On a recent edition of the “Developmentally Speaking” podcast, Dutch of The Righteous reflected on his brief stint in WWE NXT and addressed the rumors of a “Wyatt 6” faction for the late Bray Wyatt. He said,
“It would have been great, we were down there in NXT for a week or so back in December and the ball seemed to be rolling at the time. It kind of just got stopped for whatever reason –- it might have been the illness that he had –- but I guess we’ll never know. We talked a lot about different ideas … it never came to fruition –- it was being thrown around. I don’t think that I would be in the position that I am now with AEW if it wasn’t for him … we created that buzz on social media for X amount of months. Everything happens for a reason.”
Dutch also recently announced that The Righteous have signed with All Elite Wrestling following their recent appearances on AEW and ROH programming.
Pwinsider is reporting that stage shows featuring WWE Hall of Famer Kevin Von Erich for the following dates have been canceled:
* Tuesday, September 5 in Houston, Texas at the Strafford Centre.
* Wednesday, September 6 in Shreveport, Louisiana at The Strand Theater.
* Thursday, September 7 in Oklahoma City at the Rose State College Hudiburg Chevrolet. Center.
* Friday, September 8 in Amarillo, Texas at the Amarillo Civic Center.
* Saturday, September 9 in Midland, Texas.
The reason for the cancelation remains unknown.
Stonecutter Media has announced a September pay-per-view show for WWE Hall of Famer Sgt. Slaughter airing on pay-per-view and On Demand.
WWEShop.com unveiled a new Shinsuke Nakamura t-shirt, which you can check out below:
— WWEShop.com (@WWEShop) September 5, 2023
And finally, you can check out some additional highlights from Monday night’s episode of WWE RAW below: