The WWE announced on Monday that they had suspended reigning cruiserweight champion Enzo Amore (real name Eric Arndt) in the midst of a scathing accusation of sexual assault.
Tonight the WWE will air their official 25th anniversary edition of Monday Night Raw (even though the actual anniversary date was a couple of weeks ago, but whatever). To commemorate the occasion, they have advertised a ridiculous number of returning stars (Steve Austin, Shawn Michaels, The Undertaker, Scott Hall, Kevin Nash, etc) for what should be a fun nostalgic trip down memory lane.
The WWE made another bit of wrestling history this week when they announced that there would be a all-female Royal Rumble match at the annual January event. While details are still sparse, we assume it will function exactly like the men’s version, with superstars from both Raw and Smackdown competing in an over-the-top-rope battle royal, with the last remaining survivor getting a title shot at the champion of their respective brand at WrestleMania.
It took almost nine months, but Matt Hardy is finally WOKEN (but not BROKEN — that’s different, apparently).
The legal standing of the BROKEN Universe, Matt (and Jeff) Hardy’s uber successful gimmick back when they were still in TNA/Impact Wrestling, has been a long and drawn out saga.
Paige hasn’t been seen on WWE television for over a year now, with a major neck injury and multiple wellness policy infractions keeping her either on the shelf or suspended (or both).
It was the last episode of Raw before Survivor Series. As usual, the WWE did their best to promote the annual Novemer pay-per-view, considered one of the “Big Four,” as much as possible. Part of that was the return of Roman Reigns, fresh off a bout with the mumps and returning to reunite The Shield.
Former bitter enemies and now apparent best friends Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn are in hot water after a recent incident saw them unceremoniously sent home while the WWE is in the middle of a European tour.
The WWE are already missing the likes of Bray Wyatt and Roman Reigns due to some sort of contagious virus spreading around the locker room, had Neville basically walk out of the company, and Nia Jax currently written out of the storyline for some undisclosed reason. To make matters worse, they are now without former United States and Universal champion Kevin Owens.