- It was reported Friday that the official website of WWE developmental promotion Florida Championship Wrestling had removed Calvin Raines, Leroy Parks, Marcus Owens and Peter Orlov from their roster page. Owens, whose real name is Jay Nobles, confirmed on his Facebook account that he was released by WWE on Friday. He was pleased over the developmental.
Nobles wrote Friday of his release from WWE's grip, "Thank god! The Handcuffs are off!! Free at Last, Free at Last, Thank God All Mighty, I'm Free at Last!!!"
Sting says he almost signed with WWE last year Posted by Corbin Nordhoff on 02/04/2012 at 06:32 PM
"Big Poppa" Gary Spears from Kiss-FM recently spoke with Sting. Here are some highlights from the interview:
Wrestlers he'd like to face that he hasn't yet: "I'd have to say the top one... Undertaker. I think wrestling fans have wanted to see Sting vs. Undertaker for years. I think between his gimmick and mine, it could be pretty cool. We could do some pretty cool stuff."
If he regrets never going to WWE: "Yes and no. Who wouldn't want to say that they've done at least one WrestleMania? I'm not going to lie to you, I wish I had done one of those. I've had great conversations with him [Vince McMahon] over the years and been real close on three or four different occasions. There was always a need met or desire of mine met with WCW or with TNA, so I stayed."
The last time he almost jumped to WWE: "Last year... we were very, very close."
With the recent success and signs that the show could already be deemed an instant hit, it seems we could very well be in for more Ring Ka King. According to a tweet by TNA and Ring Ka King founder Jeff Jarrett, there could be more Ring Ka King content on its way very soon. Jarrett posted the following on his official twitter account alluding to this saying:
"#RingKaKing! Saturday...now, some studio time for future #RingKaKing! shows...super excited..."
FCWWrestling.info, the official website of WWE developmental league Florida Championship Wrestling, has removed four talents from their roster page:
* Calvin Raines
* Leroy Parks
* Marcus Owens
* Peter Orlov
Removal from the FCW roster page is generally a sign that said talent has been released from his or her developmental contract with WWE.
Calvin Raines, who formerly competed as Pat Brink for Maryland Championship Wrestling, signed on with WWE again in 2010 after being released the previous year in a disciplinary measure. He competed in his one and only WWE last month in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, tag teaming with Drew McIntyre against Ezekiel Jackson and Trent Barreta.
Little is publicly known of Leroy Parks, a 6'3", 310 pound wrestler who donned blue overalls and was billed from Lester, Alabama. He sparingly competed for Florida Championship Wrestling after signing a developmental contract last year.
Marcus Owens got a second shot with WWE in 2010 after being released the previous year but was infrequently used.
Peter Orlov earned international acclaim while competing as Alex Koslov in Mexico, ultimately leading to a developmental contract with WWE in 2010 in spite of his relatively small stature—billed at 5'9" and 190 pounds. Though Orlov regularly competed for Florida Championship Wrestling, he frequently lost.
Cruiserweights Show In Development For WWE Network
One of the new shows being developed for the upcoming WWE Network will exclusively feature Cruiserweight wrestlers, according to a report by pwinsider.com.
WWE has been scouring the independent scene looking for talents weighting around 200 pounds that will be featured on the new show.
We reported several weeks ago that WWE held a pilot TV taping at Florida's Sunlife University back in December for an undisclosed project. WWE reportedly love the feel of the building and is looking to film the new cruiserweight show there.
As of this week, the plan is still for WWE to launch the Network this fall.
•Sheamus def. Intercontinental Champion Cody Rhodes (Non-title Match) (PHOTOS) •Justin Gabriel vs. Hunico (No Contest) (PHOTOS) •WWE Tag Team Champion Primo & Epico def. Santino Marella & “Hacksaw” Jim Duggan (PHOTOS) •Divas Champion Beth Phoenix & Natalya def Aksana & Tamina (PHOTOS) •Randy Orton def. Wade Barrett (No Disqualification Match) (PHOTOS)
SmackDown results: Wade Barrett feels the sting of The Viper; Mark Henry suspended By: Michael Burdick February 3, 2012 Tags: SmackDown: February 3, 2012
OMAHA, Neb. – In the wake of the Royal Rumble, Randy Orton lit-up the Barrett Barrage in a grueling No Disqualification main event, while Mark Henry got himself suspended and AJ stopped a major Big Show offensive on World Heavyweight Champion Daniel Bryan.
Randy Orton def. Wade Barrett in a No Disqualification Match (WATCH | PHOTOS) In a knockdown, drag-out No Disqualification slug fest, bitter rivals Randy Orton and Wade Barrett turned everything in their reach – from chairs and a table to the steel ring steps – into excruciating implements of destruction. In the end, The Viper finally triumphed over his English adversary with back-to-back RKOs, executing the second one onto a steel chair.
Then, upon hearing the news that he will face WWE’s Apex Predator next Friday night, World Heavyweight Champion Daniel Bryan rushed to the ring, defying the ever-present intimidation of The Viper by engaging in a victory lap of sorts – raising his arms and shouting his own praise.
Divas Champion Beth Phoenix & Natalya def Aksana & Tamina (WATCH | PHOTOS) Prior to their Divas Tag Team Match, Natalya and Beth were warming up when the former involuntarily passed gas for the second week in a row. (WATCH)
Once the action got underway, The Glamazon opted to tag herself in, ordering Natalya "out of her ring" before delivering the Glam Slam on Aksana for the pin. Moments later, The Fabulous Firebird walked out of the squared circle without her tag team partner. Natalya regrouped, trying to initiate a post-match assault on the fallen Aksana, but Tamina came to the rescue. Dropping her adversary with a powerful kick, "The Warrior Princess" once again delivered an earth-shattering splash off the top rope. AJ stops Big Show from hitting the WMD on World Heavyweight Champion Daniel Bryan (WATCH | PHOTOS) Singing his own praises about beating Big Show and Mark Henry at the 2012 Royal Rumble, the self-declared “role model” Daniel Bryan preached to the Omaha members of the WWE Universe about the benefits of becoming Vegan. However, when he called for The World’s Largest Athlete to be removed from the SmackDown Elimination Chamber Match on Feb. 19, Bryan quickly found himself face-to-face with the subject of his scorn.
After the provoked giant hit the chokeslam on his “arrogant” foe, a neck brace wearing AJ came to the ring. In spite of the Diva's presence, Big Show looked ready to follow-up with the WMD on Bryan. However, the injured Divas grabbed his fist, causing him to hesitate long enough for her boyfriend to get to safety. WWE Tag Team Champion Primo & Epico def. Santino Marella & “Hacksaw” Jim Duggan (WATCH | PHOTOS) Five days after returning to compete in the Royal Rumble Match last Sunday, WWE Hall of Famer “Hacksaw” Jim Duggan teamed with Assistant to the General Manager Santino Marella to take on Primo & Epico. As Duggan chased Epico out of the ring, The Italian Stallion prepared to unleash the Cobra. But, at the last minute, Rosa blew a kiss to the “snake”-wielding Superstar, allowing Primo to hit the Backstabber for the victory over “Santin-Ho!”
Justin Gabriel vs. Hunico ends in a No Contest (WATCH | PHOTOS) Furious over losing to Sheamus, Cody Rhodes stuck around for the following match, attacking Justin Gabriel from behind as the high-flyer's opponent Hunico was emerging with Camacho. When the opportunistic amigos decided to join the Intercontinental Champion in his onslaught, it drew the ire of the returning Great Khali. Though Rhodes would escape the giant Superstar's wrath, the other two Superstars were not so lucky. In the end, Hunico suffered the Punjabi Plunge.
Later, Khali would be named as the final participant in the SmackDown Elimination Chamber Match. (MATCH PREVIEW)
Sheamus def. Intercontinental Champion Cody Rhodes in a Non-title Match (WATCH PHOTOS) In a fierce battle between The Celtic Warrior and the Intercontinental Champion, Sheamus pulled a new move out of his powerful arsenal, hurling Rhodes backward to the canvas with extraordinary force for the huge non-title victory. SmackDown Elimination Chamber Participants named; Mark Henry Suspended (WATCH | PHOTOS) General Manager Theodore Long got things rolling by informing the WWE Universe which Superstars would appear in the SmackDown Elimination Chamber Match at the pay-per-view of the same name on Feb.19. World Heavyweight Champion Daniel Bryan would defend against Wade Barrett, Big Show, Intercontinental Champion Cody Rhodes and Randy Orton. (MATCH PREVIEW)
Although Mark Henry was also slated to be in the match, that all changed moments later when The World’s Strongest Man demanded that Teddy Long take him out of the Chamber and instead give him a one-on-one World Title Match that very night. As a result of the confrontation, Teddy did take Henry out of the Elimination Chamber – leaving his spot vacant – but denied the second part of his forceful request. When Henry chose to put his hands on the SmackDown leader, he quickly found himself “suspensed indefinitely."
As the enraged former World Heavyweight Champion grabbed Teddy by the tie, Sheamus emerged, stomping the massive grappler’s aggression with a Brogue Kick. After the 2012 Royal Rumble Match winner informed the SmackDown GM that he would wait to declare which World Champion he would challenge until after WWE Elimination Chamber, Intercontinental Champion Cody Rhodes decided to interrupt. This led Teddy to make a match between them. MATCHES
TNA Impact Wrestling Results for February 2, 2012 (SPOILERS)
TNA president Dixie Carter came out before the show to thank us all.
Bully Ray and Bobby Roode come out. Then James Storm, and Sting. Announces four way - Roode, Ray, Storm and Jeff Hardy at the Against All Odds PPV. Roode vs Storm, and Ray vs Storm tonight.
1. Brutus Magnus & Samoa Joe def. Matt Morgan & Crimson in a Buckingham Brawl.
Heels had to tag in and out, faces were both in at same time.
2. X-Division Champion Austin Aries beat Mark Haskins by submission. Haskins botched a shooting star press Brock Lesnar style. Brainbuster followed by a roll into submission. Haskins was carried out after the match.
3. TNA World Champion Bobby Roode beat James Storm with a spear after interference from Ray in a very good match. Ray and Roode attacked Storm post match, Sting made the save.
Eric and Garett Bischoff segment. They'll reveal who trained Garett.
4. TNA Knockouts: Tara beat Gail Kim with widow's peak. Some botched moves, and interference gone wrong from Madison Rayne led to the finish.
5. James Storm beat Bully Ray after a super kick. Storm had taped ribs, Roode and Sting came out during the match to interfere and prevent it...
6. Hulk Hogan is revealed as Garett Bischoff's trainer.
1/30 RAW Breakdown: Daniel Bryan vs. CM Punk Posted by Steve Carrier on 02/01/2012 at 03:59 PM
- As noted before, the January 30th RAW Supershow did a 3.55 cable rating and 5.21 million viewers. This was the most-watched RAW since May 23rd, 2011.
In the segment breakdown, the opener did a 3.90 quarter-rating. Randy Orton vs. Dolph Ziggler lost 580,000 viewers while Tyler Reks vs. Brodus Clay lost 166,000 viewers. CM Punk vs. Daniel Bryan gained 219,000 viewers to a 3.54 quarter-rating - which is actually a weak gain for that time slot.
The Miz vs. Kofi Kingston lost 231,000 viewers while The Rock's video lost 329,000. Eve Torres vs. Beth Phoenix and the Kane vs. John Cena brawl gained 325,000 viewers. The segment with Triple H, John Laurinaitis and The Undertaker gained 753,000 viewers.
- Mark Henry's knees went out in a match against Big Show on January 24th in Tucson, Arizona. The belief is that Henry's body was overcompensating because of the groin injury and that he shouldn't have been in the ring.
Monday Nitro rolls through the Mile-High-City on this 3rd of August edition of the show.
Diamond Dallas Page on the mic, Barbarian vs. Diamond Dallas Page, Eric Bischoff's NWO Nightcap, Psychosis vs. Tokyo Magnum, Goldberg on the mic, Brian Adams vs. Hacksaw Jim Duggan, Raven on the mic, J.J. Dillon, Dean Malenko and Chris Jericho on the mic, Eddie Guerrero vs. Juventud Guerrera, Stevie Ray(c) vs. Lizmark, Jr. - TV Title, Curt Hennig vs. Konnan, Rey Mysterio, Jr. vs. Chris Jericho, Scott Steiner on the mic, NWO Hollywood trap Kimberly Page, Scott Hall and Giant(c) vs. Bret Hart and Sting - Tag Titles
Readers Ray LeBlanc, Jon Harris, and Tony Sasek are at the WWE Smackdown taping in Omaha, Nebraska and are sending in the following updates on the WWE NXT taping.
1. The Uso Brothers defeated Tyler Reks and Curt Hawkins. Not a bad starting match, writes Jon. The Usos did a good job of getting the crowd involved and got a decent pop when they came out, Hawkins and Reks got no response.
The lower bowl of the building has a good crowd, but the upper deck is tarped off.
WWE NXT Taping
Josh Mathews and William Regal came out for commentary.
Titus O'Neal came out to cut a promo on Alex Riley. Darren Young interrupted, saying he hated Titus but he respected him. Percy Watson came out to call out Titus and Young. When Titus challenged Percy, Alex Riley made his entrance and cut a short promo before Riley and Watson cleared the ring after a short brawl. A tag match was made for the main event. The heels went for cheap heat by bashing on Omaha.
Ray noted that there's a big disco ball above the ring, meaning Brodus Clay is in the building.
1. Tyson Kidd beat Trent Barreta.
Heath Slater came out to a lot of boos as they showed him winning last week over and over. Derrick Bateman came out and interrupted Slater and made fun of his losing streak. Bateman eventually drop kicked Slater out of the ring. It wasn't that great of a promo.
2. Alicia Fox beat Maxine. Alicia won with a rollup in under a minute when Maxine was distracted by a someone. Maxine wasn't pleased with the man.
A John Cena video aired followed by a WrestleMania video.
3. Titus O'Neil and Darren Young beat Alex Riley and Percy Watson. O'Neil blind tagged himself in and pinned Riley. A good amount of heat for O'Neil and Young, The crowd was really behind Riley. This concluded the NXT taping.
Pope has a cameo in the upcoming Billy Crystal movie "Don't Call MeArnie". He's been looking into TV movie projects outside of TNA in recent weeks. He wasn't used at the latest tapings so likely won't be seen on Impact for a couple of months following the conclusion of the Pope-Devon storyline. As we reported earlier, The Pope also has a small role in the upcoming Batman Dark Knight Rises movie.
Winter (Katarina Waters) and Kip James are shooting a movie this spring called Double Fury. The film is about two estranged brothers brought back together after their father is murdered by a madman.
The dark main event after RAW last night in Kansas City saw John Cena defeat Kane via disqualification.
They did the angle where Kane attacked Cena with a steel chair to cause the DQ. Kane chokeslammed Cena and left before coming back to the ring for more. Cena came back and hit the Attitude Adjustment to end the show.
•Randy Orton def. Dolph Ziggler (PHOTOS) •Brodus Clay def. Tyler Reks (PHOTOS) •World Heavyweight Champion Daniel Bryan def. WWE Champion CM Punk (Disqualification) (PHOTOS) •Kofi Kingston def. The Miz (PHOTOS) •WWE Divas Champion Beth Phoenix def. Eve (Divas Championship Match) (PHOTOS)
WWE Raw SuperShow results: The Undertaker returned with his sights set on Triple H! By: Mitch Passero January 30, 2012 Tags: WWE Raw SuperShow: January 30, 2012
KANSAS CITY, Mo. – With the Road to WrestleMania officially underway, Undertaker wasted no time making his intentions known – he has sights set on Triple H and The Grandest Stage of Them All. The stunning return left the status of John Laurinaitis' role as Interim Raw General Manager in question.
The Undertaker interrupted John Laurinaitis’ performance review to confront Triple H (WATCH | PHOTOS) As John Laurinaitis gave himself high job ratings, WWE COO Triple H came out to call the Interim GM a spineless backstabber. After making him sweat out what his fate would be – including hinting at a Gauntlet Match and joining the legendary Kiss My Ass Club – The Game said he was going “to do what needs to be done.” But just as it sounded as if Triple H were going to wish Laurinaitis well in his future endeavors, The Undertaker’s ominous gong sounded, announcing his dark presence.
As The Phenom made his way to the ring in front of a shocked WWE Universe, Triple H stood equally as stunned. As the two sized each other up, The Phenom signaled for Triple H’s demise, while focusing his dark gaze on the WrestleMania XXVIII banner high over head. Then after patting Undertaker on the shoulder, The Game walked out of the ring.
Following the dramatic stare down, what is going through Triple H's mind? Why did he walk away? Is John Laurinaitis fired? Sound off now at WWE InterAction.
WWE Divas Champion Beth Phoenix def. Eve in a Divas Championship Match (WATCH | PHOTOS) After WWE Divas Champion Beth Phoenix quickly dispatched of Eve with the Glam Slam, Kane appeared on the arena screen to recall how he injured Zack Ryder at Royal Rumble (MORE). Calling out Cena for not embracing hate, The Big Red Monster said Ryder’s injuries could have been avoided. Looking toward WrestleMania, Kane declared “Until Cena truly embraces the hate, he can’t beat me and he can’t beat The Rock.” (CENA VS. ROCK PREVIEW) With Eve focused on the arena screen, Kane stunned everyone and appeared at ringside. As he stalked Eve in the ring, the leader of the Cenation rushed in to confront The Big Red Monster. Full of emotion, Cena brutally attacked Kane, smashing him with the steel rings steps three times. But as he prepared to hit the Attitude Adjustment on the announce table, The Devil’s Favorite Demon managed to escape and flee into the WWE Universe.
Kofi Kingston def. The Miz (WATCH | PHOTOS) Despite The Miz’s respectable performance lasting the longest in the Royal Rumble Match (PHOTOS), he could not find a way to overcome the high-flying Kofi Kingston who stunned The Awesome One with Trouble in Paradise.
World Heavyweight Champion Daniel Bryan def. WWE Champion CM Punk by Disqualification (WATCH | PHOTOS) In a highly competitive bout, two of WWE’s best went toe-to-toe in their first one-on-one match in WWE. But before either Superstar could put the other away, Chris Jericho charged in and pulled Daniel Bryan from the ring, causing the match to end in a disqualification. With Bryan down and Punk vulnerable after the hard-fought match, Jericho blasted the Straightedge Superstar with the Codebreaker.
Brodus Clay def. Tyler Reks (WATCH | PHOTOS) Continuing to spread the funk in WWE, Brodus Clay downed Tyler Reks with a serious of hard-hitting moves. Afterward, The Funkasaurus celebrated his victory by dancing with Naomi and Cameron.
Randy Orton def. Dolph Ziggler (WATCH | PHOTOS) Earlier today, Dolph Ziggler confronted John Laurinaitis about last night’s WWE Championship Match at Royal Rumble and demanded a rematch (WATCH EXCLUSIVE). Following up on a solid effort in the Royal Rumble Match, Randy Orton returned to action for the first time in six weeks, as the Superstar who put him out of commission, Wade Barrett, watched form a skybox. With a blistering offense, The Viper took it to Ziggler and defeated him with an RKO.
WWE Champion CM Punk vs. World Heavyweight Champion Daniel Bryan announced (PHOTOS) With his job in jeopardy, Interim Raw General Manager & EVP of Talent Relations John Laurinaitis started off Raw SuperShow fully confident that he would keep his job by the end of the night. Then, after calling attention to the big Raw Elimination Chamber Match on Feb. 19 (PREVIEW), the GM announced WWE Champion CM Punk and World Heavyweight Champion Daniel Bryan would collide later tonight. After the GM’s announcements, Punk led the WWE Universe in singing “Nah Nah Nah Hey Hey Hey Goodbye.” Next, after Punk and the GM traded verbal barbs, World Heavyweight Champion Daniel Bryan emerged to tout his accomplishment at the 25th anniversary of Royal Rumble. Then after the two champions mixed heated words, the 2012 Royal Rumble Match winner Sheamus came out to remind them that he earned the right to be in the main event of WrestleMania, where he boldly proclaimed he will become the WWE or World Heavyweight Champion.
Bobby Roode Interview: Talks Hogan, Flair, Inspirations, Beer Money And More
Earlier today South Carolina's Pee Dee SportsCenter talks sports radio segment featured TNA Wrestler Bobby Roode. Below is the full audio of the segment and text recap.
How he got into wrestling: "I was a huge fan as a kid growing up. I grew up in Canada so i was born and bred as a hockey player. I was always a big wrestling fan. When people asked me what i wanted to be when i grow up i would just answer that i wanted to be a professional athlete. I had a friend who was in the business and he offered to take me in and train me. Show me the ropes you can say. It started from there, it got in my blood. Paid my dues and I'm here now."
Who he grew up watching as a kid: "When i was a kid, before i even thought about getting into wrestling, the only guys i got to see were Hulk Hogan, Macho Man, King Kong Bundy. Of course, I am a hulkamaniac. Until i got into an older age in order to study it. I am a big fan of "Mr. Perfect Curt Hennig", i modeled my career after him. I thought he was one of the best in the world really. He was a great wrestler, great entertainer, awesome performer."
Regarding Ric Flair: "I didn't get to see alot of him (Flair) when i was a kid but now that I'im in the business, i got to meet Ric and got to travel with him. It's one of those things, surreal. Ric was super nice to me, he kind of took me under his wing and when we started Fourtune with AJ Styles, James Storm and Kazarian he was our manager and would come out with us to ringside. We did alot of backstage promos with Ric. He really really helped us alot. He was our mentor. When i got a chance to go up against Ric, It was a real honor for me."
How Beer Money formed: "It was an interesting time for me and James, we both just got out of different tag teams. We had a bit of a singles run, at the time we were spinning our wheels basically. There was an idea to put us as a tag team for one night. The chemistry was there and we kind of clicked. There was a match with us against LAX (Homicide and Hernandez). We did a backstage promo where James said "We both have everything that makes the world go 'round; Beer and Money." That was the name of our tag team. We became an overnight success. "
Whether Roode would ever return to tag team wrestling: "Who knows. In this business you have to kind of live for the moment. When we both first got into this business we were in it to be world champions. Maybe one day when the time is right we can reestablish Beer Money. But the time isn't right."
You can listen to the full interview segment below:
Preview The Historic London IMPACT Broadcast - Thursday On SpikeTV
Don't miss Thursday's historic TNA IMPACT WRESTLING broadcast on SpikeTV at 9/8c - all from Wembley Arena in London, England! If you can't watch it on Thursday night, make sure to set your DVR to record it so you don't miss any of the Total Nonstop Action! Here is a preview of Thursday's broadcast:
- For the first time ever, IMPACT WRESTLING takes place from London, England, at Wembley Arena! - The epic event will feature "The Immortal" Hulk Hogan, "The Icon" Sting, World Heavyweight Champion Bobby Roode, Olympic gold medalist Kurt Angle and many more of your favorite stars! It will be a night of nonstop action, surprises and memorable moments! - The broadcast will also feature the return of "The Immortal" Hulk Hogan to England for the first time in over a decade, and his first appearance on IMPACT since after October's Bound For Glory! What does Hogan have planned? Why has he chosen this historic night to return to IMPACT? - Sting plans to address the World Heavyweight Title situation on the broadcast, including who will get the shot at the gold against Bobby Roode at the "Against All Odds" Pay-Per-View - In a non-title bout and a preview of their upcoming match at "Against All Odds", Knockouts Champion Gail Kim will battle the #1 contender Tara on the London IMPACT! - Plus, the family feud continues between Eric Bischoff and his son, Garett Bischoff! Who is training Garett? Who (or what) did Eric see when he found Garett in the video that aired on IMPACT? - tune in Thursday for more! All this and much more on Thursday's IMPACT WRESTLING broadcast on SpikeTV, plus more news on the upcoming "Against All Odds" Pay-Per-View event!
According to The Wrestling Observer Jeff Hardy has earned himself a very good reputation backstage with all of the workers. Hardy is currently being described as a completely different person from who he was just a few months earlier. Definitely great news for not only Jeff Hardy but also for TNA.
TNA Wrestler Hernandez is scheduled to return to Mexico February 2 2012 for the IWRG promotion. The current card has him teaming up with Angelico, and, Toscano vs Cien Caras Jr., Apolo Estrada Jr. and Oficial 911. There is a show in Cozumel Mexico the following day, while the official card does not mention him, it is believed that Hernandez could make an appearance there as well.
-- Sources within WWE say that Evan Bourne, who is currently serving a 60-day suspension for his second violation of WWE's Talent Wellness Program, is missed in the locker room and in the ring. Many people within the company hope he is able to bounce back from his recent troubles and achieve success again.
Kane assault at Royal Rumble sends Zack Ryder to local medical facility
Kane assault at Royal Rumble sends Zack Ryder to local medical facility ST. LOUIS – After Kane brutalized John Cena in their match at the 25th anniversary of the Royal Rumble event (FULL STORY), The Big Red Monster set his sights on an already-injured and wheelchair-bound Zack Ryder, hitting him with a devastating tombstone piledriver.
Following the assault, Ryder was rushed to a nearby St. Louis trauma center.
“The most worrisome aspect of that move [the tombstone piledriver] is a compression force to the cervical spine that does have the potential to fracture several vertebrae and render serious injury,” according to WWE physician Dr. Chris Amann.
“We’ve taken him to the hospital as a precautionary measure, at which point in time we’ll get cervical spine X-rays and most likely a CAT scan to make sure that’s there’s been no significant damage,” said Amann.
The attack comes less than a week after Kane chokeslammed Ryder through an arena stage and sent him to the hospital with a herniated disc (FULL STORY).
Ik ben Boon Kenneth, en gebruik soms ook wel de schuilnaam Sting.
Ik ben een man en woon in Dworp (Belgie) en mijn beroep is .
Ik ben geboren op 05/06/1989 en ben nu dus 30 jaar jong.
Mijn hobby's zijn: Worstelen en films.
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