WWE.com is reporting that Edge’s torn pectoral was much worse than originally thought, with the doctors finding the tendon completely torn from the bone whilst they performed the surgery. The operation was done under the supervision of Dr James Andrews, who said the return time was still to be determined but that Edge might not be back in action until December.
What do you get when Balls Mahoney meets Stan Lee? You get this interview, that’s what.
Playboy Buddy Rose is working on an autobiography. For more information, check out his website.
Blockbuster’s WWE Vengeance 2007 DVD will contain the Hardys vs Cade & Murdoch (from the 4th June Raw) and Cena & Lashley vs Orton & Booker (from the 18th June Raw) as exclusive features.
The Rock’s next movie, Southland Tales, also starring Sarah Michelle Gellar, will be released on the 9th November. The film is directed by Richard “Donnie Darko” Kelly and the website can be found here.
PWInsider notes that Hulk Hogan is going to be selling his Ultimate Grill on QVC, starting tomorrow.
The Sun newspaper in the UK has an interview with Steve Austin’s ex-wife, Jeanie Williams, about the effects of steroids on wrestlers. Click here to check it out.
The front cover and blurb for Batista’s autobiography is up now on Simon & Schuster‘s website.
Lance Storm was interviewed by a local Canadian paper about his upcoming August 11 match vs. Bobby Roode, drugs in wrestling and more.
class=wrestling target=new>NY Daily News has a story stating that Claire Godfrey “pleaded guilty in Albany County District court to criminal diversion of prescription medicines. In exchange for a deal that will keep her out of prison, Godfrey, who investigators say sold performance-enhancing drugs to two World Wrestling Entertainment athletes, has agreed to cooperate with Albany District Attorney David Soares’ ongoing steroids investigation.”
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