Bray Wyatt Injured During Preshow Warmup

According to, Wyatt was warming up in the ring when he suffered what appeared to be an ankle sprain. He was then taken backstage in a cart. There are no further updates at this time but it does not appear that he will miss the show.

Newsday sits with “Rowdy” Roddy Piper during “Legends’ House” sneak preview

WWE Network ‘Legends’ House’ preview: ‘Rowdy’ Roddy Piper ‘uncomfortable’ with premiere – Newsday
WWE hall of famer “Rowdy” Roddy Piper turned to “Hacksaw” Jim Duggan, and with a

Also, a look at the new Ultimate Warrior DVD:

Ultimate Warrior's best tribute is new DVD set – Newsday
The WWE has undertaken separate tributes to the late Ultimate Warrior this week, including a

Vince McMahon Acknowledges CM Punk During Today’s Conference Call

When a caller asked about Punk’s status with the company, Vince replied with the following:

“As far as CM Punk is concerned, one of our performers is taking a sabbatical, let’s just put it that way.”

Ringside viewers during Japanese Wrestling

Hey Scott, I like Puroresu companies (NJPW,AJPW,NOAH,etc) and I have always wondered how the fans keep their shins from being destroyed by the guardrails? Wrestlers are regularly whipped into the steel guardrails at great speeds and smack into them and the rails fly backwards. The fans look like they don't even react to being hit by the rails at all. Am I missing something? Do the rails somehow NOT hit the fans? I know, strange question.

Thanks and great job on the site!

Real e-mails, ladies and gentlemen.

Of all the questions about the somewhat bizarre quirks of Japanese wrestling fans, that's the one I would have the least information about.