in their upcoming return to the former ECW Arena in Philly. Private Party, The Best Friends, and Orange Cassidy will be in attendance, as is backstage producer Billy Gunn.
House of Hardcore RETURNS to the @2300arena Saturday November 23rd featuring stars of #AEW Private Party @IsiahKassidy @Marq_Quen
Best Friends @SexyChuckieT @trentylocks @orangecassidy & @RealBillyGunn
For tickets and more info, go to https://t.co/bTmn7myKPf#AEWFullGear pic.twitter.com/jhNpWqqubX
— House of Hardcore (@HouseofHardcore) November 10, 2019
Shane McMahon Enjoys Cena Cinema
Shane McMahon is “fired” from SmackDown (remember that?), so he has a lot more free time on his hands. Therefore, it’s no surprise that he went out to support former WWE Champion John Cena in his cinematic endeavors. What is a surprise is that he basically looks like the actor’s twin in a new photo he posted on Twitter.
— Shane McMahon (@shanemcmahon) November 11, 2019