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Impact ‘Throwback Throwdown’ Returning, Tyler Breeze Talks Vince McMahon



Impact Wrestling will be holding its ‘Throwback Throwdown’ event in Toronto, Canada on November 11th.

You can check out the official announcement below:

Pro Wrestling Returns To Toronto On Saturday, November 11: Stars From The 1980s IMPACT Provincial Wrestling Federation (IPWF) Are In Action
The superstars of yesteryear are coming back, once again!

IMPACT Wrestling confirmed today that Throwback Throwdown 4 is set for Saturday night, November 11, featuring the popular, over-the-top stars of the 1980s from the IMPACT Provincial Wrestling Federation (IPWF).

The retro night of IPWF wrestling will be held at the Don Kolov Arena at Battle Arts Academy (4880 Tomken Road) in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada, starting at 8 p.m. (Doors will open at 7 p.m. and a pre-show Meet & Greet is scheduled.)

Matches for the IPWF show will be announced in the coming weeks, but confirmed to appear are such IPWF legends as Colt McCoy (Eddie Edwards), Tim Burr (Josh Alexander), DJ2Large (Moose), “Rough Rider” Georgia Cobb (Jordynne Grace), Rapid Delivery Pete (Rich Swann), Rip Rayzor (Ace Austin) with Rusty Iron (Gia Miller), and so many others.

The IPWF action will air on IMPACT Wrestling’s flagship weekly TV show, Impact!, airing every Thursday night (8 p.m. EST) on AXS TV, Game TV and Fight Network.

Tickets for the IPWF Show on November 11th will go on sale on Thursday, September 28 at

In other news, Tyler Breeze recently looked back on his time in WWE including the time he dressed as a granny and a janitor on an episode of SmackDown.

Speaking on a recent edition of the “Busted Open Radio” podcast, Breeze commented on Vince McMahon’s decision to book the segment, and more. He said,

“We actually went in and talked to him. That is what clued me in to the very different visions in terms of what we were going for. We almost pitched, The Usos, myself and Fandango, for the tag titles. Chicago, great crowd. We pitched having more of a NXT match where it’s hard-hitting, the finish was going to be I’m handcuffed, or he’s handcuffed to the ropes, this gritty tag title match. Vince listens, ‘alright, okay.’ He goes, ‘You dress up on the Fashion Files, right?’ ‘Yeah.’ ‘You dress up like a girl, don’t you?’ ‘Yeah.’ ‘Let’s do that for the match. ‘Hmm, okay. How do we make that work?’ ‘You dress up as other stuff, too?’ ‘Yeah.’ ‘Let’s do that too.’ ‘Okay, how do we make that work?’ The Usos are sitting there and go, ‘How do we get heat on him in this tag match?’ Vince goes, ‘Maybe there is no heat.’ We go, ‘What is happening here? This is going to be the worst match of all time.’ You see us sinking in our chairs and we didn’t know where to go from there. When we left, the Usos are laughing at me because I was sitting on the floor in the locker room going, ‘How do I make this work? How do I change in the ring with an arena full of people?’”

He continued, “We slowly started to figure it out, and we pieced it together into what you ended up seeing. They would have actually bought us winning the tag titles. Once we did it, Road Dogg, who was very much a supporter of us and knew our stuff, he was expecting that same ‘this is your first big opportunity to show you can work.’ He went, ‘is this going to work? Should I go in there and talk to him?’ I went, ‘Honestly, I think this will work. I think we can make this work.’ We ended up doing it, we came back, it’s the only match I’ve had where Vince walked over and hugged us. Hunter walked over. It’s a standing ovation. Road Dogg went, ‘It’s one of those things where Vince, he’ll see something and no one can see it and you’ll go he was right.’ I went, ‘He was right.’”

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