Ethan Page hacked on Twitter, El Hijo Del Vikingo coming to GCW, more | Battle size update
Here is your match size update for Thursday, November 10, 2022.
– Ethan Page’s Twitter page was hacked and Ethan has taken to Instagram to apologize for the insensitive things posted on Twitter.
— Chris Hero (is back) (@ChrisHero) 10 November 2022
– El Hijo del Vikingo will make his US and GCW debut on December 16th as just announced by GCW.
EL HIJO DEL VIKINGO makes his GCW and American Indie debut DECEMBER 16th in LOS ANGELES!
Get Tix: https://t.co/k9wfxwixWK
Nick F’N Gage
*6 Man Lucha Tag*
— GameChangerWrestling (@GCWrestling_) 10 November 2022
– Mike Tyson and Ric Flair’s cannabis brands are under new ownership.
ORANGE COUNTY, Calif. , Nov. 10, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — TYSON 2.0, legendary boxer, entrepreneur and cannabis advocate Mike Tyson’s premium cannabis brand, and Ric Flair Drip, the cannabis line of world-renowned pro wrestler Ric Flair, announced today that the industry’s fastest growing cannabis brands are brought together under a new parent company, Carma Holdings LLC. (“Carma”).
“Focused on offering high-quality cannabis and creating icon-inspired products that evoke deep consumer connection and deliver elevated experiences, Carma embodies the next generation of celebrity-driven brands committed to providing consumers with safe and effective products that appeal to a wide range of tastes and consumption preferences,” said Chad Bronstein, Carma Holdings Chairman, TYSON 2.0 Co-Founder and President. “By centralizing our branding, marketing and distribution efforts, TYSON 2.0, Ric Flair Drip and the other game-changing brands in development will allow us to scale faster to meet global consumer demand.”
Co-founded and led by Mike Tyson, Chief Brand Officer, and Chad Bronstein, Chairman and President, and Adam Wilks, Chief Executive Officer, TYSON 2.0 and Ric Flair Drip have generated $50 million in revenue since launching one year ago and are estimated to to reach $160 million in revenue by 2023. Both lines have grown to become some of the nation’s most popular cannabis brands, bringing to market high-quality cannabis and hemp products known for purity, precision and widespread availability. Through a large network of leading industry partners, including Columbia Care Inc., Verano Holdings and HEXO Corp, TYSON 2.0 and Ric Flair Drip products are now available at over 1,000 retailers in 40 states and select Canadian provinces. TYSON 2.0 has also partnered with the industry’s premier cannabis technology brands including Futurola and Stüdenglass to deliver the latest consumer innovations.
“Carma Holdings is a testament to our hard work and dedication to developing brands like TYSON 2.0 and Ric Flair Drip that resonate with our fans,” said Mike Tyson, Co-Founder and Chief Brand Officer. “Carma has changed the celebrity cannabis landscape forever, and I look forward to working with our growing team of partners so more people can experience the healing benefits of herbal medicine.”
Since its founding, the company has experienced many critical milestones. In March 2022, the release of TYSON 2.0 “Mike Bites,” a cannabis-infused, ear-shaped edible with a bite mark, a nod to one of Tyson’s most iconic boxing matches with Evander Holyfield, took social media by storm. Demand for Mike Bites was so strong that it led the company to launch new product categories last October to include three hemp-derived verticals: Delta-8, Delta-9 and CBD offered through an online global marketplace.
In August 2022, TYSON 2.0 partnered with HEXO Corp., the leading producer of high-quality cannabis products in Canada to expand its international growth strategy and officially launched a second celebrity cannabis brand through the acquisition of Ric Flair Drip Inc. and a strategic partnership with Verano Holdings corp. Products include flower pots, designed with Ric’s signature words, including “The Nature Boy”, “Champion Cannabis” and “Wrestling All-Star”, along with “Nature Boy” vape cartridges and 80s-inspired action figures.
In addition, TYSON 2.0’s board of directors will transition to Carma, with the announcement of renowned attorney, Alex Spiro.
“Carma aims to reinvent how celebrity and cannabis intersect. Guided by experienced business leaders who have built successful brands both inside and outside the sector, our team brings together deep industry knowledge, unparalleled leadership experience and a collective mission to share the many benefits of cannabis with the world,” said Chad Bronstein.
For more information on TYSON 2.0, visit TYSON20.com. TYSON 2.0 branded merchandise is available for purchase at shoptyson20.com. TYSON 2.0 branded hemp-based products will be available for purchase at TYSON20global.com.
– A new match, featuring two women affiliated with IMPACT Wrestling, has been added to the card of WrestleCade as Taya Valkyrie takes on Masha Slamovich
Saturday 26 November at 17.00
Benton Convention Center
— WrestleCade (@WrestleCade) 10 November 2022
– Another woman who is in IMPACT, current Knockouts Champion, Jordan Grace recently posted a prototype image of her upcoming action figure. Learn more here.
— Jordynne Grace (@JordynneGrace) 10 November 2022
– Championship Wrestling Promoter, a new booking simulator, is now available on Steam.
– Rumbleverse, a battle royale-style video game with heavy professional wrestling overtones, is gearing up for Season 2 on November 15.
– WWE Superstar Sheamus, in a new interview with Men’s Health Magazine, talks about his YouTube channel, trying his peers’ workouts and more.
– Two years after leaving WWE, Steve Maclin talks to Sports Illustrated about his position in IMPACT and his relationship with Deonna Purrazzo.
– Learn more about the new WWE Performance Center recruits at this link.
– Battle of the Brands 2K22: Huge show before Clash of Champions
– See what Ric Flair has to say about Nick Aldis leaving the National Wrestling Alliance.
– nZo recently cut a promo on Vampiro.
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