Alberto El Patron has caught no shortage of criticism for his no show of the Impact Wrestling vs. Lucha Underground event on WrestleMania weekend.
The former WWE World Heavyweight champion finally opened up about what happened. El Patron discussed the situation with Sporting News on Friday.
“I had a family situation that I needed to attend (to). As you know, my family, my kids are my priority. The situation was involving them and that’s why I decided to take care of business and take care of my family situation. And that’s all that happened. And that comes to what I was just saying to you. I know people wanted to know absolutely everything. This only concerns my family: my parents, my sister, myself and my kids. And that’s the way it’s going to stay.”
Since Impact terminated their partnership with El Patron, there’s been no word on a definite WWE return. We’ll keep watching this story to see how it unfolds.
Stardom: Dreamslam is a three night event, taking place in Tokyo, Osaka and Nagoya respectively.
Nights one and two have already taken place. There were many hard hitting matches, with some surprising winners.
Ruaka & Nao Yamaguchi def. Hanan & Leo Onozaki
The Apache Sisters def. Queen’s Quest, Team Jungle, Bea Priestley & Xia Brookside and Kaori Yoneyama & Keneisha Moon
Starlight Kid def. Shiki Shibusawa (Future of Stardom Tournament finals)
Io Shirai def. Natsumi
JK GreeeN def. Chibis
Viper def. Toni Storm (SWA/ICW Championship)
Oedo Tai def. Stardom Army
Hanan, Natsumi & Starlight Kid def. Nao Yamaguchi, Leo Onozaki & Ruaka
Saki Kashima def. Natsu Sumire & Shiki Shibusawa
Queen’s Quest def. Konami & Team Jungle
Stardom Army def. Toni Storm & Xia Brookside
Io Shirai def. Bea Priestley (Women of Stardom Championship)
Oedo Tai def. Apache Sisters (Goddess of Stardom Championship)
Express Live in Columbus, Ohio hosted Ring of Honor: Masters of the Craft.
Many feel that the ROH roster is quite depleted. However, shows like this prove that they can still hold their own and put on a hell of an event.
Silas Young def. Cheeseburger (ROH TV Championship)
Deonna Purrazzo, Sumie Sukai & Tenille Dashwood def. Brandi Rhodes, Jenny Rose & Madison Rayne
The Hung Bucks & Flip Gordon def. Shane Taylor & SoCal Uncensored
The Briscoes def. Besties in the World (ROH Tag Team Championship)
Jay Lethal def. Jonathan Gresham
Matt Taven def. Cody Rhodes (First Blood match)
Marty Scurll def. Beer City Bruiser, Dalton Castle & Punishment Martinez (Number one contenders match)
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