Indy Talent Wins Major Lawsuit Against WWE Hall of Famer, Usos Visit Children’s Hospital, WWE Returning to Indianapolis

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Indy Talent Wins Major Lawsuit Against WWE Hall of Famer

Thanks to Anthony Ambros for sending in the following:

Larry "Abdullah The Butcher" Shreve was found guilty today in the negligence, assault and battery care related to the transmission of the Hepatitis C virus to Devon Nicholson who wrestles as "Hannibal."  Nicholson was cured of the disease in late 2013 after undergoing 2 intensive and expensive chemotherapy like treatments and lost a WWE contract due to testing positive for the virus in 2009.

According to a CBC report, Nicholson has been awarded $2.3 million in damages which must be paid by Shreve. Shreve has 30 days to appeal the judge's decision, and you can read more at this link.

Usos Visit Children's Hospital (Photo)

While in Cincinnati for tonight's Smackdown tapings, WWE stars, including The Usos, visited children at the Cincinnati Children's Hospital, and the following has been posted on Instagram:

WWE Returning to Indianapolis

WWE announced on Raw last night that the company will return to Indianapolis for another Raw taping on Monday, November 24th.

The pre-sale code for the event is WWEPRE.

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