Jon Moxley Comes To Wrestling Revolver 10/30
*The Following Press Release Was Issued By Phillip Stamper*
JON MOXLEY comes to Wrestling Revolver 10/30!
ProWrestlingRevolver.com – Jon Moxley (All Elite Wrestling on TNT) is coming to Wrestling Revolver to join Sami Callihan (IMPACT Wrestling on AXSTV/Twitch) to reform Switchblade Conspiracy on Saturday, October 30 at the Horizon Events Center, 2100 NW 100th ST, Clive, IA for “Tales From the Ring 3”!
Davey Richards also returns to Revolver and joins Eddie Edwards in a Wolves reunion.
– Former IMPACT Wrestling World champion, Revolver Tag champion, Former Revolver Scramble champion, Former WWE Cruiserweight champion Rich Swann
– Former 2x Impact Wrestling X-Division champion Ace Austin
– Trey Miguel
– Former IMPACT Wrestling Knockouts champion Jessicka Havok
– Former IMPACT Wrestling X-Division champion Jake Crist
– 2x Revolver champion “The Monster Hunter” Matt Palmer
– The debut of Bille Starkz and Everett Connors
Tickets to be announced soon!
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WWE NXT TakeOver: XXV Preview/Predictions
By Nicholas Jason Lopez
All Elite Wrestling grasped the wrestling world after their first Pay-Per-View last week, topped off with a Five-Star Rhodes Brothers match, Awesome Kong, a tag team classic between The Young Bucks and Fenix/Pentagon Jr. and of course, Jon Moxley (the former Dean Ambrose of WWE fame) at the end.
Anybody who looked to WWE for an answer was left hopeless on Raw and SmackDown, side for a surprise mention by Sami Zayn on Raw.
The only true competitor with WWE’s name is its NXT brand, spearheaded creatively by Triple H. The 25th TakeOver event celebrates all that has happened before while also giving us another five-match standout card to feast on.
The essence of TakeOver is the heart of NXT itself – it’s where the up-and-comers showcase their true potential. Who knows where we would be if we didn’t get Zayn-Shinsuke Nakamura, Bayley-Sasha Banks, Johnny Gargano-Adam Cole and The Revival-#DIY, amongst other countless memorable bouts? It’s matches like those that have elevated NXT to the bar that has been set for wrestling expectations in 2019.
TakeOver has become more than a live event. It’s a movement. Beyond that, it has happened in America, United Kingdom, Canada and other places. It has brought NXT to the conversation of actual world domination.
Triple H’s formula to build stars, sign big names, focus on wrestling and characterization is one for success. It’s hard to believe there have been 25 TakeOvers, but we don’t think anybody will disagree that NXT can make 25,000 more TakeOvers for all we care.