Fox Sports has an article about William Regal revealing his neck x-ray on social media to show younger wrestlers the dangers of doing unnecessary bumps , you check that out by going here

London mayor Boris Johnson said he would love Wrestlemania to come to London’s Wembley Arena

WWE.com announced the following:

The V Foundation and WWE Launch National Partnership To Fight Pediatric Cancer

CARY, N.C. and STAMFORD, Conn. – In an effort to help find cures for pediatric cancer, WWE and The V Foundation for Cancer Research have announced a multi-year partnership to support cancer research nationally through funds raised by Connor’s Cure. The announcement was made at Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh, where Connor’s Cure was originally established, with representatives from the hospital, WWE and The V Foundation. In 2014, Connor’s Cure was created by WWE Chief Brand Officer Stephanie McMahon and WWE Executive Vice President Talent, Live Events & Creative Paul “Triple H” Levesque as a fund within Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh Foundation to support pediatric brain and spinal cord cancer research.

The new partnership will expand Connor’s Cure outside of Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh Foundation and support other top research centers and hospitals nationwide. Connor’s Cure was established in honor of 8-year-old WWE fan Connor Michalek, a patient at Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC who battled medulloblastoma, a rare tumor that affects the brain and spinal cord. To date, Connor’s Cure has raised nearly $1 million and assisted more than 100 families around the world.

As a result of the new partnership, funds raised by WWE will support Connor’s Cure through The V Foundation’s grant-making process. The V Foundation’s Scientific Advisory Committee, comprised of world-class physicians and research scientists, vets and awards top-rated grant proposals from the nation’s leading medical facilities. In addition, funding will continue to support the research being done at Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC.

WWE is committed to raising awareness and funds for pediatric cancer research throughout the year through the sale of Connor’s Cure bracelets, fundraising programs and through its global platforms including WWE Network and TV broadcasts, live events, and digital and social media.

“WWE is proud to partner with The V Foundation for Cancer Research and expand Connor’s Cure in an effort to raise additional awareness and funds in the fight against pediatric cancer. The extensive reach of The V Foundation combined with the incredible support provided by the Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh Foundation will help bring more awareness to this devastating disease,” said WWE Chief Brand Officer Stephanie McMahon.

“The V Foundation is proud to partner with WWE in the fight against pediatric cancer. Funding research at Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh and around the country, we are partnering to let the world know that we are helping children by finding cures,” said Susan Braun, CEO of The V Foundation.

“We are extremely grateful to Stephanie, Paul, and the entire WWE community for the passion and commitment they have shown in creating Connor’s Cure and honoring the memory of a little boy who clearly touched them deeply,” said Greg Barrett, President, Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh Foundation. “The funds raised through Connor’s Cure have already made a significant difference in the lives of children battling cancer. The new partnership with The V Foundation will expand the national reach of Connor’s Cure and work toward the ultimate goal — ending pediatric cancer.”

Every year, 12,000 to 15,000 children are newly diagnosed with cancer in the U.S. Through the efforts of The V Foundation, progress is being made with cure rates for most pediatric cancers dramatically improving. The V Foundation has awarded nearly $20 million through 66 pediatric research grants to-date, including more than $5 million to pediatric cancer research in 2015.

Tickets for WWE’s return in Toronto on July 9 are now on presale through Ticketmaster using the code WWETOR

Although he has publicly shot down claims that there was any WWE interest in him to media in Mexico, lucha star Humberto Garza Jr., the cousin of the late Hector Garza, was spotted at the WWE Performance Center today. 23 years old, Garza has been wrestling seven years, he’s also worked as El Hijo del Ninja and El Ninja Jr.

WWE was filming material for the second season of “Swerved” over the weekend. There was footage filmed in Mechanicsburg, PA featuring Becky Lynch and Tyler Breeze at the Metropolis Collective Art Gallery yesterday.

The WWE Network will be officially launching a new series starring WWE Hall of Famer Mick Foley, with his daughter Noelle heavily featured, PWInsider.com has learned.

They are told that a pilot for the show is already completed, is said to be very funny, and that the company is working on plans for the series right now. Foley had a stand-up comedy special on the WWE Network previously, but we are told this is more in line with the weekly series Edge and Christian have on the Network right now.

Foley is currently in the midst of his annual charity raffle for a Wrestlemania 32 weekend experience with all proceeds going to RAINN, the Rape, Abuse and Incest National Network. For complete details on that raffle, how you can enter, what you could win and most importantly, how you can assist a very worthy charity, visit www.RealMickFoley.com.

WWE posted this preview clip of tonight’s Edge and Christian show with AJ Styles using some pointed commentary on WWE’s acknowledging things outside of their auspicious

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