- Steve Austin’s surgery back in July was full blown reconstructive surgery to repair his ACL and PCL. Austin has reportedly been doing three hours of physical therapy three times a week and is hopeful to be ready for action movie roles again in January. Austin wrestling at WrestleMania 29 is highly unlikely, mainly due to The Rock and Brock Lesnar being booked for the pay-per-view event and the focus wouldn’t be on him as strong as it should. Reports suggest Austin wants to be 100% for a return matchRead More
- TNA Wrestling President Dixie Carter announced Friday that Chris Sabin tore his left ACL on Thursday’s Impact Wrestling. “Chris Sabin tore his ACL in last night’s Ultimate X match on Impact,” Carter wrote. “He’s obviously frustrated but determined to come back ASAP.” The injury occurred when he landed outside the ring. He immediately held his knee in pain and did ceased further involvement with the match. He returned to action in March following eleven months of inactivity due tears in his ACL and MCL on his right knee. –Read More
- WWE’s website has a new storyline interview up with Beth Phoenix. Here are some highlights: Being pulled from the Extreme Rules Divas Title match: “I was in a state of shock. I’d been told I would be allowed to compete regardless of the injury, but I guess when the doctor’s report came back it was a different story. It doesn’t matter. This is a road I’ve been down before. But I would have competed hurt – I’ve done that before too.” Layla winning the title: “Layla hasn’t earned anything.Read More

Posted On April 30, 2012By StaffIn News

Layla Returns At Extreme Rules, New Champions, PPV Attendance

- 14,817 was the announced attendance at tonight’s WWE Extreme Rules pay-per-view from the Allstate Arena in Rosemont, Illinois. The show was sold out. – Cody Rhodes beat Big Show in a Tables Match at tonight’s WWE Extreme Rules pay-per-view to win the WWE Intercontinental Championship. The finish saw Show break a table when he stepped on it. – Layla returned to WWE at tonight’s Extreme Rules pay-per-view, winning the WWE Divas Championship. Layla actually pinned Brie Bella when “twin magic” failed. Layla was been off WWE TV since sufferingRead More
– The March 1 episode of Impact Wrestling scored a 0.993 cable rating, which marks as the program’s lowest number of 2012. Last week’s show drew a 1.19. Impact Wrestling averaged 1.33 million viewers over the course of two hours, down from last week’s average of 1.58 million. The first hour of the show drew 1.02 cable rating before dropping to 0.965 in the second. — Dodge City Daily Globe conducted an interview with Christopher Daniels promoting Saturday’s Impact Wrestling World Tour event at United Wireless Arena in Dodge City,Read More

Posted On January 23, 2012By StaffIn News, Videos

Rey Mysterio Plans To Return By WrestleMania, Injury Update

In a new video posted to Youtube over the weekend, injured WWE star Rey Mysterio says he plans to return to action in time for WrestleMania 28 on April 1st, earlier than previously expected. Mysterio tore his ACL back in August 2011 and has been undergoing rehab in recent months. Last week, Mysterio started running in a swimming pool as part of his rehab and he is hoping to jog on a treadmill within the next few weeks. Mysterio has made several WWE appearances since his injury, including presenting anRead More
– The 50 Most Shocking, Surprising, Amazing Moments in WWE History is officially released today on DVD and Blu-ray. — Rey Mysterio announced Monday on Twitter that he will be undergoing surgery this Friday after sustaining an injury to his knee. The masked performer blew his knee out while attempting a baseball slide during his match against Alberto Del Rio on last week’s episode of Raw. He is believed to have suffered a torn ACL, which would keep sidelined for at least six months. Mysterio attributed his latest setback toRead More
– has announced a Knockout Street Fight for this Thursday’s episode of Impact Wrestling as TNA Women’s Knockout Champion Mickie James will battle Winter. Also announced for Thursday’s show is a Bound For Glory Series match featuring Scott Steiner against Bully Ray. Eric Bischoff will also call out Sting. — Tara is featured in Impact Wrestling’s latest “Why Wrestling Matters” video. The former TNA Women’s Champion discusses what drives her passion and dedication for professional wrestling. “It is baffling to me that wrestling has become a bad word. IRead More

Posted On June 5, 2011By StaffIn News

Layla Surgery Update, Roddy Piper/WWE, Cena Grants Wish

- WWE Diva Layla has completed her first week of rehab after surgery for a torn ACL and MCL in her knee. – Thanks to the Make-A-Wish Foundation, eighteen year old “Wish kid” and WWE Circle of Champions honoree Melyssa will get to meet John Cena at the July 25th WWE RAW from Hampton, Virginia. Melyssa wrote the following about meeting Cena on the Make-A-Wish website: “At the beginning, when I heard that I was chosen for a wish I wanted to record a cd because I love to sing,Read More
Former WWE Women’s Champion Layla announced this evening on her Twitter account that she tore both the ACL and MCL in her knee and will undergo surgery tomorrow. “Well my knee injury is worse than I thought… I tore both my ACL and MCL,” she wrote. “Having surgery tomorrow.” “I’m ready to heal and be stronger than ever!!!!” She continued, “Not gonna blame anyone yet for making it worse than after Michelle McCool and my match. “Just need the time to heal. Thank you all for support always.” Recovery timeRead More
Injured WWE stars Skip Sheffield, Beth Phoenix and Michael Tarver were on hand for Florida Championship Wrestling’s “Hog Wild” event in Brandon, Florida on Friday, taking part in an autograph session. All three indicated to fans when they would likely be healthy enough to return to the ring from their respective injuries. Sheffield, who suffered a compound fracture of his ankle at a live event in August, said he expects to return in March. On the October 4 episode of Raw, Tarver was attacked by John Cena, with Wade BarrettRead More

Posted On October 25, 2010By Daniel PenaIn News

Injury Notes On Undertaker & CM Punk, SD Star Returning Soon

– Beth Phoenix, who has been out of action since May due to a torn ACL, is expected to return to the road for the SmackDown brand within the next few weeks. — Some believed CM Punk may have injured his hip or back during his bout at Bragging Rights, but it’s a non-issue. — As reported earlier, The Undertaker will have his lingering shoulder injury, which has forced him to take time off from the road, diagnosed this week. WWE back by the Royal Rumble to kick off hisRead More