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WWN Live’s FIP Announces 16 Promotion Tournament Brackets, Hogan-Gawker Update, Top 10 SD! Moments

FIP Announces Tournament Brackets

WWN Live’s Full Impact Pro Wrestling has released the tournament brackets for their two-night six-man showcase tournament they have going on this weekend. It features sixteen independent pro wrestling companies competing. Including Full Impact Pro, American Combat Wrestling, Tier 1 Wrestling, Freelance Wrestling, Premiere Wrestling Xperience, Atlanta Wrestling Entertainment, Maryland Championship Wrestling, Viking War Party, Inspire Pro Wrestling, Outlaw Wrestling, Ronin Pro Wreslting, IWA: MS, Proving Ground Pro, Trans-South Wrestling, I Believe in Wrestling & World Wrestling Alliance 4.  

The two night Six Man Showcase at FIP presents Fallout 2015 begins this Friday! With all 16 promotions and associated...

Posted by FIP - Full Impact Pro Wrestling on Wednesday, October 21, 2015

Hulk Hogan-Gawker Update

Source: FOX News

Yesterday it was reported that Hulk Hogan's legal team would be allowed to inspect the electronic correspondence of some of the Gawker Media employees. Hogan's legal team will be allowed to look for anything that stems from the "racist rant" Hogan made being leaked to the media by Gawker.

Judge Says Hulk Hogan Can Investigate Racist Rant

Hogan's attorney, David Houston, had the following to say to FOX411 in regards to the ruling:

We are exceptionally pleased with the court’s rulings in our favor and it will be our goal to have the court appointed expert begin their search as soon as possible. We will comb through Gawker’s records looking for information that may substantiate our concern as to whether or not Gawker or an associate is responsible for the dissemination of otherwise court protected information. If we are able to find that information we will seek the most severe sanctions possible.

An attorney representing Gawker, Michael Berry, had the following to say to FOX411 in regards to the ruling:

The Judge’s order is literally unprecedented.  It has no basis in law or fact.  We intend to appeal. This order should send a shiver down the spine of all media companies and anyone who believes in the free press. It says that a court can confiscate all data in a media companies’ computer system based on nothing more than a baseless hunch and accusation. It then gives a litigant all reporters’ and editor’s data that mentions his name and a long list of other names. This order is an affront to the First Amendment.

Top 10 Smackdown! Moments

WWE has posted the following Top 10 Smackdown! Moments video recapping last night's show to it's Youtube page: