- The Von Erich Brothers (Ross & Marshall) will make their UK debuts and defend their IWR Tag Team Championship at Superclash on February 18, 2018 at the Cheltenham Town Hall in Cheltenham, England. The main event will feature Too Cold Scorpio battling Kendo Kashin. You can get more details at this link.
- Tickets to Major League Wrestling's January 11th event, MLW: Zero Hour went on sale today at mlwzerohour.eventbrite.com for MLW's return to Orlando this January 11th. MLW: Zero Hour will emanate from Gilt Nightclub in Orlando, which hosted MLW: Never Say Never. Ticket prices range from $15-$45 with a limited number of "Golden Ticket" VIP Packages also available. Matt Riddle, Jimmy Havoc, Darby Allin, MVP, Jeff Cobb, "Filthy" Tom Lawlor, Shane "Swerve" Strickland and Seth Petruzelli are some of the names confirmed for the event so far. Matches and more wrestlers will be announced in the coming days and weeks at MLW.com.
- Chris Jericho noted on Twitter that his "Alpha Club" shirt will soon be available at Hot Topic stores.
Highlights from #NJWTL Final Night19 : @IAmJericho gets the drop on @KennyOmegamanX ! Alpha showing Omega No mercy in Fukuoka?? Replay #NJWTL only on https://t.co/HrLJZOXx4B pic.twitter.com/wyLQbNCwFJ— njpw_global (@njpwglobal) December 11, 2017
- Speaking of Jericho, as noted, Chris Jericho attacked Kenny Omega at the NJPW World Tag League Final this morning in Fukuoka, which you can watch in the video above. After Omega and The Young Bucks defeated YOH, SHO & Rocky Romero, the lights went out and a video from Jericho aired, who congratulated Omega on his victory. When the lights came back on, Jericho was in the ring and planted Omega with a codebreaker. He then hit Omega in the face with the U.S. title belt and attacked a referee and announcer Don Callis. Jericho continued his attack on Omega and busted him open before the Young Bucks finally hit the ring and Jericho retreated to the back.
After the attack, Jericho posted the video below formally introducing himself to Omega. Jericho said that the attack was "a little bit of a warning" and "a little bit of an introduction" for what he can expect at WrestleKingdom 12.
Kris Jackson contributed to this article.