News on Jake Roberts, Luna, Candice Michelle, Jeff Hardy, Jerry Lynn, Royal Rumble & More!

John Graziano, the passenger who was critically injured in the Nick Hogan car crash, has improved slightly as he has now opened his eyes and is semiconscious, according to the Tampa Channel 10 TV Station. However his mother has confirmed that he is still unable to breathe without a machine and has yet to speak.

Tickets for the Royal Rumble go on sale on Saturday 29th December. Also on that date is the next Raw taping in Greensboro, NC, which will have the Triple H vs. Ric Flair match where Flairs career is on the line.

Candice Michelle is apparently going to be doing a spread for the Playboy Cyber Club.

Jake “The Snake” Roberts has recently entered a nine week rehabilitation program for numerous substance problems that he is trying to rid himself of, after taking up WWE’s offer to help former stars with drug problems. Speaking to online wrestling game, his former sister-in-law Nickla Roberts said “Jake needs prayers and support from all of us”.

Speaking of former WWE stars, Luna Vachon retired from active competition last weekend after working for the “Blizzard Brawl” event in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. She will still be doing autograph signings and personal appearances.

The poster for WWE’s No Way Out PPV features Jeff Hardy. According to local press, the main event will be an Elimination Chamber match featuring Shawn Micheals, Jeff Hardy, Bobby Lashley, Randy Orton, Ken Kennedy & Umaga.

According to the Orlando Sentinel, Jerry Lynn said he asked for his release from TNA in August when he sat at home for two TV tapings without earning any income. “After a while, they started bringing in the ex-WCW and WWE guys,” he said. “I guess they had nothing for me any more.” “There’s no room for advancement, and there’s no sense staying under contract when you’re not making any money.”

A writer on has written that NBC executives are considering adding some WWE programming to their schedule due to the writers’ strike, as the fill in programming is said to not be doing all that well.

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