All games to be held in Cardiff as Ireland’s rescheduled U20 Six Nations fixtures announced

THE 2021 U20 Six Nations has been rescheduled to take place between 19 June and 13 July, with all games to be played at Cardiff Arms Park.

A statement on the IRFU website reads that the decision to hold the Championship in one venue was taken to “reduce the risk around travel” while also ensuring “greater rest periods and structured training and therefore meet many of the performance opportunities lost in recent times.”

Match-day squads will consist of 26 players due to the condensed format of the competition and all five match days will feature three matches being played consecutively in Cardiff.

Ireland will get the Championship underway against Scotland on Saturday, 19 June [kick-off, 2pm], followed by England v France and Wales v Italy on the same day.

Richie Murphy’s side will then face Wales in Round 2 on Friday, 25 June [kick-off, 8pm], before squaring off with England on Thursday, 1 July [KO 8pm].

The Championship will conclude with ties against Italy on Wednesday, 7th July [kick-off, 2pm] and France on Tuesday, 13 July [kick-off, 4.45pm].

The Ireland squad have gathered for two training camps at the IRFU High Performance Centre, and will continue their preparations with a four-day camp in Dublin this week.

“We are delighted to be in a position to play the U20 Championship this year, having had to cancel it in 2020 due to the pandemic,” Six Nations CEO Ben Morel said.

“The U20 Six Nations Championship is an important milestone in the life of many young players who will pursue a career in professional rugby and we would like to thank the unions for their hard work in making this Championship possible and our broadcasters for bringing it to the homes of rugby lovers. We are looking forward to some exciting rugby.”

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Every match will be broadcast in Six Nations territories either on terrestrial TV, broadcaster streaming platforms or via Six Nations digital channels.

2021 U20 Six Nations Championship Fixtures:

(All games at Cardiff Arms Park)

Round 1, Saturday 19 June:

Scotland v Ireland, 2pmEngland v France, 5pmItaly v Wales, 8pm

Round 2, Friday 25 June:

England v Scotland, 2pmItaly v France, 5pmWales v Ireland, 8pm

Round 3, Thursday 1 July:

Scotland v Italy, 2pmFrance v Wales, 5pmIreland v England, 8pm

Round 4, Wednesday 7 July:

Italy v Ireland, 2pmFrance v Scotland, 5pmWales v England, 8pm

Round 5, Tuesday 13 July:

England v Italy, 2pmIreland v France, 4.45pmScotland v Wales, 8pm.

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Adam Rose Retires from the Ring

As we previously noted, Adam Rose wrestled his final match against Bull James last night at Atomic Revolutionary’s Wrestling Star Spangled Slammer event. Wrestling Inc reports that James won the match by submission.
The ring was filled with streamers during Rose’s entrance and wrestlers surrounded the ring after with a “Thank You, Adam” chant from the crowd. James gave a speech about how Rose was always there for him in NXT and how he appreciated him. Rose thanked James, as well as Wes Briscoe, who was at ringside. He also thanked the fans and said they were lucky to have a great promotion.

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Mixed tag match will be fought under Extreme Rules at PPV

Seth Rollins and Becky Lynch’s upcoming mixed tag at Extreme Rules will live up to the event’s name — because it’s going to be an Extreme Rules match.
WWE announced on Monday that the “Winners Take All” match against Baron Corbin and Lacey Evans will now be contested under Extreme Rules.
The Universal and Women’s Championships will both be on the line as well.
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Source: Gable was not supposed to beat Gallagher by count out on 205 Live

According to Dave Meltzer, Chad Gable was not supposed to beat Jack Gallagher by count out on this week’s 205 Live.
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IMPACT Wrestling, NFL Dallas Alumni Association Team Up For Slammiversary

For Immediate Release: July 3, 2019
IMPACT Wrestling, NFL Dallas Alumni Association, HELP Consulting, Inc. and The SCORE Program Team Up for Slammiversary
SCORE Participants and Dallas Police Officers Enjoy a Night of Wrestling and Fellowship
TORONTO | DALLAS | ARLINGTON — IMPACT Wrestling, a subsidiary of Anthem Sports & Entertainment and one of the world’s largest professional wrestling organizations, is proud to partner with the Dallas Chapter of the NFL Alumni Association, Higher Education & Learning Professional Consulting, Inc. (HELP) and The SCORE Program for Slammiversary XVII, the company’s premier annual summer pay-per-view extravaganza taking place on Sunday, July 7 at Gilley’s in Dallas, TX.
IMPACT Wrestling’s Slammiversary XVII will host SCORE Program participants and Officers from the Dallas Police Department that participated in the workshop held in Dallas on June 13-14. Guests will include former NFL players Cris Dishman, Terry Mayo and Oren O’Neal, along with Liffort Hobley, the president of the Dallas chapter of the NFL Alumni Association. The event starts at 7:00 p.m. local time and takes place at Gilley’s (1135 S Lamar St, Dallas, TX, 75215).
A video promoting the partnership and initiative can be downloaded here.
Higher Education & Learning Professional Consulting, Inc. (HELP), a federally recognized 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization, teamed up with 32 former NFL players to provide The SCORE Program to high school varsity football teams in communities selected by the player partners to assist student athletes to reach their full academic potential, address social justice issues and build trust with local law enforcement agencies. SCORE stands for Shaping Careers with Officers and Relating Experiences and was designed by HELP specifically to address the need for intentional programming in support of the NFL Foundation Social Justice Grant Matching Program and the NFL Inspire Change Initiative.
On Monday, July 8 and Tuesday, July 9, three members of the IMPACT Wrestling roster will join the Arlington Police Department and the Sam Houston High School varsity football team for the two-day SCORE workshop at 2000 Sam Houston Drive, Arlington, Texas 76014. Quinn Ojinnaka, who wrestles as Moose and was an NFL player from 2006-2012, will join The SCORE Program, along with third-generation wrestler Tessa Blanchard and World Championship contender Michael Elgin.
“IMPACT Wrestling is honored to have participants from The SCORE Program workshop and alumni members from the Dallas chapter of the NFL Alumni Association at our Slammiversary event,” said Ed Nordholm, EVP of Anthem Sports & Entertainment and president of IMPACT Wrestling. “This will launch our own participation in the SCORE Program as an aspect of our growing relationship with the NFL Alumni Association, providing IMPACT Wrestling a unique avenue to contribute to the communities in which we operate.”
“The NFL and its Inspire Change Initiative was searching for a program that could be modeled and provide data towards best practices and we feel that the SCORE Program addresses this need,” said HELP Consulting, Inc. president and SCORE founder Dr. Edward L. Tarlton. “We shared our mission, vision and values with IMPACT Wrestling and without hesitation, this organization came on board in such a strong and impactful way and we are proud to cultivate this relationship with such a well-respected global brand.”
Conducted as a two-day workshop during the summer, The SCORE Program incorporates college and career readiness and solution-oriented activities that specifically focus on two of the three priority areas for the NFL Inspire Change initiative: 1) Education and Economic Advancement and, 2) Police and Community Relations, and 3) Criminal Justice Reform.
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No retirement u-turn for CJ Stander following approach from the Bulls

CJ STANDER WILL definitively retire from professional rugby at the end of the season despite an overture from South African Super Rugby franchise the Bulls.

Bulls coach Jake White revealed that he spoke to Stander in a bid to convince him to return to the Bulls and lace up his boots for another season.

But the Ireland international told White that there will be no retirement u-turn. 

Stander, who started his pro career at the Bulls before leaving to join Munster in 2012, announced his shock retirement in March so that he and his family could spend more time in South Africa.

The 31-year-old said this week that he could carry on playing for seven or eight more years, sparking speculation about a return, but Stander told White that those comments were simply to reiterate that his retirement was for family rather that physical reasons.

“I made contact with CJ and let him know that I wanted him to be part of the Bulls,” White told South African news outlet Keo.

“He said he was flattered and humbled and appreciative that there was such an interest in him, but he confirmed that the Irish Rugby Union retirement policies didn’t allow for a return to professional rugby as it would compromise and prejudice any retirement fund payouts.

“He reiterated his love for rugby and that his decision was based on wanting his children to be near their family in South Africa and to experience their cousins, uncles, aunts and grand parents.”

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Two big tag team matches set for Raw

This Monday’s Raw already has two tag team matches announced, one of which is a mixed tag team match.
The Universal and Raw Women’s champions, Seth Rollins and his real-life girlfriend Becky Lynch, will be teaming up to take on Andrade and Zelina Vega. This will be Rollins’ and Lynch’s second mixed tag team match in a row after last week they took on Mike and Maria Kanellis. The Wildcard rule will bring Andrade and Vega this week after the duo challenged the champs earlier this week.
Meanwhile, the feud between Roman Reigns, Drew McIntyre, and Shane McMahon continues on Raw even though they are all Smackdown Superstars. McIntyre and Shane will be teaming up to take on Reigns and a partner of Shane’s choosing. The Undertaker will be tagging with Reigns at the upcoming Extreme Rules pay-per-view against Drew and Shane.

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Sasha Banks Says there is More to be Done with Bayley

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Not much new is known about Banks’ status as of late, with the most recent news being her filming WWE 2K20 content in June.
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Jericho Announces First 3 AEW Guests for the Second Rock and Rager Cruise

Chris Jericho has revealed the first guests from AEW for his upcoming Rock N’ Rager Part Deux cruise. As you can see below, Jericho announced on Friday that he will have Brandi Rhodes, Cody and MFJ as guests on the cruise.
The three join the previously announced guest of honor in Ric Flair, guest cruise director Vickie Guerrero, and host Brad Williams. The cruise takes place from January 20-24, 2020.

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Will Ospreay Says He Can’t Use His Entrance Theme Anymore

Will Ospreay’s entrance theme is done with, as the NJPW star said he can no longer use it. Ospreay noted that on Twitter that the song “Elevated,” which he’s used for years, is not something he can use anymore due to a dispute with the record label that owns the song.
Ospreay, who has not used the song throughout the G1 Climax 29 so far, thanked songwriter Kevin Lacerda for his cooperation in allowing him to use the song for the past several years. You can see Ospreay’s message and listen to the song below:

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