I couldn't find a shorter clip, but Ciampa is at 57:29
I felt so bad for Ciampa during his AOW interview. Rushing back from a knee injury and causing him not to perform and getting released. It seems to be a common issue rushing back from injuries and getting cut after
Triple H is not gonna rest until he's drained the indies dry of their best talent. That's a good sign for his future leadership role, he wants all the best, most experienced talent in the best developmental facility (the new one that's opening this year).
- Big Japan Pro Wrestling has announced that Sami Callihan has been pulled from a tournament they are hosting later this month. The promotion noted that this was due to Callihan signing a deal with WWE. It was reported last week that Callihan was one of several performers undergoing the WWE medical screening. While Big Japan did note that the change was made due to Callihan signing a WWE deal, Callihan or WWE has not officially confirmed the news.
God, of all the people, they pick this overrated hack.
Matt Hardy is not a bad worker, although I agree Sami is pretty good with the right opponent.
Hardy was a good worker, now not so much but Sami pulled it out of him making him look like a bad ass just getting back to the ring. Sami has a great style and story he will be like an evil Rudy. Also you can throw him back together with Ambrose for some tag action. I would mark for a stable of Sami, Ambrose, Jacobs, and Graves with Raven managing them.