- Bray Wyatt, who has not competed since suffering a calf injury on Oct. 12 at a WWE live event in Providence, Rhode Island, is said to be “ready to go” by people in the sports-entertainment organization, Dave Meltzer revealed on F4WOnline.com on Monday. No additional details were disclosed.
According to the website, Wyatt was initially pegged to be sidelined from in-ring competition for four weeks. He was off crutches and walking around ringside at events in Mexico last week.
– Following his departure from WWE in August, Ted DiBiase, Jr. revealed in an interview with Bill Apter that “the door’s not closed forever” in regards to a return to the company. The third-generation wrestler also talks family and shows his appreciation for the fans in this video interview.
– SmackDown ring announcer Lilian Garcia is polling fans on Twitter on a hashtag name for them: “Here r the 3 finalist in Hashtag contest: #LilWarriors #LilForces #LilBrats I personally love #LilWarriors, what is UR fav? Vote now til Friday.”