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Earlier today a major story concerning a name that means professional wrestling to many people broke via a usually unimpeachable source, especially considering his connection to the main person involved in the rumor. This afternoon a denial came from the person primarily involved with that name.
Should a disabled person be allowed to train as a wrestler? This was the subject of a long Facebook post from the mother of someone who was supposed to be training at a facility featured this past Tuesday on IMPACT Wrestling's Slammiversary go home show. This is a subject that is near and dear to the heart of Sean, being a disabled person who was trained. We'll let him expound upon it with Steve chiming in having worked with disabled people in and out of the ring. Speaking of Slammiversary, Steve's pick for the surprise fourth entrant in the world title match is now out due to circumstances beyond his control. There may, however, be a real surprise entrant, someone who is flying completely under the radar.
The name of the late Japanese wrestler Hanah Kimura has resurfaced, this time in a complaint against the Japanese broadcast regulators. Speaking of Japan, the scene there is starting to heat up, especially in New Japan where some major surprises happened over the weekend involving one wrestler and two factions. They also brought back live audiences for the first time and we'll talk about the effect on the action.
We'll discuss Fight For The Fallen, RAW's ever dropping numbers and MORE, TONGHT.