Mike Tyson attends AAU event, Vince McMahon responds to lawsuit

Mike Tyson played a role in Double Or Nothing at the next WWE event. Vince McMahon also responded to a lawsuit filed by the XFL commissioner.

Mike Tyson should be at the AAU event

Former World Boxing Champion Mike Tyson will perform at the upcoming Double or Nothing event of all elite wrestling.

Tyson, who once appeared as a special judge at WrestleMania, awarded the winner of the Cody Rhodes vs. Lance Archer battle for the first AW TNT Championship.

The event will be held on Saturday, May 23 from an undeclared location. The COVID-19 epidemic forced the card to be removed from Las Vegas and the MGM Grand Garden Arena.

There will be no doubles or nothing to present the #TNTChampships to the winner of the final between Iron @ MikTyson @ Codyroads and @Lansheit.

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– All Elite Wrestling (@aurestalling) May 14, 2020

Rhodes and Archer worked their way through the tournament to reach the finals. The event was also attended by Shawn Spears, Sammy Guevara, Derby Allen, Dustin Rhodes, Kip Sabian and Colt Cabana.

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The rest of the card includes John Moxley defending his AAU title against Brody Leigh and taking shape with featured matches, including a stadium stamped match with Matt Hardy, Adam Page, Kenny Omega, Matt Jackson and Nick Jackson, including Chris Jericho, a stadium stamped match with Jack. Santana and Ortiz.

Tyson has taken the world by storm with a recent update on his own future. The 53-year-old became the youngest boxer to win the undisputed heavyweight title at the age of 20.

I’m a bad boy for life. Watch #BadBoySforLife now on DVD Blu-ray @realmartymar #willsmith #stillthebaddestmanontheplanet pic.twitter.com/R9Zmz19GFm

– Mike Tyson (@MikeTyson) May 1, 2020

Tyson ended his active boxing career in 2005 after a back-to-back loss. This “Iron” 4 44–6 has gone through those

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– Mike Tyson (@MikeTyson) April 7, 2020

Among the remaining planned doubles or nothing cards are MJF vs. Jungle Boy, a casino ladder match with six wrestlers for future titles, Nayla Rose defending her women’s title against Hikaru Shidar, Brit Baker vs. Chris Statlander and Private Party vs. Best. Friends to decide the No. 1 performer for the tag title.

Vince McMahon responded to the trial

WWE chief executive Vince McMahon is facing 2020, but he is shooting at those who are attacking.

McMahon fired back through his legal team after Oliver Luck commented on a lawsuit.

Luck, the father of former NFL standout Andrew Luck, has sued McMahon over the closure of the XFL. The league did not survive the COVID-19 epidemic and closed early in the planned 2020 season.

The lawsuit filed against McMahon alleges breach of fortune. McMahon’s lawyers, however, have claimed that his use of the XFL-issued iPhone for personal reasons and the former player’s signature on legal issues, as well as his role as early commissioner of the epidemic, were neglected.

Just in: Oliver Luck asked a federal judge to issue an immediate “৮ 23.6 million” preliminary verdict against Vince McMahon, as well as to order an affiliation or embellishment of McMahon’s property and an order requiring McMahon to disclose his assets. Remedy. pic.twitter.com/at1nWv4f1u

– Daniel Wallach (@Wallachelegal) May 13, 2020

That player, Antonio Calway, played in the NFL before the XFL. McMahon, however, argued that no player with legal issues would sign his league.

Much of the legal rhetoric between the two parties is digested by Sports Business Daily, which McMahon personally guarantees a deal with the luck of XFL parents Alpha Entertainment.

Vince McMahon files https://t.co/vVRTxxnI1u show cause in court to shoot Oliver Lock from XFL

– Profutbaltalk (@profutbaltalk) May 13, 2020

This allowed Fate McMahon to sue rather than appeal to the U.S. Bankruptcy Court to oversee the XFL settlement.

Luck, who played quarterback in the NFL, was West Virginia’s athletic director and was executive vice president of the NCAA before joining the XFL.

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