Eugene No Longer ‘Retarded’, New WWE Diva Update

Ryan Clark


Source: Wrestling Observer Newsletter

  • The Great Khali’s translator/manager, Ranjin Singh, is going to be off television indefinitely. Singh was “injured” this past Sunday at No Way Out. According to an article on WWE.com, Singh sustained a fractured patella after he was kicked from the entrance of the Elimination Chamber to the ground by Undertaker at No Way Out. According to the article. Singh also shattered his knee cap in three different places when he landed hard on the ground. According to the article, doctors say Singh will require surgery to repair the injury, and there is no timetable on when he’ll be able to return. Singh is actually fine as this is just a storyline. No word yet if this was simply a way to write his character off of television.
  • Nick Dinsmore returned to Ohio Valley Wrestling last week to do a TV angle where he woke up from a bad dream of being Eugene. Going by the angle, his time as Eugene was all dream. He is now back to being Nick Dinsmore doing his old “Mr. Wrestling” gimmick and wearing regular tights again. He defeated contracted WWE developmental wrestler Andrew Vain on last week’s OVW TV show.
  • WWE discovered their most recent Diva signee, Angela Fong, a cheerleader for the Canadian Football League’s British Columbia Lions, through a beauty pageant. Back in May, WWE had a person scout a beauty pageant in Las Vegas. Fong was a participant in the beauty pageant and WWE got in touch with her at the event.

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