Brady King Edge and Damien Priest’s new team, NJPW react to strong matches –

House of Black members Brady King Edge and Damien Priest don’t seem to be big fans of the new team in WWE.

As seen in this week’s episode of RAW, Edge and Priest appear in a segment where they cut a promo.

In the segment, Edge mentions that Priest had long denied his nature. In addition, Priest went out to pledge allegiance to the WWE Hall of Fame.

The segment ends when AJ Styles comes out and attacks Edge. The priest will eventually be made the same.

Following the segment, Brady King took to Twitter and responded to a WWE tweet on his FOX Twitter account asking fans to say “this stable name”. The king said,

“When you order House of Black on”

New Japan Pro Wrestling has announced four matches for this Saturday’s episode of NJPW Strong. You can check out the updated lineup and official preview for the show below:

* J. White vs. Chris Sabin
* Eddie Kingston and Fred Roser vs. Daniel Garcia and Fred Yehi
* Carl Fredericks vs. Josh Alexander
* Andy Brown vs. Hikulio

NJPW Strong Preview: Jay White vs. Chris Sabin
The US-of-J Open Challenge continues this week
In another stacked episode of NJPW Strong this week, Jay White continues his US-of-J Open challenge in the main event, as well as an All-Star Tag Team clash and more.

Original Fact: Jay White vs. Chris Sabin

The US-of-J Open Challenge continues into our main event, as J White fights Chris Sabin of IMPACT. After launching his Open Challenge series with Christopher Daniels, Seattle and King Switch’s Hollywood Hollywood Open Challenge was a mystery to opponents as he took on first J. Lethal and then SW3RVE. However, after White’s action in Impact Wrestling was over late, Chris Sabin was outraged to issue a direct response to Switchblade ahead of time.

White did not give Alex Shelley any of the honors he deserved for his one-time mentor at IMPACT, which led to a solo encounter with Shelley before he was confronted by a reunited motor city machine gun with a controversial tag team. There, Sabine and Shelley picked up a crushing victory when White failed to break the pinfall in time, leaving the Bullet Club leader unable to concede. Now Sabine has come out to pay some respects to J. White, who only concentrates on any need to be a catalyst for controversy in professional wrestling.

Match 3: Eddie Kingston vs. Fred Roser vs. Daniel Garcia vs. Fred Yehi

The style-making fight proverb will be tested in a hard-hitting tag bout this week, as two of the most technically skilled wrestlers in the form of Fred Yehi and Daniel Garcia will fight the two most wounded batsmen. Strong and AEW by Eddie Kingston and Fred Roser. Kingston and Garcia have many antecedents to each other, and Rosser is always ready for a fight, it should not be missed.

2nd match: Carl Fredericks vs. Josh Alexander

Impact’s walking weapon, Josh Alexander, returns to Strong this week against Carl Fredericks. Last summer, in the LA Dojo Member’s Open Challenge Series, Alexander first battled Alex Kafflin and fought against former X Division and World Champion Battle in the Valley UEA Umura’s choice. Although this week, he did not take a growing chance in their training, but rather the first graduate of LA Dojo in Fredericks. On its second anniversary, Alpha Wolf needs a big win, and one over from Alexander will surely pave the way for a successful spring and summer. Needless to say, it’s easier said than done.

1st match: Andy Brown vs. Hikulio

The night’s action begins with debutant Andy Brown as he confronts Hiculio. Bullet club’s Young Gunn has gone through every competition he has put in his way, but he wants to do the same tonight, with questions circulating about his place in the team. After his two older brothers were forcibly separated from the party, where is Hikuleo’s allegiance?

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