BoD Daily Update: April 29th, 2016

WWE Bringing Back War Games?

WWE Officials have reportedly discussed bringing back a War Games type of match for SummerSlam or Survivor Series, depending how storylines play out and when certain stars return from injury. The match itself will not be called War Games, however. There is also talk that the match would be between some form of the Shield and of some form of the Bullet Club.

http://wrestlechat.net/report-seth-rollins-expected-to-be-backstage-at-payback-shieldbullet-club-feud-coming/

Bomb Threat at Ring of Honor Post-Production Office

A man wearing an animal onesie was shot by police after pretending that he had a bomb. The man walked into the Fox 45 building in Baltimore, MD, where the RoH office is housed, and demanded the station play something from his flash drive and that he had a bomb underneath his onesie. The man walked out of the building to confront police and was shot three times after refusing to remove his hands from his pockets. It turns out the man did not have a bomb but rather chocolate candy bars wrapped in wire with a detonator-looking device running down his sleeve.

http://www.prowrestlingsheet.com/ring-of-honor-bomb-threat-animal-shot-video/

Ring of Honor Wrestler Suffers Concussion

BJ Whitmer suffered a concussion after taking a neckbreaker from the top rope at the 4/23 show in San Antonio. No word yet as to how long he will be out of action.

Credit Dave Meltzer, Wrestling Observer Newsletter

Payback Preview

Be sure to check out Brian Bayless’ WWE Payback preview and predictions before this Sunday’s show!

Rank & File: Top 10 On Screen Comic Book Characters

In the latest installment of Rank & File, Jordan brings in a panel of 3 terrific guests to talk about comic book characters! Ben Morse, Greg Phillips and Todd Weber are this months panel and they have each created their list of the 10 Best On-Screen Comic Book performances-including movies, television and even animated entries. The guys talk Smallville and it’s success as it relates to Seinfeld, iPad pros, and of course some pro wrestling as well. Does our list match yours? Can anything top Heath Ledger’s Joker? And did Greg find a way to rank Ryan Reynolds’ Green Lantern multiple times? Tune in and find out!