Found December 14, 2012 on Wrestling Truth:
Watch Sheamus on Conan: WWE star Sheamus appeared on TBS talk show Conan last night to promote Tribute To The Troops. Here are the clips: ___________________________________________________________ Watch John Cena on Fallon: John Cena appeared on Jimmy Fallon last night on ABC to promote Tribute to the Troops and the TLC PPV. He makes a joke about Dolph Ziggler’s pee pee: ___________________________________________________________ Scott Steiner drops counter-lawsuit against TNA: Scott Steiner recently sent a letter to Nashville court dropping his counter-lawsuit against TNA. He was alleging that TNA failed to pay him due royalties. Big Poppa Pump is still pursing a second lawsuit which claims TNA forced him to wrestle and inebriated Jeff Hardy. TNA’s original lawsuit over Steiner’s Twitter rants is ongoing. ___________________________________________________________ December 14, 2012, WWE Superstars Results: This week’s episode of WWE Superstars which still airs internationally featured the following matches… Drew McIntyre and Jinder Mahal (with Heath Slater) defeated Tyson Kidd and Justin Gabriel after Mahal pinned Gabriel. Brodus Clay defeated Michael McGillicutty.
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