Oh, Wrestler’s Court. There may be no greater source of stories in the wrestling world than this. Now, a Wrestler’s Court segment has been announced for next week’s edition of Impact.
It was announced tonight that Tommy Dreamer would be taking Johnny Swinger to court next week. This came after Dreamer attempted to interrogate Swinger regarding the shooting of John E. Bravo.
— IMPACT (@IMPACTWRESTLING) November 18, 2020
Dreamer was also involved in another Wrestler’s Court segment with Impact Wrestling last December.
The backstory here is that Wrestler’s Court used to be a humorous way to solve problems in the lockerroom amongst wrestlers. Many stories have been told with The Undertaker being the judge and JBL playing the role of prosecutor.
Teddy Long has told stories about being taken to Wrestler’s Court on a number of occasions. One of which had him being accused of being cheap while riding with the APA while another accused him of selling Viagra to wrestlers in the locker room. It should be noted that the latter story involved Mae Young being Long’s defense attorney.
Mr. Anderson has also told stories of Tommy Dreamer playing the role of the judge during their days in TNA. So at least there is a bit of continuity there.