WWE Hall of Famer Jimmy Snuka is slated to return to court in LeHigh Valley, PA this afternoon at 1:30 PM as there is a pre-trial hearing in regard to Snuka’s defense requesting that the prosecution be compelled to reveal their discovery (evidence) to the defense or risk being sanctioned by the court. Snuka’s attorney Robert J. Kirwan filed the motion on 11/16, the same time the court ruled that anyone who was involved in the case be withheld from speaking about it publicly.
Snuka was arraigned last month on charges of involuntary manslaughter and third-degree murder charges in the death of his then-girlfriend Nancy Argentino in Allentown, PA in 1983.

Tammy “Sunny” Sytch’s scheduled trial today, where she was to face charges of driving under the influence, driving with a suspended license and careless driving in regard to an arrest on 5/30 was continued.

Sytch is now scheduled for a hearing on 1/26/16 for a Call of the List, where the Judge will hear if any pre-trial agreement has been made between the two sides. If not, she will stand trial on 2/1/16.

This trial is separate from charges stemming from to arrests that took place on 6/1 and 6/20 in Towamensing Township, PA. Sytch is scheduled for a 12/17 pre-trial conference in regard to charges of DUI: General Impairment/Incapable of Driving Safely, DUI: Highest Rate of Alcohol (BAC .16+), BAC .02 or Greater Second Offense, Driving without a License, Operating a Vehicle without Required Financial Responsibility, Disregarding a Traffic Lane, Reckless Driving and Driving At A Safe Speed after being arrested on 6/1. For her arrest on 6/20, Sytch is facing charges of DUI: General Impairment/Incapable of Driving Safely, driving without a license, careless driving and disregarding a traffic lane.

The four hours of Stampede Wrestling footage that had been added to the WWE Network last week has been removed from the Vault section of the WWE Network.
The belief among those I have spoken to is that there may have been a rights issue regarding the Stampede material featuring WWE Hall of Famer Bret Hart. While WWE owns the Stampede library, Bret had the rights to his matches transferred to him personally prior to the passing of his parents, who would have owned the footage. Based on that, if WWE wanted to use that material, they would technically need to license it from Hart himself.

Add the Today Show at 9 AM tomorrow to John Cena’s promotional tour for “Sisters” coming out December 18. Cena will also be on the Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon tomorrow night talking about the Amy Poehler-Tina Fey comedy

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While wrestling Ray Gonzalez for Puerto Rico’s World Wrestling Council on Saturday, Alberto Del Rio took a powder during the match and a fan at ringside started hitting him. It was quickly broken up.

Del Rio was fulfilling a previous commitment by working the show. You can watch it below.

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