Posted by TNA Wrestling News Staff on Oct 3, 2013
Juventud Guerrera’s ‘Last Chance’, What’s Up With Gallows?

Juventud Guerrera’s ‘Last Chance’, What’s Up With Gallows?

Partial Source: The Wrestling Observer Newsletter

— Luke Gallows is heading to Japan to wrestle for Pro Wrestling NOAH. He last appeared for TNA Wrestling as a member of Aces and Eights before parting ways with the organization in July.

— In what is being described as his “last chance,” Juventud Guerrera is returning to the Mexican-based promotion AAA. He hadn’t been used as of late due to disciplinary measures.


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7 Responses to “Juventud Guerrera’s ‘Last Chance’, What’s Up With Gallows?”

  1. MRPC says:

    You do realise that his name is actually Drew Hankinson and he worked in TNA as D.O.C (Director Of Chaos) w/ Aces and Eights. Also, why use that picture?

    *Hadn't realised that Juvi was still in the game. Still a Wild Boy by the sound of things. "The Juice is still loose, baby!!"

  2. tna24 says:

    so he work with tna, but this site still uses his wwe pic and a old name from wwe. why cant we go by his name us tna fan know him by.

  3. Leg Drop Jobber says:

    Last I heard about Juventud was a few years back when he was claiming that Konnan and almost the entire AAA locker room had kicked his ass, or something to that degree. Legit ass-kicking, not a work.

  4. purpleurkel says:

    Juvi has to be like 40 now

  5. Jake d says:

    Get juvi in tna.

    Bit of old school lucha would be great for the x division he’s prob still got it lol

  6. aos1982 says:

    i think tna dropped the ball abit with doc. he and knux could have held the tag titles whilst aces and eights were supposedly dominating instead of chavo and hernandez

  7. Luchador says:

    hope Juvi does good in AAA he has skills and charisma just too bad he had issues

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