-- PWInsider reports that there were two FCW Florida Heavyweight title changes at last night's TV tapings. Leo Kruger defeated Mike Dalton to become a two-time FCW Florida Heavyweight Champion on the episode that will air on March 11th. The title run was short-lived, as Seth Rollins went on to defeat Kruger for the strap on the episode that will air on March 25th.
-- Kassius Ohno (formerly Chris Hero) also made his televised debut at last night's taping, doing a promo and a match. The promo will air on the March 11th episode, while his match will air on the March 18th show.
-- Due to circumstances beyond PCW's control, Robbie E will NOT be appearing at PCW's 5th Anniversary Event, Still Standing, on March 17th at Harpers Ferry KOA in Harpers Ferry, West Virginia. Taking his place will be ROH's Breakout Star of 2011, Rhett Titus, who will face Bobby Shields at the event. Advance tickets are available at The Locker Room Sporting Goods and at primalconflictwrestling.com.
-- Here is a video of WWE Hall of Fame Class of 2012 inductee Tully Blanchard returning to the ring earlier this month as Dory Funk Jr's Manager. Blanchard clears the ring at the end of the match:
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