Low Ki has stayed true to his words about retirement and has not been wrestling as of late, but he recently decided to get involved in the business on a short term basis. Along with former WWE star Matt Striker, he was recently spotted at House of Glory, guest training some performers.
"And I really wish Edge were still here. It killed me when I was out injured and he ended up having that final match with Alberto Del Rio. He was there while I was with the Nexus and he was just such a joy to be around. He's a good human being and just knew so much. He was always helping. Its guys like that that I wish were around still."
- Ryback on the retirement of Edge
Jillian Hall is seriously contemplating retirement from professional wrestling. The former WWE diva has not been booked frequently since leaving the company. Jillian did note that she was open to coming out of retirement if the opportunity to wrestle Melina Perez or Mickie James were to present itself.
"I'm a performer at heart and want to have the best performance. You just find a place in your mind where there's a trigger and you can go from being happy to emotional in a heartbeat if you're there and I was mentally there. I had so many people call about that. Arsenio Hall, Big Show and 'Stone Cold' Steve Austin [reached out]. Austin said he smelled a rat. I was like, 'If you smelled a rat, it's in your house.' Nobody saw that coming. He was like, 'I've been around too long kid. I could smell a rat in a woodpile.'"
With WWE having to take a stronger stance on concussions over the last few years, Dolph Ziggler might be forced to call it a career soon. The former world champion is being sent by the company to a specialist in Pittsburgh to see if he should retire from wrestling.
Mickey Keegan's dream of wrestling for WWE have come to an end, as the developmental wrestler has been forced to retire as an in ring performer because of a spine injury. Keegan is now working as a creative assistant for NXT.
The belief is that Mark Henry will be retiring from WWE as an active in ring performer after his latest contract expires. The former World Heavyweight Champion signed a new three year deal with the company earlier in the year.
Now that the word is out about Richie Steamboat being quietly released by WWE, more details have surfaced. It also appears that a severe back injury might force the second generation wrestler to completely retire from in ring action.
Those within the industry are under the impression that the Undertaker would be fine if Shawn Michaels, whom he defeated in a retirement match at Wrestlemania, were to come back and work another match for WWE in 2014.
With his injuries seemingly being non stop, CM Punk has been pondering retirement again. The former WWE champion has repeatedly stated that he does not want to stay too long in the industry and could be gone within two to three years.
Since Drew McIntyre messed around with his Twitter account, Sheamus has been avoiding the social media website ever since. All of the Tweets on there have been deleted. Interestingly, WWE has encouraged their performers to utilize the site more frequently as of late.
With Heath Slater being given time off for personal reasons, WWE has chosen Ricardo Rodriguez as his replacement in 3MB. Rodriguez worked a match with Jinder Mahal and Drew McIntyre at the big Madison Square Garden show this week.
3MB filmed a segment this week where they dressed up as the Fabulous Freebirds, but WWE opted against showing their match against Darren Young and Titus O'Neil on Smackdown.
Xavier Woods has been called up to the main roster by WWE. He made his debut on Monday Night Raw as the new tag team partner of R Truth during a match against 3MB.
Wade Barrett and Drew McIntyre joke about tornadoes affecting their traveling issues on Twitter.
WWE put together an entertaining video of the Shield doing the 3MB entrance on their new video game.
There are talks within WWE of having 3MB tweaking up their gimmick really soon. The Union Jacks gimmick might possibly become a permanent change.
Drew McIntyre suffered an arm injury during the European tour, but he is not expected to miss any time from WWE.
Since the show was in Scotland, Drew McIntyre worked as a baby face when he teamed with Heath Slater against the Usos.
A year after her passing, Drew McIntyre posted a special message for his mother on Twitter.
Since his push keeps getting delayed, there are talks that Drew McIntyre is growing rather frustrated with WWE.