Cesaro, courtesy of Snickers, will be at the Walmart Store on 1471 E. Osceloa Parkway, Kissimmee, FL starting at 11am.

Wristband policy will be in effect – event will be open to the first 200 attendees. One autograph per person. Arrive early, space is limited. Talent and event are subject to change.

WWE will be in Springfield, Illinois tonight for a live event.

Tickets go on sale for the July 17 show in Glens Falls, New York today at 10 AM Eastern

Deadline is reporting that Legendary Pictures won the rights to the action script “Skyscraper” which will star The Rock. Universal will distribute the film will be written, produced and directed by Rawson Marshall Thurber . The project which is described as “Die Hard in China” will have Dwayne Johnson and Beau Flynn produce as well.

The script had quite the bidding war with Sony, New Line Cinema, Universal and many others offering seven figures for the rights to the project from the writer of Dodgeball.

PW Insider reported the following updates regarding the concussion lawsuits leveled against WWE and the continuing back and forth between the company and the Kentucky Boxing and Wrestling Commission:

Judge Vanessa L. Bryant, the presiding Judge in the ongoing WWE lawsuit involving WWE’s alleged lack of protection when it came to performers in regard to their health, specifically concussions, CTE and other head-trauma related injuries ruled today that WWE Executive Stephanie McMahon-Levesque will be deposed in the lawsuit brought against the company by former WWE wrestler Vito Lo Grasso and former WWE developmental talent Evan Singleton.

While WWE had argued against Levesque being within the scope of those being deposed, noting that the Plaintiffs had not given any legitimate reason for her deposition when others (listed below) were being made available to them, Judge Bryant ruled:

“WWE made Levesque available previously to testify before Congress on issues related to the safety of its wrestlers. Although the Court rejected Plaintiff’s fraudulent misrepresentation claims on the basis of that testimony, WWE has not demonstrated that Levesque is not an appropriate deponent on the issues of whether WWE had a duty, and whether that duty was breached, to disclose knowledge of long term health risks caused by repeated head trauma. The parties are ordered to work cooperatively to schedule a deposition based on the witness’ availability, which may be conducted up to fourteen days after the current discovery deadline.”

Vince McMahon (scheduled for tomorrow 5/27) and Paul “Triple H” Levesque (on 5/31) will also be deposed in regard to the lawsuit. WWE medical doctor Chris Amann and Chris Nowinski, an expert on CTE and a former WWE performer who heads up the Concussion Legacy Foundation, will also be deposed.

Dr. Joseph Maroon, who heads up the WWE Wellness Policy, was deposed on 5/20. Attorneys for Lo Grasso and Singleton have pushed for a continued deposition of Maroon, which WWE has argued against.

The Courier-Journal in Kentucky featured an article yesterday on the new Kentucky Wrestling & Boxing Commission and the obstacles that have prevented World Wrestling Entertainment from bringing PPVs, Raw and Smackdown to the Bluegrass State and how the new Commission is working to change them.

One of the primary issues is a rule on the books that calls for the stopping of any match if a wrestler is accidentally cut and bleeding and not preventing the talent to continue until the blood has been stopped.

In a statement to the Courier-Journal, WWE told the newspaper: “Under the existing rules in the state of Kentucky, WWE is unable to produce our televised entertainment events in a manner that is consistent with other states. Working with the new Commission, we hope we can return to Kentucky with live WWE televised events, including Monday Night Raw, SmackDown and our Pay-Per-Views.”

The article noted that there is hope of bringing a televised WWE event to the State in April 2017.

To read the article, click here.

Set for The June 19 Money in the Bank pay-per-view in Las Vegas at the Thomas and Mack Center:

Seth Rollins versus Roman Reigns for the WWE World Heavyweight Title

Money in the Bank Ladder Match : Sami Zayn versus Cesaro versus Chris Jericho versus Dean Ambrose versus Kevin Owens versus Alberto Del Rio versus ???

Corey Graves has begun teasing that he may be the new color commentator when Smackdown goes live Tuesday, July 19

Videos from Smackdown:











Smackdown Fallout

WWE Superstars react to Charlotte’s shocking actions on Raw

Who has qualified for the 2016 Money in the Bank Ladder Match?

WWE 24: Seth Rollins – This Monday immediately following Raw, only on WWE Network

Go inside a tryout at the WWE Performance Center