One month removed from a sever head injury, current WWE Heavy Weight Champion, Dolph Ziggler has been cleared to return to in-ring action for the WWE. Dolph Ziggler was seen at recent weekend house shows as he accompanied, Big E. Langston and A.J. Lee. Ziggler would remain at ringside with no physical involvement in the show(s). Now medically cleared, can the WWE pick up were they left with the story line of, Dolph Ziggler, Alberto Del Rio, and Jack Swagger? Or do they have to take a drastic turn to keep the feud fresh for the WWE Universe.
TNA President, Dixie Carter announced a “big name free agent signing” . That “big name” turned out to be former UFC star, Quinton “Rampage” Jackson. TNA has revealed that, “Rampage” has signed a “multi-year partnership” with Spike TV, Bellator MMA, and TNA Wrestling. This seems like a great idea for TNA and Bellator. “Rampage” does bring a certain amount of name recognition due to his time in the UFC. But is this a knee jerk reaction to the delayed wrestling debut of, King Mo? How will, “Rampage” fit in with the TNA roster?
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- TNA Knockouts steal the show at Slammiversary
- Jesse Ventura considers running for USA President
- Ring of Honor re-signs a top independent talent
- Hernandez & Quest reminisce about some of the earlier shows
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Tags: Adam Cole, Bellator, Dolph Ziggler, Gail Kim, Jesse Ventura, King Mo, Kurt Angle, quinton "rampage" jackson, Ring of Honor, taryn terrell, TNA, WWE