With the recent news that Indy standout Walter has officially signed with the WWE and will be reporting to NXT in the near future. Though I don't know a lot about Walter, I do know a fair amount about Zack Sabre Jr. and think this match was well put together. Seeing Lars Sullivan moving up to the main roster a spot maybe opening up for a similar type of talent like Walter.
At one point though this match was between two of the top unsigned talent in wrestling and now another way to describe this match is including by far one of the best pure wrestlers in the world. Back in the 1990's Dean Malenko was the "Man of 1,000 Holds" and now Zack Sabre Jr. is the guy that can tie you in knots on the mat. It is interesting though with the WWE's current working agreement with Evolve it would be interesting to see if Evolve will return the favor to WWE or if NXT will be the only one sending talent to the company. In my opinion though I would love seeing Zack Sabre Jr back in the WWE again, but that doesn't really seem like it will happen anytime soon. Either way though enjoy the action!!!
For the better part of the last year or so things have seemed to be heading south as far my association with Youtube and content creation in general. At the start of this site I knew that I also wanted to do Youtube and had big plans for that side of things, but none of them really took place as I was aiming high from the start and maybe expected more than I should've. Fact is I still do like making Let's play's and discussion videos with friends, but its just a little harder to do. I know that the easy thing to do would be to pin the blame on work and not having enough time, but that's not really the truth.
In reality I think the one thing that has changed is that I don't really have as much an interest in solo content like I did anymore. Even though I do have some videos planned like more Top 10's I just really haven't gotten around to it and interest in general doesn't seem to be that high. The only content I still have interest in is when I record with other people rather than just doing it alone which makes it hard to make new content when I have to find someone to record with all the time.
Overall I don't think Youtube will ever really go away completely from the site as I do still enjoy recording, I think I just I have to figure out a better way to get things done and maybe figure out why it was fun to start. Thank you all for the support on the Youtube channel and for taking a look at that side of things, but the main site will always be the more important side of the site. Just wanted to give an update!
Recently a variety of wrestling sites have been reporting about a new wrestling promotion being in development. Reports have stated that everyone from Jim Ross & Chris Jericho to the Young Bucks & Cody Rhodes have a part in the promotion and though some of it is a little clearer, let's go over what we know at this point and time. From the latest it seems that co-owner of the Jacksonville Jaguars NFL franchise Tony Khan is the financial backer of a new wrestling promotion. The report goes on to mention that the former Bullet Club members Cody Rhodes, Marty Scrull, Hangman Page, Kenny Omega, and the Young Bucks could all be involved in some way with the promotion.
In recent months a lot has been talked about regarding the future of The Elite in Ring of Honor & New Japan as every member mentioned above has an expiring contract. To date only Marty Scrull & Cody Rhodes have turned down extension with ROH & Cody has already stated that he would want to remain with New Japan. As far as where things are with the current IWGP World & Tag Team Champions not much is known about there futures, but if what they've been saying is true it seems possible they are all staying together.
The thing that makes this story all the more interesting is that we now have a name for the new promotion All Elite Wrestling. We found out the name after they filed for trademarks in early November with the above name one of the trademarks. Other trademarks include:
Note: For those who might not be aware the address attached to the trademarks that were filed for AEW was 1 TIAA Bank Field Drive which is the same address of the Jaguars stadium. This brings most fans to believe that Tony Khan or his family will be involved in this company in some way, but we definitely need to know more before making any rash judgments. Stay tuned!!