- Joey Janela
- July 3, 1989
Joey Janela (real name: Joey Janela) has been in the pro wrestling industry since 2006. Janela is more popularly known as The Bad Boy. He has wrestled for companies such as Game Changer Wrestling, Combat Zone Wrestling and Pro Wrestling Syndicate, where he became a one-time GCW Tag Team Champion, a one-time GCW Heavyweight Champion, a three-time CZW Wired Champion, a two-time CZW Wired Champion and a three-time PWS Suicidal Six Way Champion.
Joey Janela News
- Joey Janela Officially Done With AEW After Contract Expiresby Sanjay Thakur on May 2, 2022 at 2:51 pm
One of professional wrestling’s most controversial, unorthodox and unique personalities “The Bad Boy” Joey Janela signed with AEW in January 2019 as one of the company’s first signees, when the promotion was still starting out. He would then make his AEW debut at their inaugural PPV Event known as Double or Nothing on May 25, The post Joey Janela Officially Done With AEW After Contract Expires first appeared on Pro Wrestling News Hub.
- Purrazzo To Face Martinez On Dynamite For ROH Women’s Championship—What This Might Mean For All Parties Involvedby Domenic Marinelli on April 28, 2022 at 4:20 pm
There are still a lot of things up in the air about ROH and how the brand extension of AEW will be working moving forward. That’s perfectly normal, as Tony Khan just acquired the 20 year old company and with its extensive library and excellent roster of talent, there’s certainly a lot to decide. A The post Purrazzo To Face Martinez On Dynamite For ROH Women’s Championship—What This Might Mean For All Parties Involved first appeared on Pro Wrestling News Hub.
- Joey Janela Has Interesting Take On AEW Departure—Pat Buck Signs w/ AEW…His New Roles Brought To Lightby Domenic Marinelli on April 27, 2022 at 6:14 pm
This Sunday, Joey Janela’s AEW contract comes to an end. It’s no surprise to anyone paying attention that his time in AEW was coming to an end, but what is surprising is his take on the whole deal. The pro wrestler is rather upbeat, as his social media posts suggest, taking it all in stride The post Joey Janela Has Interesting Take On AEW Departure—Pat Buck Signs w/ AEW…His New Roles Brought To Light first appeared on Pro Wrestling News Hub.
- Marko Stunt On His Way Out Of AEW Due To Two Reasonsby Sanjay Thakur on March 31, 2022 at 4:20 pm
AEW Star Marko Stunt, who is one of the company’s most beloved talent as well as one of the company’s fastest rising and brightest stars, made his AEW debut at the first-ever Double Or Nothing PPV on May 25th, 2019. He last competed for AEW on the October 4 episode of Dark: Elevation, when he The post Marko Stunt On His Way Out Of AEW Due To Two Reasons first appeared on Pro Wrestling News Hub.
- Brian Cage On Why His AEW Debut Didn’t Happen As Intendedby Sanjay Thakur on March 23, 2022 at 2:50 pm
All Elite Wrestling’s “The Machine” Brian Cage, who is one of the most, if not the most explosive and intense talent in all of pro wrestling, recently appeared on the Going Broadway podcast to talk about how his original AEW debut was supposed to happen at the inaugural Double or Nothing PPV Event during the The post Brian Cage On Why His AEW Debut Didn’t Happen As Intended first appeared on Pro Wrestling News Hub.
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