Various: EC3 on Velveteen Dream Accusations, WOW Co-Owner Jeanie Buss on WOW Plans, Indies

EC3 Comments on Velveteen Dream’s Response to Unsolicited Filming Accusations

As noted before, EC3 recently accused former WWE talent Velveteen Dream, real name Patrick Clark, of inappropriately filming the genitals of several WWE talents without their consent during a party held at his house in 2018.

A recent episode of The Wrestling Outlaws podcast had EC3 as the guest. One of the topics discussed included EC3’s thoughts on Dream’s recent response accusing him of lying about the incident and being “drunk” that night.

“What else could I possibly even say or bother to address? It’s done. He recorded people trying to urinate in my bathroom. That’s the truth. You asked me a question regarding this man who I haven’t thought about in many years, and that story came to mind. WWE employees thanked me for telling that story out loud, so there is no thought of bringing him back to the company from those said employees …

No, I was a hundred percent sharp that night because no matter how much alcohol you have in life you do not forget the fact you walk into a restroom to see a camera recording looking directly at the toilet. So, no, there was no cloudiness about that, and all the accusations of confusion about who he was and, ‘We’re not friends. It’s childish banter, it’s very unfortunate, and I’m very sorry he’s going through such a hard time, especially with the law and obvious drug issues that he was arrested for.”

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WOW Co-Founder Jeanie Buss on Her Current Plans & Goals for WOW

TV Insider held a recent interview with Women of Wrestling co-founder Jeanie Buss. One of the topics discussed included Buss’ thoughts on being open to doing anything to help WOW be successful, including potential in-ring action if it made sense.

“I usually stay in the background, but David McLane has a way of creating storylines. I’ll do anything to help this property be successful. If he deems that important, then absolutely. I’ll be there.”

Buss also gave her thoughts about her long term goals for the company.

“My dream is always to have a tour and take these women across the country. Take them globally. I want to reach as wide an audience as possible because that is really what the goal of WOW is. That’s what these women deserve.”

Misc. Wrestling News & Notes

Warrior Wrestling recently announced that they have pulled the scheduled Lucha Brothers vs. The Briscoes match off of the card of their Warrior Wrestling 25 event on October 2nd in Chicago Heights, Illinois due to “consultation” with AEW and Ring of Honor. It was also announced that both teams will still be competing at their upcoming event in separate matches and AEW has also lent them Eddie Kingston for the event to compensate for the tag match removal. The Wrestling Observer’s Josh Nelson speculated that the possible reason likely was due to AEW wanting this match to take place at one of their events due to it being a high profile first time match for both teams in their careers.

Despite his current long absence from Impact programming, PWInsider’s Mike Johnson reported that his sources stated that John E. Bravo still remains in Impact Wrestling. Bravo reportedly is still working in a backstage role for the company.

Pro Wrestling NOAH announced that they have recently pulled Yuya Susumu from their upcoming events due to him recently suffering a cervical sprain injury.

A new trailer for Vice TV’s upcoming Tales From The Territories series was recently released.

During a recent interview with NBC Sports’ Ten Count podcast, EC3 announced that his Control Your Narrative promotion’s upcoming events have been postponed and cancelled due to issues related to Karrion Kross and Braun Strowman’s recent departures from the promotion and signings with WWE.

This week’s Tokyo Game Show 2022 convention in Tokyo, Japan featured a wrestling event held this past Friday involving talent from AEW, Tokyo Joshi Pro Wrestling, and DDT Pro Wrestling. This event was held at THQ Nordic’s booth in the convention.

PROGRESS Wrestling recently announced that former NXT UK talent Nina Samuels will be making an appearance for the company at their The Deadly Viper event on October 9th in Manchester, England.

Lucha Libre AAA recently announced a new match for the card of their Triplemania XXX: Mexico City event on October 15th in Mexico City, Mexico:

  • Reina de Reinas Championship – Kamille vs. Taya Valkyrie (c)

United Wrestling Network recently announced two new matches for the card of their Championship Wrestling TV tapings on October 18th in Irvine, California:

  • UWN World Championship – Carlito Colon vs. Jordan Clearwater (c)
  • UWN Heritage Championship – Gangrel vs. Zicky Dice (c)