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Johnny Gargano Doesn’t Know His Immediate Future, Gets Attacked by Grayson Waller on 12/7 NXT

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An emotional Gargano ran through his NXT journey, discussing his failed WWE tryout in 2015, being brought back by William Regal and eventually being in the main event of TakeOver shows. Gargano says he doubts himself constantly, including right now, but the only place he’s ever felt important is in NXT. He continued by saying he’s been in NXT because he loves it and believes in it. He called Hunter and Shawn his family and shouted out the likes of Matt Bloom, Steve Corino, Vic Joseph, the guys who do the video packages, and more. “Change is scary, but sometimes it needs to happen,” said Gargano. “You will never fail if you bet on yourself. I don’t know what my immediate future holds. That’s up in the air right now. I may do some things here and there, but I do know one thing is for sure; in February, I’m going to do the most important job of my life. I’m going to be a dad.” Gargano continued to talk about his son but was interrupted by Grayson Waller, who smashed a chair across Gargano’s back, wrapped a chair around Gargano’s neck and threw him into the steps, and then powerbombed him through a table. We’re already crying#WWENXT @JohnnyGargano pic.twitter.com/8NZZGpxj6y — WWE (@WWE) December 8, 2021 “I know change is scary, but sometimes it needs to happen.”#WWENXT @JohnnyGargano pic.twitter.com/jOnk6en8Ns — WWE NXT (@WWENXT) December 8, 2021 WHAT. HAS. GRAYSON. WALLER. DONE?!?!#WWENXT @GraysonWWE @JohnnyGargano pic.twitter.com/2ijknxygUQ — WWE (@WWE) December 8, 2021 Gargano’s appearance at NXT WarGames was treated as his swan song with commentary and social media references to Gargano leaving the brand following the bout. Gargano’s contract with WWE expired just ahead of NXT WarGames, but he signed a one-week extension to compete in the bout. Keep up with everything happening on NXT with Fightful’s coverage of the show. After the show, check out the post-show podcast for a full review of the action.

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Comida Cantina Adjusts to the Pandemic, Establishes Wildcard Advantage Program

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Just seven weeks after Comida Cantina opened in January 2020, COVID-19 shut down the restaurant’s dining room.  Comida is a Central St. restaurant and bar specializing in Mexican and Latin American-inspired cuisine. During the pandemic, the restaurant made a variety of adjustments and recently launched a partnership with Northwestern’s Wildcard Advantage Discounts program.  “Our goal…

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‘Beyond Torture’: Family of Missing Langley, B.C. Man Urges People to Come Forward

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Devon Goodrick was last seen around 3:30 a.m. Sept. 25, near 192 Street and 28 Avenue, and was reported missing two days later.

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Reduce, reuse, recycle and refuse: these are tenets of Eco and the Flamingo, Evanston and Chicago’s first zero waste general stores. “(Sustainability’s) just been our guiding value from the beginning — if a company wasn’t sustainable, we weren’t going to work with them,” co-founder Bethany Barbouti said. “That was just one area we were never…

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