Various News – NJPW TAMASHII Seminar, Trey Miguel/The Outcasts, Dan Moloney


Dan Moloney is now part of the United Empire faction, as he joined the group at RevPro Revolution Rumble which took place at York Hall in London on Sunday. Moloney defeated Francesco Akira at the event. Will Ospreay and Akira left an armband for the stable in the ring for Moloney, who later accepted.

Ospreay took to Twitter to praise Moloney. He wrote,


“Dan Moloney is a guy that was fired from NXT: U.K. back in 2019.

The work ethic he put in after, throughout the pandemic, when the crowd returned & now is a real testament to the man he is.

Never took shortcuts, he showed up and grafted in a scene pronounced DOA.

Be scared Jrs.”

New Japan Pro Wrestling held their TAMASHII seminar in South Australia this past week, and the promotion announced the prospects who passed the tryout. You can check out the official announcement below:

TAMASHII seminar, tryout sees new prospects assessed
Kilkenny sees hopefuls tryout

March 21 and 22nd saw Kilkenny in South Australia play host to a special training seminar for local professional wrestlers looking to up their game, as well as a tryout session to find future NJPW TAMASHII prospects.

Presided over by Bad Luck Fale and Jack Bonza, the seminar saw trainees participate in drills and exercises, with the chance to receive detailed feedback and advice from the Rogue Army members. During the tryout, prospects were given the opportunity to show what they could do under the watchful eye of Fale and Bonza; those who passed the tryout will be invited to April 14’s TAMASHII event in Adelaide, and may be a part of future NJPW TAMASHII events to come.

Earning their way through the tryout were:

Punch-Drunk Istria
Chris Basso
Gabriel Aeros
Eli Theseus
Joey Graham
‘Grimm’ Mat Basso
Party Guy Ty Banjo Powers
Link Barnett
Robby Heart
Dean Brady
‘Wrecking Ball’ Will Gibson

And finally, Trey Miguel and The Outcasts both happen to use green spray paint to tag their opponents in Impact Wrestling and AEW respectively, and Miguel recently weighed in on the matter. Miguel began using the paint when he turned heel at Impact Overdrive this past November, while Saraya and Toni Storm began using the tactic in January. Speaking to the “True Heel Heat Wrestling” podcast, Miguel noted that he’s not upset about The Outcasts stealing his maneuver. He said,

“It was weird to see, I’m not sour about it, and I’m not, anything in wrestling belongs to anybody. These are just tools to get yourself from points A to B. And I just wish it wasn’t chosen to be done at the same time. Literally, I don’t have a gripe about it, but at the same time, it’s very cool to know that someone wants to do what you’re doing.”

“When I sit back and think about it, it’s like ok, that means we’re doing something right. Can’t be mad about that.”

Miguel retained the X-Division Championship against Lince Dorado at Impact Wrestling’s Sacrifice pay-per-view event.

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