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Finn Balor Return Update, BOLA 2019 Winner Decided & WWE To Bring Back Pyro? | Wrestling News Update, September 23rd 2019

From Finn Balor’s return to WWE bringing back pyro, Matt Booker brings you the days biggest stories in the Wrestling News Update.

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FINN BALOR RETURN DATE LEAKED

Finn Balor hasn’t been seen since spectacularly losing to The Fiend at this year’s SummerSlam. While it was initially reported that the star asked from some time away from WWE, it later transpired that this was to marry partner Veronica Rodriguez and rehab some past injuries.

Finn’s return date hasn’t been discussed let alone been officially announced, but PWInsider has reported that he is booked on the October house show card. PWInsider has apparently received the match listings for next months house shows, with Finn set to face Shinsuke Nakamura for his Intercontinental Championship.

The full reported card can be seen below:

  • Roman Reigns Vs. Erick Rowan
  • Kofi Kingston Vs. Randy Orton WWE Championship match
  • Bayley Vs. Charlotte Flair SmackDown Women’s Championship match
  • Big E and Xavier Woods Vs. The Revival SmackDown Tag Team Championship match
  • Shinsuke Nakamura w/Sami Zayn Vs. Finn Balor Intercontinental Championship match
  • The Kabuki Warriors Vs. The Iiconics Vs. Mandy Rose and Sonya Deville
  • Aleister Black Vs. Sami Zayn
  • Kevin Owens Vs. Daniel Bryan
  • Buddy Murphy Vs. Andrade w/Zelina Vega

WWE TO BRING BACK PYRO?

according to a new report from @Wrestlevotes, WWE is set to bring back pyro to their weekly RAW and SmackDown TV shows next week.

It was noted that fireworks will once again be a fixture on WWE programming, which comes after WWE reportedly cut back on expenses a few years ago.

24/7 TITLE CHANGES HANDS REPEATEDLY AT LIVE EVENT

This past Sunday saw WWE stage a live event in Honolulu, Hawaii. During the event, the 24/7 title changed hands over and over.

During the event, EC3 was booked to face Chad Gable in a singles match, but with R-Truth working as a ringside announcer, the match quickly broke down. EC3 pinned R-Truth at one point, but Truth still left with the belt, recapturing the title as Chad Gable acted as a special guest referee.

After the dust settled, R-Truth is now a 19 time and current 24/7 Champion.

PWG’S BATTLE OF LOS ANGELES NIGHT THREE RESULTS

  • Dragon Lee def. Jake Atlas BOLA Round 2 match
  • Bandido def. Brody King BOLA Round 2 match
  • Jonathan Gresham def. A-Kid BOLA Round 2 match
  • Joey Janela def. Fenix BOLA Round 2 match
  • Darby Allin def. Pentagon Jr. BOLA Round 2 match
  • David Starr def. Jeff Cobb BOLA Round 2 match
  • The Dark Order def. Aramis & Rey Horus
  • Jonathan Gresham def. Joey Janela BOLA Round 3 match
  • Bandido def. Dragon Lee BOLA Round 3 match
  • David Starr def. Darby Allin BOLA Round 3 match
  • Orange Cassidy, Artemis Spencer, Caveman Ugg, Jungle Boy, and Paris Da Silva def. Tony Deppan, Lucky Kid, Mick Moretti, Kyle Fletcher, and Black Taurus

2019 BOLA Final:

  • Bandido def. David Starr and Jonathan Gresham in a three-way

PROGRESS ANNOUNCE UNBOXING LIVE IV

Progress Wrestling have announced the return of their annual show, Unboxing Live. The show is to be held on the 30th of December at the Electric Ballroom, Camden, London.

This will also be the promotions Chapter 100 show, so fireworks are expected.

At last year’s event, Trent Seven defeated Los Federales Santos Jr. to retain his Progress Atlas title. The Swords Of Essex: Paul Robinson and Will Ospreay also defeated Aussie Open: Kyle Fletcher and Mark in what many considered the match of the night.

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