Ex-WWE Star Undergoes ACL Surgery, AJ Lee Featured (Pics), This Week’s WWE Classics



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- Kenn Doane, known as Kenny Dykstra in WWE, underwent surgery last week to repair a tear in his ACL.

After leaving the squared circle, the former WWE Superstar released an anti-bullying children’s book entitled Billy’s Bully. Details on the book are available here.

- This week’s WWE Classics on Demand updates are as follows: Wrestlemania XXVIII, WWF at Madison Square Garden (March 19, 1990), Mid-Atlantic Championship Wrestling (October 27, 1982), WWF Prime Time Wrestling (October 16, 1989), “Stone Cold” Steve Austin vs. Mankind (WWF Raw Is War – April 8, 1997), The Undertaker vs. Kane (WWF Raw Is War- November 27, 2000).

- AJ Lee is featured in today’s “Diva Spotlight” on WWE.com.

PICS: AJ Lee Wardrobe Malfunction At WWE SmackDown Tapings



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