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SO WHO WON WEDNESDAYS? DUSTY'S LAST MATCH, TERRY FUNK, NEW JAPAN IN MSG, ADVICE TO THOSE IN TAMPA AND MORE

By Mike Johnson on 2021-04-09 10:00:00

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So, the Wednesday wars are over, so who won?

If you look at it from the number of weeks one side won over the other, it was AEW.  If you look at it from the demo, it was AEW, which even this week saw their demo increase despite NXT Takeover Night One being the competition.  However, Dave Scherer has made good points about the work that each side has to do to improve when they get their own signature night away from the other.  If we see those numbers go up consistently on both sides, I think we can safely say both sides won the war by moving nights.   But, as to your question, it was a win for AEW.  They should silently take that bow and focus on strengthening everything in their company.  NXT would be well advised to do the same.  Then, if that happens, the FANS are the winners.

What was Dusty Rhodes' last match?

I believe his final match was the 2007 Great American Bash PPV, losing to Randy Orton.

Does New Japan plan on trying to run MSG this August?

They have not announced any plans and my guess is that trying to bring over such a large crew at once to the United States in the current environment wouldn't be financially feasible.  They have stated they want to return since the original plan to run Wrestle Dynasty was obviously canceled.  My guess is the earliest we will see them attempt is the summer of 2022.

What advice do you give to those traveling to Wrestlemania?

Double mask at all times, carry sanitizer everywhere, stay with your party, don't eat indoors and be smart.  

With Gabe Sapolsky and WWE terminated from the lawsuit against them while Matt Riddle was not, what does that mean?  Could they be brought back?  

It means the court believed there could be a case for the accusations and they want to see it decided before the court while the accusations against WWE and Sapolsky didn't hold up to the court's scrutiny.  They cannot be brought back as defendants.  

Where is Terry Funk these days?

Terry is retired and living in Amarillo.  He's not really healthy enough to get around, which is why he does so few appearances.

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