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Carlito To Put His Hair On The Line In Match, Kimberly Searches For A Tag Team Partner
By Daniel Pena
Nov 16, 2012 - 10:48:53 AM

- Puerto Rican based promotion World Wrestling Council is building toward a match where Carlito would put his trademark hair on the line against Ray Gonzalez—Gonzalez would also put his hair on the line. The match is expected to take place next month in Bayamon, with either Invader #1 or Savio Vega as the Special Guest Referee.

- On tonight's SHINE Wrestling iPPV (available at www.wwnlive.com), Kimberly looks to snap her losing streak by switching from the singles ranks to the tag team division. Kimberly, however, has trouble finding a tag team partner.



- WWE Hall of Famer Jimmy Hart appears at Santa Fe Springs Swap Meet 13963 Alondra Blvd. Space H-5, Santa Fe Springs, California, on Sunday, November 25 from noon to 3:00 p.m. (Event Information)

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