This Weekend: House Of Hardcore Gets Broken One Last Time

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Matt Hardy and Tommy Dreamer have put each other through hell over the past several House of Hardcore events and this weekend they'll do it two more times before putting the issue behind them for good.

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In his entire career, Dreamer has yet to pick up a win when in the ring with Hardy. That includes three meetings in House of Hardcore. The first time, a three-way Tables, Ladders, and Chairs match at House of Hardcore 6 also featured Carlito. Even with an extra man in the ring, Hardy was the winner.

Dreamer and Hardy met again at House of Hardcore 18, this time battling in an extreme rules match. Again, Hardy was the victor.

Things got way out of hand at House of Hardcore 18. Dreamer's hated rival, Raven, made his way into the ring to hit a DDT. Moments later, The Sandman hit the ring to lay into Hardy with a kendo stick. Finally, after Hardy doused Dreamer with gasoline, Bubba Ray Dudley made the save to end Dreamer's nightmare.

The two men then met inside a steel cage at House of Hardcore 22. Things did not get any better for Dreamer and he enters this weekend with two chances to settle the score.

At Friday's House of Hardcore 24, Dreamer and Matt meet one-on-one in a New Jersey Delete Street Fight. Though, if history is any indication, things may not end that night with just those two men.

Saturday, at House of Hardcore 25, Dreamer will have backup as he teams with Bully Ray to take on Matt and brother Jeff -- or is it Brother Nero?

That's not all for the events, though, as Sami Callihan and Bully Ray will meet Friday in a first time ever match, Callihan takes on Penta El 0M in his FloSlam debut and Brian Cage will take on MVP.

House of Hardcore 24

WATCH HERE - Friday, April 21, 2017

Announced card

  • Tommy Dreamer vs. Matt Hardy in a New Jersey Delete Street Fight
  • Bully Ray vs. Sami Callihan meet for the first time ever
  • Brian Cage vs. MVP
  • Also appearing: Matt Riddle, Bull James, The Spirit Squad, Alex Reynolds, Guido Maritato, The Sandman, Velvet Sky and more!

House of Hardcore 25

WATCH HERE - Saturday, April 22, 2017

Announced card

  • Tommy Dreamer & Bully Ray vs. Broken Matt Hardy & Brother Nero
  • Sami Callihan vs. Penta El 0M
  • Also appearing: MVP, Brian Cage and many more!

WWE Champ Jinder Mahal Got The Rockstar Treatment In India

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WWE Smackdown Hits & Misses: Zayn & Owens Tell The Truth

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It's no secret that Smackdown has been a mess for weeks now. But it's a relief to have sat through two hours of solidly entertaining programming this week.

WWE Raw Hits & Misses: A Big Red Return And More

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Kane is back and The Shield could be in trouble.

Weekend Roundup: Reigns Vs. Rhodes, Jacobs At ROH, More

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AAW Jim Lynam Memorial Tournament Night 1 In Photos

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The AAW Jim Lynam Memorial Tournament kicked off Friday night in Berwyn, IL, with eight first-round matches and a pair of spectacular showcase matches.

One Of The Best Tournaments On The Indies Kicks Off Tonight

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Tonight marks the start of the AAW Jim Lynam Memorial Tournament. In 2016, Chris Hero took home the tournament title in one of the best two-day events of the independent wrestling year.

The Cease & Desist Jokes Are Still Flying

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The WWE's decision to send a cease-and-desist letter to the Young Bucks for their use of the "Too Sweet" hand gesture -- seemingly in retaliation for the Bullet Club's "invasion" of RAW -- has at least led to some fun banter on Twitter. 

FloSports Weekly Viewing Guide: Oct. 9-15

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In our weekly viewing guide, we list the best live coverage and original storytelling coming up across each of our sites. If you have Apple TV 4 or Roku, watch all of these live events and documentaries on your TV at home.

ACH: 'Expect Something Way Better' At Super Jr. Tag Tourney

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As previously reported, the eight teams participating in the New Japan Pro Wrestling Super Jr. Tag Tournament have been announced, and ACH is among the men heading into the big tournament later this month.

No More Neville?

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From King of the Cruiserweights to King of the Indies? That may well be the situation as rumors are mounting that former WWE Cruiserweight Champion and former NXT Champion Neville is on his way out of WWE.