Over the weekend, Jillian Hall visited a WWE live event and was backstage, which led to rumors of her returning to the company. She has since issued a public statement, denying the rumors of her return. Jillian recently brought up the idea of retiring as a wrestler.
When WWE NXT makes its debut on the WWE Network, management wants it to be viewed as a huge event. So, instead of just featuring developmental wrestlers, the company has booked Billy Gunn, Bret Hart, John Cena, Road Dogg, Shawn Michaels and Sheamus to make appearances throughout the night.
Road Dogg and Billy Gunn aren't just popular with the live audience. The WWE tag team champions are also well liked backstage as well. The developmental wrestlers have been especially supportive of the veterans being given another run on television.
If you're a fan of Road Dogg and Billy Gunn, then you're in luck, as the New Age Outlaws are expected to hold on to those WWE tag team championship until at least Elimination Chamber 2014, where they're rumored to be defending the belts in a match featuring multiple teams.
During the kickoff match for Royal Rumble 2014, Road Dogg and Billy Gunn shocked the wrestling world when they were able to defeat Cody Rhodes and Goldust to become the new WWE tag team champions. Many were under the impression that their return was a temporary one.
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.
Cody Rhodes and Goldust will be defending the WWE tag championships against Road Dogg and Billy Gunn before the Royal Rumble 2014 starts. The kickoff match was announced via the website, and there should be a mention of it on television tonight during Monday Night Raw.
Rumors are floating around that WWE will be adding a tag team championship match at the Royal Rumble featuring Road Dogg, Billy Gunn, Cody Rhodes and Goldust. The New Age Outlaws are expected to remain as active competitors on television for the next several weeks.
Now that she has recovered from facial injuries that she sustained after falling down the stairs, Jillian Hall is ready to get back to work, as the WWE diva has started accepting bookings on the independent wrestling circuit again.
There's speculations that the New Age Outlaws could be receiving a shot at the tag titles soon, as Road Dogg and Billy Gunn are scheduled to work a non title match against Cody Rhodes and Goldust as the Smackdown taping later on today.
There are talks that the New Age Outlaws could be utilized in another wrestling match on Monday Night Raw this week. Road Dogg is always backstage at the television shows, and Billy Gunn revealed on Twitter that he is backstage tonight as well.
Jillian Hall was recently hospitalized after falling down the stairs at a house belonging to her boyfriend. She received quite a bit of damage to her face, but the former WWE diva revealed a picture on Twitter of her near complete recovery.
Billy Gunn wrestled a match at an NXT event in Tampa last night. The former WWE star worked the main event against Bo Dallas. Since it was a no disqualification match, lots of weapons were used and interference was aplenty.
Jillian Hall has been hospitalized with head trauma. The former WWE diva stated that she had fallen down the stairs at her boyfriend's house, but it's uncertain if that reasoning was a serious tweet or just a joke.
Billy Gunn, who has been working with the WWE developmental program, will be wrestling at the next NXT live event in a tag team match with Bo Dallas.
Prior to the two of them working together in WWE, Jillian Hall was trained by Fit Finlay.
Chris Benoit shocked the wrestling world when he was able to win the Royal Rumble and earned himself a shot at the World Heavyweight Championship at Wrestlemania. He was successfully able to eliminate the Big Show to win the match.