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Old 08-04-2016, 10:48 PM   #182
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In WWE injury news, Dave Meltzer confirmed on wrestling Observer Radio that Bray Wyatt did indeed sustain a sprained ankle on WWE Smackdown Live this week. Wyatt was still planning on working weekend WWE live events as of Wednesday morning, but if he misses the events that could be an indication that the injury is a bit more serious. As noted, Wyatt refused to have the match stopped on Tuesday night, and also refused to be checked on by trainers.
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Originally Posted by Observer
Former WWE writer Kevin Eck has an interesting column talking about being in meetings where it was clear Vince McMahon did not see stardom in C.M. Punk and Daniel Bryan, and also noting that if it was up to him, he'd build the company around Kevin Owens.
Link to the article: https://www.pressboxonline.com/2016/...f-wwes-new-era

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Originally Posted by Observer
The 9/26 Raw show in Cincinnati is advertising Roman Reigns vs. Seth Rollins as the main event.
Possible spoilers for the Universal title match at SummerSlam and Reigns-Rusev feud.

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Originally Posted by Observer
Ring of Honor will be seeing another international star make an appearance on their roster, as Dragon Lee will make his debut for the company later this year.

Lee will compete for ROH at their September 30th All Star Extravaganza VIII pay-per-view in Lowell, MA. He will also compete on ROH's TV tapings the next night.
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Originally Posted by Observer
Bret Hart talks Cody Rhodes and Seth Rollins:

"If you watch wrestling, like I do. If you watch for the wrestling. There's so much talking. There's some twit back there with a pencil behind his ear writing down all these things for wrestlers to say. It all starts to sound the same," said Hart.

"There was a difference back in my time, where we all had to make up our own verbiage. So when you watch those interviews, a certain part of you comes out and that's what makes those characters so great.

"I've seen today, even in my own case for the bits and pieces I've done in wrestling, where they give you five pages of script to go out and interrupt somebody and say this or that, it might even be really small and pretty limited sort of dialogue but it's hard to do. Especially when they give it to you at 3:00 and then you start to memorize it, and you have it sort of memorized at 5:00 and they come up to you at 6:00 and it's all changed."

"I think that Cody Rhodes, if you watch wrestling like I do as a wrestling fan, he's to me one of those wrestlers that I would put in the category of 'Excellence of Execution'. Every move he does is safe and perfectly executed. There's a lot of wrestlers today a) their execution is lousy and they're not safe. You watch Seth Rollins who they've pushed as this huge mega, mega push. I watched him a few months ago, and you can watch it back on YouTube but he knees John Cena in the face. Just knees him in the face so hard, so recklessly, so dangerously, you can easily kill somebody with a knee like that in the face," said Hart.

"It's a testimony to John Cena that a) he finished the match and b) that he didn't get a shotgun and shoot Seth Rollins when he came through the curtain."
Link to the article: http://www.forbes.com/sites/housemon...617529f8%C2%A0

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Originally Posted by PWI
WWE.com is running a poll for SummerSlam's 'Most Heated Rivalries'. The winning match will be the centerpiece for a new WWE Network collection debuting on August 15th. You can vote by clicking http://www.wwe.com/polls/summerslam-most-heated-rivalry.
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John Cena, AJ Styles, Erick Rowan, The Usos and Apollo Crews will miss next Tuesday’s episode of SmackDown Live due to the tour of New Zealand and Australia that starts next Wednesday. Dean Ambrose vs. Bray Wyatt is being advertised for the dark match for Tuesday’s SmackDown Live.
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While being interviewed by Bailey and Southside earlier this week, Seth Rollins was asked about the famous “Wrestler’s Court” and Roman Reigns’ apology to the locker room for his Wellness Policy violation. In the interview, which you can see below, Rollins said he’d never been to Wrestler’s Court and that the system is no longer around. Rollins said that the system, in which talent who were perceived to have done something wrong would go up against a “jury” of peers, was typically over trivial things such as someone taking someone else’s seat in catering. He noted that the penalties “could be a little harsh” before the company went public and social media became prominent.

He was asked if he was there for Roman Reigns’ apology to the locker room, which was framed as a Wrestler’s Court situation, and said, “No, that’s misunderstood.” Rollins said that Reigns actually addressed the locker room because he is viewed as a locker room leader and wanted to address the incident. He said that Wrestler’s Court was more of a light-hearted thing and that Reigns’ actions were more of a professional thing between himself and WWE.
Link to the video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tK47bNLDwas

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Originally Posted by Observer
Regarding last week's lead story, one correction is that in the Wellness policy on the corporate web site there is a sentence that can be construed as to cover why Lesnar wasn't being tested: "This policy, as it may be amended from time to time, is applicable and binding upon all WWE talent under contract to WWE who regularly perform in-ring services as a professional sports entertainer." The in-ring services is the loophole used for Vince and Stephanie McMahon, or even Paul Levesque when they were regulars but were not regularly doing matches in the ring. Regularly is the one for Undertaker, Rock or Lesnar, who don't work for the company regularly.
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Originally Posted by Observer
Heyman reached a new deal with WWE this past week. The deal was always expected to be made, but WWE didn't do any mentions or advertise Heyman when he wasn't under contract. His deal expired shortly after WrestleMania and he'd been working on his own projects such as the speaking tour in England.
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Originally Posted by Observer
The impression we have is MVP will not be coming in, although one person close to the situation said it's not a dead issue. He's also insisting he's not and pushing that he's still taking indie bookings. The word around wrestling is the offers have been low and a lot of the name stars contacted have felt they were too low to sign. We don't know if that's the case in this specific instance, only with others in the same boat. MVP was at the NXT show on 7/30 in Houston, and said he was there visiting friends.
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It's also mentioned that they may use him from time to time even if he isn't signed but "there was definitely talk among some in WWE that they didn't like how Sabre's style made things look "easy" and not combative."
Observer on some possible backstage heat Zack Sabre Jr has with WWE management at the moment.





Some other sheet news includes:
  • WWE's website recently explained the long standing tradition wrestlers have when it comes to wiping their feet before entering the ring. https://twitter.com/WWE/status/761305743500808192
  • According to a report from the Detroit Free Press, Rhyno is currently a heavy underdog for his election race due to his district being very pro-Democrat for voting and him running as a Republican.
  • During a recent episode of the Main Event Radio show, Eric Bischoff revealed he is currently suing TNA although didn't disclose why due to legal reasons. http://www.pwinsider.com/article/103...tling.html?p=1
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