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Two WWE Wrestlers Suspended

WWE suspended Robert Roode and Primo Colon for violations of the WWE Wellness Policy on Tuesday. It was reported first by Ryan Satin of ProWrestlingSheet. Both men have been suspended for 30 days. Roode has been a featured performer on SmackDown, while Primo has not been seen on television in months. WWE later confirmed the news on their own website.

WWE Injury Updates

Two WWE main eventers are dealing with minor injuries right now. According to Dave Meltzer, Seth Rollins suffered a broken finger on WWE’s live event on Sunday (h/t WrestlingInc). It happened in a match between him and Erick Rowan, and WWE made the call to keep Rollins out of action on Monday. He was initially scheduled to face Cedric Alexander as part of his heel turn, but instead it was exclusively an angle.

Braun Strowman is also dealing with a minor injury. Strowman is out of action with back spasms, according to F4Wonline.com (h/t WrestlingInc). He missed a live event on Sunday, and was replaced by Drew McIntyre in a match with The Fiend. Strowman should be back shortly from his injury.

Impact Wrestling Results:

The march towards Impact’s next pay-per-view Hard to Kill continues. This week had two “Pick Your Poison” matches as Tessa Blanchard and Sami Callahan gave each other opponents before their Impact World Title match. It also crowned new tag team number one contenders for Hard to Kill. Full results of the show are here:

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  • Rob Van Dam def. Rhino in a No DQ match; Tommy Dreamer was the special guest referee
  • Moose def. Acey Romero in Romero’s in-ring debut
  • Fallah Bah def. Raj Singh; TJP saves Bah from a post-match beatdown
  • Rich Swann & Willie Mack def. oVe, Reno Scum, and The Rascalz in a four-way match to become #1 Contenders for the Impact Tag Team Championships
  • Tessa Blanchard def. Madman Fulton by disqualification
  • Sami Callahan def. Ken Shamrock

John Morrison Returns On The Bump

It’s his first WWE appearance in years, and it will happen Wednesday morning at 10 am. What will the Shaman of Sexy have to say about his return? Secondly, will anyone tune in to watch The Bump?

One for the Road:

Billie Kay continues to be a mood

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