WWE.com posted the following:

WWE is saddened to learn that Chris Warren, the lead singer best known for the D-Generation X theme “Break It Down,” passed away Sunday. He was 49.

Warren’s voice epitomized the essence of WWE’s Attitude Era in the late ‘90s; his distressed, screeching rendition of “Break It Down” to this day remains synonymous with the famed faction, and is considered by many among the WWE Universe as one of sports-entertainment’s greatest themes. In addition to performing on several of WWE’s biggest stages, including WrestleMania XIV and SummerSlam 1998, the “DX Band” singer collaborated with WWE composer Jim Johnston on Sean “X-Pac” Waltman’s entrance theme “Make Some Noise,” and provided the vocals to Triple H’s solo theme, “My Time.”

WWE extends its deepest condolences to Warren’s family, friends and fans.

Scheduled for tonight’s WWE NXT on the WWE Network:

*Finn Balor addresses the NXT fans.
*The Authors of Pain in action.
*Carmella vs. Tessa Blanchard
*TM-61 vs. Blake and Murphy
*Andrade Cien Almas vs. Tye Dillinger
*Also appearing are Shinsuke Nakamura and more.

Set for this Thursday’s Smackdown

Fatal Four-Way: Big Cass versus Kofi Kingston versus Luke Gallows versus Aiden English

Baron Corbin versus Zack Ryder

Rusev versus Kalisto

AJ Styles versus Xavier Woods

Natalya with Becky Lynch in her corner versus Charlotte with Dana Brooke in her corner

Dean Ambrose, Cesaro and Sami Zayn versus Chris Jericho, Kevin Owens and Alberto Del Rio

Chris Jericho appeared on SportsCenter last night to talk about his favorite newcomers and how he became Y2J.

The former Damien Sandow appeared on this week’s Wednesday edition of Talk Is Jericho.

Vince Russo was on the family friendly Steve Austin podcast yesterday talking about a multitude of topics. You can get that by going here

Wrestling DVD Network reported the following:

Kayfabe Commentaries have also just finished production on the following 6 new DVDs:

Back to the Territories: All Japan (Stan Hansen)

Back to the Territories: Georgia (Bill Eadie)

Back to the Territories: Amarillo (Terry Funk)

Terry Funk Interviewed for Back to the Territories: Amarillo DVD

Guest Booker: Outsiders Stay in WWE (Kevin Nash)

Timeline: The History of WWE – 2007 (Hornswoggle)

YouShoot (Hornswoggle)

The site also has a look at the upcoming Scott Hall documentary being released in August.

Central Intelligence Exclusive Set Visit (2016) – Dwayne Johnson, Kevin Hart Movie HD

John Cena appeared on last night’s “Maya and Marty” variety show starring Saturday Night Live alums Martin Short and Maya Rudolph. The WWE star appeared as a fireman and did an impersonation of Hogan in sketches.

Maya & Marty – Hogan Vs. (Episode Highlight)

Maya & Marty – Firemen (Episode Highlight)