BoD Daily Update: May 3rd, 2016

Ryback Update

Yesterday, Ryback met with Vince McMahon to discuss a new contract as his is scheduled to end in a few months. However, the talks did not progress as Ryback did not like the new offer and it ended with Ryback going home. At the moment, Ryback is off of all shows until there is a reconciliation before his contract runs out.

Credit Dave Meltzer, Wrestling Observer Radio

Vince McMahon Frustrated  Regarding NXT Call-Ups

Vince has reportedly been frustrated with the development of recent call-ups on the main roster. While there has been past reports that Vince had second thoughts regarding the Vaudevillians being called up to the main roster, the word is that Vince thinks the gimmick is “stupid” and does not make sense. Vince is also reportedly undecided on Apollo Crews and while Crews is impressing officials in the ring there is talk his personality is not getting over with company officials. While Vince likes Enzo Amore & Big Cass, he is not exactly sure what their gimmicks are supposed to be but is more impressed with Big Cass.

http://Vince has also reportedly been frustrated with the development of recent call-ups on the main roster

TNA Tag Team Champion Re-Signs with the Company

The company announced via Twitter that Crazzy Steve has signed a new deal with the company

NXT Performer Injured?

Riddick Moss, who after his match against Manny Andrade in Kingston, RI 4/22 appeared to be injured as he immediately left the ring with the referee once the match ended, clutching his arm. Earlier in the match, Moss was limping but stopped and did not display that when he went backstage. They went off to the side and through the curtain instead of going up the entrance ramp and Moss was replaced on the NXT Poughkeepsie show the following night and has not wrestled since.

Credit Brian Bayless,

Place to Be Podcast #403: Saturday Night’s Main Event 3/18/06

In this episode of the Place to Be Podcast, Justin and Scott take a stop on the Road to WrestleMania 22 and are joined by Steve Wille, Glenn Butler and Jason Greenhouse to live watch the March 2006 edition of Saturday Night’s Main Event. The boys discuss 2006 star power, Kurt Angle’s move back to Smackdown, Edge’s direction heading into WrestleMania, the pacing of this shows vs. Raw at the time, the return of Steve Austin, the absence of Hulk Hogan, the whereabouts of Stacy Keibler, Undertaker’s streak, Shawn Michaels’ big bump, Vince McMahon’s emoting, Montreal again and much more!