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Samoa Joe Reaches Major ROH Milestone, Jamie Hayter Injury Update, CM Punk/RUSH



Samoa Joe has reached a major milestone as the self-proclaimed ‘King of Television.’

As of today, Joe has been ROH TV Champion for 471 days, marking the second-longest run in ROH history.

Joe won the ROH TV Title on April 13, 2022, from Minoru Suzuki on an episode of AEW Dynamite. The Samoan has surpassed Dragon Lee’s 469-day reign for second place. The longest ROH TV Title reign currently belongs to Jay Lethal, who held the belt from April 4, 2014, to October 23, 2015, a total of 567 days.

Joe also boasts the record for the longest ROH World Title run at 645 days.

In other news, Jamie Hayter suffered an injury back in May which resulted in her dropping the AEW Women’s World Championship to Toni Storm at Double Or Nothing.

The Wrestling Observer Newsletter is reporting that Hayter is still injured and her status for AEW All In 2023 remains uncertain.

AEW All In 2023 takes place in Hayter’s home country, and it’s expected that the British wrestler would be recovered enough to compete at Wembley Stadium on August 28.

On his Instagram Story, CM Punk shared a photo of RUSH with the word ‘Colliders’ on it. Punk has reportedly been pushing for RUSH to be on AEW Collision going forward. As we previously reported here on eWn, RUSH signed a new AEW contract earlier this week.

And finally, Santana has been training for his in-ring return. The former Inner Circle member has been sidelined for a year due to an ACL injury but has been teasing his impending return on social media.

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