The following is scheduled for tonight’s 2/16 Impact:
Eddie Edwards wants redemption. He wants a fight. He wants revenge on Davey Richards. After the shocking events that happened last week.
Fact of Life with host Tyrus! His special guest on the show, Fact of Life creator and usual host, Eli Drake. After turning his back on Tyrus last week, it will be interesting to see how these men interact and who’s temper flares up first.
A blast from Lashley’s Past
Brandi Rhodes & Moose vs Rosemary & Crazzy Steve
The Broken Hardy’s attempt to capture tag team gold in Tijuana, Mexico
Laurel Van Ness’ bachelorette party and Braxton Sutter’s bachelor party
Jeff Jarrett and officials from Anthem Entertainment are in the UK this week for business meetings related to the Impact Wrestling product. Jarrett indicated on Twitter that he was also going for Global Force Wrestling (GFW) business.
Pro Wrestling NOAH officially announced James Storm and Eddie Edwards will be joining Moose on March 12th in Yokohama, Japan. Their opponents have not been announced at this time.
For their March TV tapings, TNA will back in the original Impact Zone, soundstage 21. This is the larger sound studio that the company had a full-time lease with years ago.
Source: Pwinsider.com via 411Mania
Chavo Guerrero Sr. passed away yesterday at the age of 68. He was the older brother to Eddie Guerrero and the father of Chavo Guerrero Jr. Chavo Jr. took to his Instagram to send out a tribute to his father:
WWE issued this statement on his passing:
Chavo Guerrero Sr. passes awayWWE is saddened to learn that Chavo Guerrero Sr., the legendary wrestler, brother of WWE Hall of Famer Eddie Guerrero and father of Chavo Guerrero, Jr., passed away Saturday at age 68.
His death was first announced on Instagram by his son, former WWE Superstar Chavo Guerrero Jr.
“Today the world lost a true rebel,” Guerrero Jr. wrote on Instagram. “He did things “HIS” way. Not always right, not always wrong, but He always followed what he believed in. He was diagnosed with Liver Cancer in early January of this year.”
Chavo Classic, as the elder Guerrero came to be known in the WWE Universe, was born Salvador Guerrero III on Jan. 7, 1949, in El Paso, Texas. He was the oldest of six children in a family that’s synonymous with sports-entertainment — from the early efforts of his father, Gory Guerrero, to the later success of his brothers, including Mando, Hector and Eddie.
His exploits made him a household name around the world and especially in the NWA Hollywood Wrestling territory, where he was a celebrated 15-time champion and a longtime rival of WWE Hall of Famer “Rowdy” Roddy Piper.
In 2004, Chavo Classic formally introduced himself to the WWE Universe, landing right in the middle of an ongoing rivalry between brother Eddie and son Chavo Jr. Chavo Classic made WWE history that same year by becoming the oldest Superstar to win the original Cruiserweight Championship.
WWE extends its condolences to Chavo Guerrero Sr.’s family, friends and fans.
After news broke on the passing of Chavo Guerrero Sr., WWE stars and wrestling personalities took to social media to give their thoughts:
Lucha Underground posted:
DCC will kick off Impact
World Championship: (C) Lashley vs Eddie Edwards
Broken brilliance of the Hardy’s
Brandi Rhodes will not Decay
Trevor Lee and the The Helms Dynasty will celebrate X-Division Title victory
Impact Grand Championship: (C) Drew Galloway vs Mahabali Shera
Robbie E vs Aron Rex
TNA Impact Wrestling issued the following today:
As announced earlier today in Tokyo, Japan, IMPACT Wrestling and Pro Wrestling NOAH have come to terms on a working relationship. This is an exciting time for both companies with a more formal announcement coming soon.
In a Press Conference held earlier today, NOAH President Masayuki Uchida made the official announcement.
We look forward to making a formal announcement soon in Tokyo and seeing IMPACT Stars compete at NOAH’s Yokohama event on March 12. We are thrilled to build this relationship even further with more details to come.
Stay close to impactWrestling.Com and all of our social media channels for more on this exciting partnership.
Scott D’Amore is returning to Impact Wrestling … and we’re told the former head of creative will once again fill many roles behind the scenes.
Sources say D’Amore’s main duties within the company will be international relations and creative, but he’ll still be wearing many hats backstage.
Supposedly Scott recently began his new gig by assisting Jeff Jarrett and Anthem with the Pro Wrestling NOAH partnership that was made official yesterday.
NOAH announced the business alliance during a press conference, but so far the details are unclear.
Source: Pro Wrestling Sheet