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Wrestling Fix: Paige and AJ reunite, Mattel unveils figures of Finn Balor, Kevin Owens, Charlotte, Hollywood Hogan, plus more links

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Paige and AJ, reunited … but don’t count on seeing the Black Widow back in WWE.

How could anyone dump Paige? And by text message? I guess I’d be afraid of getting a Ram-Paige.

Two Bray Wyatts? Again?

It looks like Roman Reigns has a couple Bray Wyatts to worry about! #SmackDown

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The Mattel WWE San Diego Comic-Con panel was noteworthy with the reveals of new figures and a bit of NXT matchmaking.

Yes, the rematch for the NXT Championship is set for Brooklyn.

Finn Balor likes his first action figures.

So does Charlotte.

Noelle Foley takes a tour on preview night at Mattel’s WWE booth at San Diego Comic-Con.

Foley shows off the new WWE Entrance Stage playset.

Paul Heyman promises a surprise for Seth Rollins.

Farewell, Caddy.

Rusev was just breaking in his new boots on Fandango’s face.

The Bellas remind Alicia Fox that she lost last week to Paige. Odd.

ZZ is bad at weightlifting.

And now he’s sad.

Get your workout in with Dean Ambrose.

Who’s beaten the Undertaker? At least five superstars — and some you wouldn’t expect.

The power of positivity can’t help Xavier Woods.

Rob Schamberger has a knack for painting pretty things, and if you ever go the National Wrestling Hall of Fame Dan Gable Museum, you’ll have to see his work.

Jim Ross had an interesting pitch to sell Vince McMahon on Gail Kim. And, no, it wasn’t that she’s good at wrestling. [With Spandex]

Gail Kim, the floor is yours.

Seiya Sanada was among those getting a WWE tryout in Japan. [Wrestling Observer, subscription required]

WWE fires exec.


Relive Cactus Jack vs. Sting in a falls count anywhere match.

The Rock is getting run over by a motorcycle.


No Roderick Strong. No problem. Just insert Austin Aries.

Here’s the rundown of Saturday’s ROH show in Hopkins, Minnesota.


The wrestler formerly known as Magnus, Nick Aldis, says life was “turbulent” in TNA. [Rolling Stone]

Catch up with Impact in 60 seconds.

Mr. Anderson is too tough for medical attention.


Global Force Wrestling’s TV show is going to be called Amped. Sounds like an energy drink.

Eric Young is angry that Jeff Jarrett won the meaningless King of the Mountain Championship.

So EY stole the belt back.

Hornswoggle sighting in the crowd at a baseball diamond where there may or may not have been a wrestling event.



Highlights from Wednesday night’s show. Looks like a good one.


The latest Thursday on the Throne

Davey Richards is out of this weekend’s shows due to an injury.

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Brian is the owner and editor-in-chief of Between The Ropes. He has also covered wrestling and MMA for The Orlando Sentinel and AOL Fanhouse and currently is a contributor for Sporting News. You can email Brian at btrfritz@gmail.com.

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