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Wrestling Fix: Bray Wyatt’s sister gets WWE tryout, Brock Lesnar coming to MSG, ROH womens division rumor and more

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Brock Lesnar is advertised for the October 3 Madison Square Garden show. [Wrestling Observer]

Bray Wyatt and Bo Dallas’ sister, Mika Rotunda, reportedly received a WWE tryout recently. Huh? Her name isn’t Abigail? [Wrestling Inc]

Chael Sonnen is slated to meet Michael Cole on August 11. Read into that what you will. [Wrestling Observer]

If you ever wanted to see Neville and Kalisto play ping-pong … here’s your chance.

The Vaudevillains promise to get ugly on Blake and Murphy.

Remember when Bull Dempsey was an undefeated badass? Well … those days are over.

Kliq week continues on WWE Network with a Kevin Nash special.

Ric Flair and Harley Race are coming to Troy, Missouri, on August 29.

I want to live here.



Hulk Hogan
Another day means more stupid comments from Hulk Hogan. The latest: Hogan told his son, Nick, that he hopes they don’t get reincarnated as  black people. Hogan sounds like he’s trying to be the cool dad and fails miserably. [Bay News 9]

Hogan’s attorneys blame Gawker for the leak. [New York Post]


Ring of Honor
Could ROH be adding a womens division? Taeler Hendrix is teasing it.


Next week is No Surrender.

If you’ve been wondering how the TNA vs. Global Force Wrestling feud will end, well, here’s the spoiler. [ProWrestling.net]


Global Force Wrestling
August 21 is the date of the next Amped taping at the Orleans Arena in Las Vegas.


Pro Wrestling Guerrilla
PWG announced the cards for the first two nights of the Battle of Los Angeles. Highlights: Drago vs. Pentagón Jr., Matt Sydal vs. Fénix, Angélico vs. Jack Evans and Ricochet vs. Zack Sabre Jr. But BOLA is two nights of highlights. Also announced: Andrew Everett, Biff Busick and Trevor Lee vs. The Young Bucks and Super Dragon. [Cageside Seats]

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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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