Scott Hudson Speaks Out On Sting, WCW, More

Scott Hudson was a guest on Inside the Ropes and compared Goldberg to Ryback. Here are highlights: On Sting’s character changing into the Crow gimmick in 1996: “I thought it was brilliant. Sting for better or worse, is never going to be confused with Shawn Michaels or Kenta Kobashi or the great workers of the business. It’s not that Sting was a poor worker but he wasn’t gonna...
Via TNA Wrestling News
May 18, 2013  |  Discuss

WWE Represented At Japanese Legend’s Retirement, WWE Signs Powerlifter, Dixie On Meeting Stephanie, Storm Update

John Laurinaitis attended Kenta Kobashi's retirement, WWE sign Adam Scherr, TNA President talks meeting WWE's Stephanie, and Storm injury update.
Via Wrestling Truth
May 12, 2013  |  Discuss

WWE Stars at Cardinals Games, Laurinaitis Reps at Kobashi Retirement, More

- Mick Foley and The Bella Twins will be appearing at the May 18th St. Louis Cardinals vs. Milwaukee Brewers baseball game from Busch Stadium in St. Louis. The next night, Chris Jericho will appear at the Cardinals vs. Brewers game and will throw out the first pitch.- Mark Henry, Darren Young and Titus O’Neil were training at the Lamar University Football Complex this weekend in...
May 12, 2013  |  Discuss

VIDEOS: WWE’s ‘Hardcore Moments’ + JBL/Kobashi

– WWE has posted a video of the top ten hardcore championship moments: – JBL has posted a match featuring himself and Barry Windham against Kenta Kobashi and Johnny Ace. Just added Japan match with Kenta Kobashi, Johnny Ace and Barry Windham to …. Subscribe to channel to keep up!
Via PWS Entertainment
May 11, 2013  |  Discuss

Kenta Kobashi Officially Retires From Wrestling

Kenta Kobashi has officially retired from wrestling today. Kobashi had taken some time away from the ring due to injuries, and his final match was more of an official ceremony than anything else. In his final match, Kobashi teamed with Jun Akiyama, Keiji Mutoh, & Kensuke Sasake to defeat KENTA, Go Shiozaki, Yoshinobu Kanemaru and Shuhei Taniguchi. Kobashi pinning Kanemaru with...
Via PWS Entertainment
May 11, 2013  |  Discuss

Various News: New Jack On The Daily Show Video, EVOLVE

– Kenta Kobashi is retiring on Saturday at the NOAH show in Tokyo. Kobashi will team with Great Muta, Jun Akiyama, and Kensuke Sasaki to face the team of KENTA, Go Shiozaki, Yoshinobu Kanemaru, and Maybach Taniguchi. – Gabe Sapolsky posted the following EVOLVE match announcement today… EITA vs Tomahawk T.T. in a Dragon Gate Showcase match has been signed for EVOLVE on May 30th...
Via PWS Entertainment
May 10, 2013  |  Discuss

Japan News – Ric Flair’s Opponents + Kenta Kobashi Retires

Credit: – Kenta Kobashi has announced that his retirement match will be on May 11th at Nippon Budokan in Tokyo. The match will be held under the NOAH banner and his opponent will be named at a later date. Kobashi says he needs time to train for his final match due to recovering from neck injuries. – All Japan Pro Wrestling has released these images of Tatsumi...
Via WZR Online
January 23, 2013  |  Discuss

Dr. Wrestling:Kenta Kobashi Announces Retirement

Last week, the Japanese wrestling world was shocked when Pro Wrestling NOAH announced that the legendary, Kenta Kobashi, was released from his contract, which prompted several other wrestlers to announce that they wouldn’t resign with the company out of respect for Kobashi. While Kobashi is without a doubt one of the greatest wrestlers to step into a ring, he’s had several injuries...
December 19, 2012  |  Discuss

Rapper ’50 Cent’ Talks Boxing & WWE, Kobashi’s Retirement

– Speaking to USA Today, music mogul-turned-boxing promoter 50 Cent believes the sport of professional boxing could benefit from utilizing WWE-style theatrics. “(We should) use some of the theatrics that you see in WWE and bringing them into a sport that doesn’t have a question mark — we know boxing is real. We don’t say ‘is that real?’ like wrestling. If you add those...
Via PWS Entertainment
December 09, 2012  |  Discuss

The Muppets Confirmed For RAW This Week, ‘Are You Serious?’

– Japanese pro wrestling legend Kenta Kobashi, best known for his time with All Japan Pro Wrestling and Pro Wrestling NOAH, announced on Sunday at the Pro Wrestling NOAH event at the Sumo Hall in Tokyo that he would be retiring. Kobashi stated he would like to wrestle one more match and stated he was not forced to retire. – has announced that The Muppets will act as the...
Via WZR Online
December 09, 2012  |  Discuss

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