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Matt Cardona

Name
Matt Cardona
Real name
Matthew Brett Cardona
Weight
224 lb
Height
6 ft 2 in
Leagues
AEW
Birthday
May 14, 1985
Age
35

Matt Cardona is formally known as Zack Ryder in the WWE.

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  • AEW CEO Tony Khan, WWE And Others On Brodie Lee’s Passing
    by Sanjay Thakur on December 27, 2020 at 4:00 pm

    As previously reported, top AEW Star Brodie Lee (known as Luke Harper in WWE) recently passed away at the age of 41. Lee (real name: Jon Huber) was most popularly known for his time in WWE as part of the Wyatt Family and the leader of AEW’s Dark Order stable known as “The Exalted One.” The post AEW CEO Tony Khan, WWE And Others On Brodie Lee's Passing first appeared on Pro Wrestling News Hub.

  • Tony Schiavone Talks About Talents He Would Like To See In AEW
    by Matthew Gover on December 19, 2020 at 11:15 pm

    Tony Schiavone speaking post-show after Wednesday’s AEW Dynamite was asked which wrestlers he would like to see added to the roster. He stated that he didn’t want to say anyone from the WWE as it would be classed as ‘tampering’. But he did reveal that the tag team champions over on impact are at the top The post Tony Schiavone Talks About Talents He Would Like To See In AEW first appeared on Pro Wrestling News Hub.

  • AEW Full Gear Commercial Sparks Rumors Of Major Debut
    by Mark Perry on October 31, 2020 at 12:30 am

    All Elite Wrestling dropped a commercial for the Saturday, November 7th AEW Full Gear PPV. Some of the wording in the spot has fans speculation. The commercial starts with ‘one of the hottest free agents’ then shows some of the big names from the past that have debuted for the AEW. Names including Brodie Lee, The post AEW Full Gear Commercial Sparks Rumors Of Major Debut first appeared on Pro Wrestling News Hub.

  • Matt Cardona Gives An Update On His Future With AEW
    by Sanjay Thakur on October 1, 2020 at 3:30 pm

    Former WWE Superstar Zack Ryder (real name: Matthew Brett Cardona), who is now referred to as Matt Cardona, recently appeared as a guest on the Pro Wrestling Junkies podcast, where he gave an update on his contract with All Elite Wrestling and what his future is with the company. According to Cardona, his AEW contract The post Matt Cardona Gives An Update On His Future With AEW first appeared on Pro Wrestling News Hub.

  • Matt Cardona Says Fans Would Hate Him If He Became A Bad Guy
    by Sanjay Thakur on September 21, 2020 at 7:00 pm

    Former WWE Superstar Zack Ryder (real name: Matthew Brett Cardona), who is now referred to as Matt Cardona, recently spoke with Inside the Ropes on a number of topics, including how he would love to become a bad guy in AEW, which would then make fans hate him, his YouTube show and more. Below are The post Matt Cardona Says Fans Would Hate Him If He Became A Bad Guy first appeared on Pro Wrestling News Hub.

  • Cardona Says AEW Showed WWE How To Run Shows In COVID-19 Era
    by Sanjay Thakur on September 12, 2020 at 5:00 pm

    Former WWE Superstar Zack Ryder (real name: Matthew Brett Cardona), who is now referred to as Matt Cardona, was recently a guest on the Wrestling Inc. Daily podcast, where he talked about a number of topics, which includes how All Elite Wrestling and the WWE handled their shows during the COVID-19 pandemic. Cardona said that The post Cardona Says AEW Showed WWE How To Run Shows In COVID-19 Era first appeared on Pro Wrestling News Hub.

  • Matt Cardona Says He Came To AEW To Win Titles, More
    by Sanjay Thakur on September 10, 2020 at 3:35 pm

    Former WWE Superstar Zack Ryder (real name: Matthew Brett Cardona), who is now referred to as Matt Cardona, was recently interviewed by Fightful on a number of topics, including his talks with AEW, his goal to win titles in AEW, his plans if AEW doesn’t work out and more. Below are the highlights: On his The post Matt Cardona Says He Came To AEW To Win Titles, More first appeared on Pro Wrestling News Hub.

  • AEW All Out 2020 Recap: Winners, Grades, Highlights
    by Mark Perry on September 5, 2020 at 11:08 pm

    Welcome to Pro Wrestling News Hubs live coverage of AEW All Out. The buy-in show starts at 7:00 pm ET followed by the main card at 8 pm ET. Refresh button on your browser every few minutes to keep up with the live results. Let us know your thoughts on the show in the comments section. The The post AEW All Out 2020 Recap: Winners, Grades, Highlights first appeared on Pro Wrestling News Hub.

  • 2020 AEW All Out Card, Predictions, Start Time, How To Watch
    by Mark Perry on September 3, 2020 at 7:02 pm

    How To Watch AEW All Out DATE:  Saturday,  September 5th, 2020, at 8:00 PM ET (Preshow at 7:00 PM ET)LOCATION:  Daily’s Place, Jacksonville FlordiaHOW TO WATCH:  BR/Live(US), Regular TV PPV, FITE TV (UK) AEW All Out is set to take place Saturday, September 5th at Daily’s Place in Jacksonville Florida. They are expect to have 700 The post 2020 AEW All Out Card, Predictions, Start Time, How To Watch first appeared on Pro Wrestling News Hub.

  • Brandi Says Renee Helped Broadcasters Get Action Figures
    by Sanjay Thakur on September 2, 2020 at 5:48 pm

    All Elite Wrestling Chief Brand Officer and top Women’s Division Star Brandi Rhodes was a guest on AEW Star Matt Cardona‘s Major Wrestling Figure podcast not too long ago to talk about a number of topics, including how former WWE Star Renee Young help paved the way for wrestling broadcasters to get action figures, how The post Brandi Says Renee Helped Broadcasters Get Action Figures first appeared on Pro Wrestling News Hub.


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