WWE News (cont.)
-Legends House had their season finale on the WWE Network this week, but there will be a special reunion episode next week hosted by Jerry "The King" Lawler.
–WWE could renew CM Punk's contract with, or without his permission, in accordance with a policy that Vince McMahon recently took advantage of to keep Rey Mysterio on the roster. But what are the pros and cons for the company, and for Punk?
-There will be a celebrity guest host of Raw next week.
–Ric Flair could be making his return to Monday Night Raw sooner than you'd think. Who would he work with?
–MVP was removed from the main event of this weekend's TNA Slammiversary PPV event in Dallas, TX. He was supposed to face Eric Young for the Heavyweight Championship, but suffered an injury that will keep him off the show. Samoa Joe and Bobby Lashley will face off, as well Kenny King and Austin Aries, with the winners of each match advancing to a 3-way cage match for the title.
–Mick Foley has a long blog about the Shield breaking up, Luke Harper of the Wyatt Family, NFL controversy and more.
-Kurt Angle will be at TNA Slammiversary to announce the 3rd inductee into the Hall of Fame. Kurt Angle and Sting are the only two members, as of now, and we take a look at who they could possibly put in next.
–TNA morale is down again according to reports, but that's not unusual because January was the last time I heard they were anything but down. This time it's apparently due to low Basebrawl turnout, and a lack of a new TV deal with Spike.
-There's some potential drama brewing between TNA and Ring of Honor, as it appears the former tried to snap up a few major names to boost their Slammiversary PPV. From the rumors going around, they tried to pin it on Davey Richards going "rogue", reaching out to a few of his former mates – primarily Bobby Fish and Kyle O'Reilly. Problem is, as we just mentioned, the morale in TNA right now it's not great, and that's obvious from the outside as well.
-Steve Austin did a great interview with Ring Rust Radio this week, and talked about some of the original ideas he pitched for WrestleMania 30. Plus, CM Punk leaving the WWE, the possibility of "one more match" and more.
-According to our own Justin LaBar, WWE has signed Kevin Steen to a developmental contract and he will be headed to the Performance Center and NXT later this year.
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