Since being released by TNA, Wes Brisco has worked a couple of shows on the independent wrestling circuit, and it appears that he is hoping to expand his horizon by working overseas. He already has a connection to New Japan through Luke Gallows, his former Aces and Eights teammate.
Mr Anderson was written off of television on Impact Wrestling, and he's also now the father of newborn twins, so that led many to believe that he was going to be skipping the current European tour that TNA is on. However, it has now been confirmed that he is overseas with the company.
Since Christopher Daniels and Frankie Kazarian have wrestled all over the world, it makes sense for them to have friends overseas. Bad Influence is currently in Europe right now, and they decided to meet up with Prince Devitt for a couple of drinks.
"John Cena was always very sweet to me. We had breakfast together on numerous occasions when we were on overseas tours. I don't know what he is like now but back then I considered him a friend."
- Maria Kanellis on John Cena backstage
While visiting Saudi Arabia to promote WWE, Kofi Kingston was presented with a sword.
TNA held a fan party in the United Kingdom this week, so they sent Brutus Magnus, their new world heavyweight champion, to attend the event. British wrestler Rockstar Spud and Jeremy Borash were also in attendance as well.
Vince McMahon took Eva Marie, Alicia Fox, R Truth and Big Show with him on an overseas trip to visit the troops. The WWE stars are now returning to the United States to spend some time with their families for the holidays.
Vince McMahon, Eva Marie, Big Show, Alicia Fox and R Truth are set to take a special trip overseas to visit with the troops. WWE has not yet revealed which country they are heading to, and it's likely they won't do so until the stars return home.
It looks like the decision to tour Japan has become a good career move for DOC, as the man formerly known as Luke Gallows in WWE has become a bit of a star there. He is currently teaming with Karl Anderson as the Bullet Club.
"We want to promote wrestling in India. I think we are going to become successful and the most effective way to promote in India is to see who the next talent from India is. TNA is looking for a wrestler here from India. We are going to obviously have a competition and we will see whom we can get from here. The best thing to do for the country is to recruit from the country. Our first step is to see whom we can get, what wrestler we can get from India to be part of our roster."
Despite being more involved with TNA backstage nowadays, Jeff Jarrett is scheduled to head back down to Mexico in about a week to work a big main event tag team match.
British wrestler Lionheart has challenged AJ Styles to do a champion versus champion match in England, and it appears that Pro Wrestling Elite has begun negotiations with TNA.
Former WWE star Kassius Ohno is rumored to be attempting to get some matches booked in Mexico soon.
Kevin Nash, Scott Hall and Sean Waltman are headed on a tour of Europe soon to do special appearances and signings.
Former WWE star and current NWA champion Rob Conway is currently doing a tour of Japan.
Trent Baretta has worked a couple of shows in Japan recently.
Rob Terry will also be wrestling at the Wrestle-1 show, where AJ Styles will defend the TNA title, in Japan in a few days.
AJ Styles successfully defended the TNA title in Mexico against Judas Mesias, winning via submission.
Jim Neidhart set a shot put record for California high schools that stood firm for twelve years before someone else broke it.
The Great Muta has announced that Seiya Sanada will be working against TNA champion AJ Styles on November 16 in Tokyo.
While the rest of the company is on an overseas tour of Australia, China and South Africa, former heavyweight champion CM Punk is staying behind here in the United States. He was at the Chicago Cubs game last night, singing the seventh inning stretch song.
Kofi Kingston was on the sidelines for several weeks, recovering from a much needed surgery. However, he is expected to be making his return to the company soon, as WWE has advertised him to appear during the overseas tour of Australia this week.
Vince McMahon is taping episodes of Monday Night Raw and Smackdown this week, so that the performers can embark on a massive overseas tour for WWE. Wrestlers are being split up into two groups and doing shows in Australia, China and South America over the next couple of weeks.