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– I’m Oli Davis. And I’ll be answering questions in the comments
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can’t, you know, Cultaholic’s Jack the Jobber talk in uninterrupted sentences?.
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Cultaholic. ‘King’ – do you recognise that word? It feels good to say. Maybe I’ll
start calling myself that. Maybe I’m King Oli for the next couple of weeks.
So Pacitti, Jobber, Twaddell, Driver. King Oli, Luke and Fakidor want a face-to-face
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Tomorrow afternoon. This channel. Pacitti and Jobber. Subscribe and enable notifications
to know when it goes live first. Nia Jax hasn’t been properly featured on
WWE TV since losing to Alexa Bliss at Extreme Rules , and her recent Instagram story post
suggests it’s because she’s at home rehabbing an injury . Which is unfortunate not just
because it means she’s unable to wrestle. She also has to watch Raw from home with WWE
commentary. “I feel like Coach says a lot of things,
just to hear himself speak. 🙄” To which Coachman himself replied: “Ouch
Nia. Quite a shot.” THAT COULD’VE DONE WITH AN EMOJI, COACHMAN!
Which Nia followed up with a simple winky face tongue out emoji!
Matt Hardy’s recent posts on social media, however, haven’t been as playful.
After teasing the WWE version of his popular Broken gimmick since returning to the company
last year, Matt finally went Woken in November 2017. Sadly, the promotion never fully embraced
the gimmick, putting him in a lacklustre four month feud with Bray Wyatt, which culminated
in them becoming a lacklustre tag team, even when they won the Raw tag titles.
The Deleters of Worlds lost their belts at Extreme Rules three weeks ago, and Hardy has
been in a sombre mood on Twitter ever since, posting “It may be time for US to move on…”
with a picture of him and his brother Jeff walking off the night after the pay-per-view;
and then retweeting a WWE post about him and Bray Wyatt with the caption “DONE”.
And now in his biggest retirement tease, Matt’s tweeted:
“To all that supported me in the independents & OMEGA.. To the fans of Team Xtreme.. To
the Mattitude Followers.. To the OUTSPOKEN fans who brought me back in 2005.. To the
people who backed me when I was REINCARNATED in pro wrestling.. To the #WOKEN Warriors..
THANK YOU.” …along with a collage of various fans he’s
meet throughout his career Matt hasn’t won a match since June, losing
to Curtis Axel twice and Bo Dallas once, and then the tag match at Extreme Rules, and against
the Revival on this week’s Raw. As a special treat for the SWAFT Nation, if
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autograph in your first box! WrestleCrate is a monthly mystery box full of loads of
wrestling goodies, which has items from the biggest promotions in wrestling.
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