Independent wrestler Billy Dixon took to Twitter on Monday, announcing that he will be stepping away from the pro wrestling business for the time being.
According to Dixon’s official statement, which you can see below, he has neglected himself and his mental health for the benefit of his wrestling career.
This is long AF but it's the only way I could find the words to explain why I am choosing to end my time being a wrestler.
— BD (@TheBillyDixon) May 9, 2022
The Lexington Figure Fest will be making its return on Sunday, September 18th. The event will feature 15,000 square feet of toys and action figures that will be available for purchase.
AEW stars Ethan Page and Danhausen will be signing autographs at the convention.
Lexington figure fest round 2
Sunday September 18th
15,000 square feet of toys & action figures
Handful of vendor tables are available @ https://t.co/JRYNMujPGs
— Toyvomit (@realtoyvomit) May 10, 2022
WWE Hall of Famer Mike Tyson punched a passenger on an airplane in San Francisco, CA several weeks ago. The incident came after another passenger, who was clearly drunk, continued to taunt “Iron Mike” as the plane was in mid-flight.
According to multiple media reports, Tyson will not be facing any criminal charges over the incident.
“The circumstances include the conduct of the victim leading up to the incident, the interaction between Mr. Tyson and the victim, as well as the requests of both the victim and Mr. Tyson that no charges be filed in the case,” San Mateo County District Attorney Stephen M. Wagstaffe said.
He added, “We now deem this case to be closed.”
Mike Tyson’s legal team also issued the following statement thanking Wagstaffe:
“We thank San Mateo District Attorney Stephen Wagstaffe, the San Mateo County Sheriff, and all law enforcement agencies involved in this investigation for their careful, diligent, and professional work.”