July 31, 2020 | News | No Comments
One of the more surprising finishes that occurred at SummerSlam was when The Usos managed to regain the Smackdown Tag Team Championships from The New Day. The New Day’s title reign was very short, but that may actually have been by design. The team broke the record of the longest tag title reign in WWE history last year, and now it appears that they are set to break another record. In the latest Wrestling Observer Newsletter, Dave Meltzer revealed that WWE wants The New Day to break the record of most tag team title reigns in history. The current record is held by The Dudley Boyz at 10 reigns, but The New Day currently only has three title reigns.
As we all saw on NXT Takeover: Brooklyn III, Drew McIntyre won the NXT Championship from Bobby Roode in the main event before he was attacked by Bobby Fish, Kyle O’Reilly, and the debuting Adam Cole. Fish and O’Reilly had made their debuts in NXT as singles stars before reforming as a team this past Saturday night. As far as why Fish and O’Reilly are going to be working with Adam Cole, the Wrestling Observer Newsletter helped provide an explanation. Drew McIntyre is actually much taller than Cole is, therefore the company decided to put Cole in a group in order to create a stronger heel team that would be more difficult for McIntyre to overcome.
It was recently reported that Low-Ki had been released from Global Force Wrestling, however, it now appears that he has not been granted his release yet. PWInsider now claims that rumors of financial disputes are not why Low-Ki decided to ask for his release, but rather his reason has to do with how he’s being used creatively. He seems himself as a main eventer, but the promotion wanted him to be the main star of their X-Division. Low-Ki technically still remains employed by the company and his current deal expires in October of this year. He made his return to the Impact television only four months ago.
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