Some good news and bad news for the Usos. The good news is that Jey Uso successfully underwent surgery to repair a lot of injuries to his body. The bad news is that he is now required to miss approximately six months of action. That means that their involvement in the tag team division has to be halted. WWE might still use Jimmy Uso as a singles performer, but he will more than likely be relegated to working low profile matches.
April 14, 2015
To further sell the kayfabe injury suffered by Michael Cole at the hands of Brock Lesnar during Monday Night Raw, WWE has decided to keep the announcer off of the commentating table for the next episode of Smackdown. The on air explanation is that he needs surgery. Tom Phillips is replacing him and will join Jerry Lawler and Byron Saxton at the booth. No confirmation yet, but the belief is that Cole will be back for Monday Night Raw.
April 1, 2015
There is still a good amount of concern backstage for Daniel Bryan. Some people feel that his long term health is in jeopardy because he refuses to have the type of neck surgery that WWE would rather have him do. There are even those that are comparing the situation to what the front office had to deal with Kurt Angle several years back. A big push will be hard to come by if Bryan does not have the trust of management in his corner.
March 27, 2015
Kevin Owens is having one of the best rookie years that NXT has ever seen. The belief is that WWE wanted to give him even more of a boost by giving him a spot in the Andre the Giant memorial battle royal at Wrestlemania. Unfortunately, he needed knee surgery, so that will not be happening. The front office then decided to do a tournament with Adrian Neville, Finn Balor, Hideo Itami and Tyler Breeze instead. One of them will get his spot.
March 21, 2015
As some of you may already know, Santino Marella was working on making a comeback to WWE later on this year. The chances of him hitting that goal is not looking very good. Marella himself admitted during a recent interview that the injury is not healing as well as he had hoped. He stated that two of the screws that were inserted into his neck had came out, so he had to go back in for another surgery to remove the titanium.
March 20, 2015
On Monday, WWE revealed that Kevin Owens had to undergo knee surgery. More details have now been revealed. A partial meniscectomy was performed. The NXT Heavyweight Champion will more than likely miss anywhere between 4 and 6 weeks of action, which means that he will not be working any matches during Wrestlemania week. Management will have to figure something out because they have a big show in San Jose that weekend.
March 17, 2015
Earlier this week, reports surfaced that Homicide needed surgery for a torn rotator cuff and that he would need to leave TNA while recovering. It appears that the company is going to try to help him out financially. The former LAX member recently contacted management about his situation, and they agreed to allow him to work a few dates to make the money necessary to pay for the hospital stay. He worked Impact Wrestling this week.
March 15, 2015
A good amount of people were wondering about the status of Homicide because TNA moved his profile to their alumni section. That is usually done when someone is no longer with the company. As of right now, that appears to be the case with the former LAX member. He is currently sidelined by a torn rotator cuff, which will require surgery and a long rehabilitation period. There is a chance he could return to the company afterwards.
March 15, 2015
Earlier in the year, Eddie Edwards suffered a broken foot while doing a match on Impact Wrestling. That caused TNA to really think about the future of the tag team championship. Well, it looks like they have received a bit of good news in that department. Edwards opted against having surgery. He found another method of rehabilitation. Things are going well enough to where he could be back in the ring around May.
March 13, 2015