Wrestle Talk: Ric Flair’s Last Match Announced & More
As previously reported here on Wrestle Talk, Ric Flair’s Last Match has been announced for July 31, 2022 at The Fairgrounds in Nashville, TN, as Ric will be teaming up with his son-in-law Andrade El Idolo to take on the team of Jeff Jarrett and Jay Lethal. This is promising to be a great and entertaining match with other matches on the card that have been already announced, like Kerry & Ricky Morton with Robert Gibson in the corner going against Brian Pillman Jr and Brock Anderson with Arn Anderson in the corner. Also, in Tag Team action will be The Von Erichs vs The Briscoes. Ric Flairs Last Match Show is part of the Starrcast V Huge Event starting Friday, July 29, Saturday, July 30 and Sunday, July 31, with each date stacked with wrestling events and matches. Tickets for the event can be purchased at http://www.starrcast.com
Shifting over to the WWE, it’s been announced that Matt Riddle will be facing Seth Rollins at this year’s WWE Premium Live Event “SummerSlam” on July 30, 2022 from Nashville, Tennessee. SummerSlam, will be televised live on the Peacock TV and on the WWE Network outside the United States.
We have an update on AEW Superstar CM Punk Injury, as per the Wrestling Observer Radio, it appears that Punk will be returning back sooner than expected and is believed to be back in the ring in a couple of months, possibly for the AEW PPV ‘All Out” or “Full Gear.” Fans have been waiting for CM Punk’s return and his scheduled match against Jon Moxley, who is the Interim AEW World Heavyweight Champion. We will keep you posted.
The Question of the Week comes from Janely H. in Far Rockaway and she asked, “Will Sasha Banks come back to the WWE after walking out?” Janley, in wrestling there is a saying “Never Say Never” but at this time I’m not sure if she will be returning back to the WWE or maybe she will be going to another wrestling promotion like AEW. In addition, I haven’t heard any news or rumors coming from her camp about anything. Janely, it’s something we will just have to wait and see what develops.
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By Eric Jayden