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- We noted last week that Mick Foley revealed a WWE Superstar asked for permission to use one of his signature moves. Foley says is he headed to tonight’s SmackDown tapings to pass that move on. Foley tweeted after RAW:“Heading to #Smackdown in Bridgeport tomorrow, specifically to pass an iconic Foley offensive move down to a current @WWE Superstar.”- PWInsider confirms that there was some kind of injury to Randy Orton’s wrist at WWE’s Tribute to The Troops tapings on Sunday. No word yet on the severity of the injury but this is why Orton didn’t work last night’s RAW. Orton is advertised for tonight’s SmackDown tapings so we should know more later this evening.- As noted, WWE officials are still planning on doing Ryback vs. CM Punk for the WWE Title. In an update, that match is currently scheduled for the January 14th RAW from the Toyota Center in Houston, Texas. WWE will be celebrating RAW’s 20 anniversary that night so they are giving Ryback vs. Punk a big stage.
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– There were two injuries when WWE taped Tribute to the Troops over the weekend in Norfolk, Virginia.
* Randy Orton: As was previously reported, Randy Orton suffered some sort of...
Randy Orton appears to have suffered an at Sunday’s Tribute to the Troops taping in Norfolk, Virginia.
The injury took place while Orton was working Dolph Ziggler. The injury is believed to be Orton’s right hand or wrist. The referee gave the X signal and a trainer came to ringside to check him out during the match.
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- WWE Hall of Famer George “The Animal” Steele is currently writing an autobiography called “Animal.”
- Mick Foley will be dressed as Santa Claus and will be ringing the bell for the Salvation Army outside of the Smith Haven Mall in Lake Grove, New York today from 12:30 until 1:30pm. Foley will be at the entrance outside of the TGI Friday’s entrance.
- After MVP went on...
PWInsider confirms that there was some kind of injury to Randy Orton’s wrist at WWE’s Tribute to The Troops tapings on Sunday. No word yet on the severity of the injury but this is why Orton didn’t work last night’s RAW.
Orton is advertised for tonight’s SmackDown tapings so we should know more later this evening.
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- We’re still awaiting confirmation but it appears Randy Orton was injured at last night’s WWE Tribute to the Troops tapings.
The apparent injury came when Orton was in the ring with Dolph Ziggler and it looked like he hurt his right hand or wrist. The referee threw up the dreaded “X” symbol and a trainer came down during the match to check on Orton.
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- WWE has released a new episode of “Superstars Toyz” featuring Mick Foley as St. Nick going through his Christmas collection.
- This week’s episode of WWE Raw scored 157,001 in social media activity. Raw was down 28 percent from last week and fell below the taped U.K. Raw in November for lowest social score of the three-hour era according to Trendrr.TV.
- Courtesy of Mike Fields, here are some more notes from last night’s WWE Tribute to The Troops tapings in Norfolk, Virgina:
* The place wasn’t 100% full but close to it. WWE used a bigger set this year.
* Michael Cole and JBL were the announcers.
* Taped messages that aired were from President Obama, Katie Couric, Sharon Stone, The Rock and others.
* There were some people grumbling...
At Tuesday night’s WWE SmackDown tapings in Bridgeport, CT, there was an angle done to write Randy Orton off television. During a backstage segment, The Shield did a “beat down” on Orton but by the time the camera was turned on, they had walked away, leaving him lying through a table. Later during the show, Matt Striker announced that Orton suffered a “separated shoulder...
– Altoonamirror.com is featuring an interview with WWE Hall of Famer Bret Hart where he talks about the tragedy involving the death of his brother Owen Hart. I think that in the end when you weigh it all up, I’m grateful for all wrestling gave me, and I think my dad and brother Owen would say the same thing. I’m proud of everything I did. After dealing with what happened with...