During WWE’s recent Crown Jewel event, what was supposed to be an exciting main event between DX and the Brothers of Destruction took a devastating turn when Triple H injured his shoulder during the match. Despite recently undergoing surgery for his injury, Triple H continued on with the planned NXT media call this week. During the call, Triple H took a moment to provide an update on the condition of his shoulder. The multi-time world champion stated that he had the surgery last week and is now in the process of rehabbing the injury. There is still no word on when Triple H will be fully healed from the injury, he has said that he will still be attending the NXT Takeover and Survivor Series event in Los Angeles this weekend.
“I had surgery a week ago yesterday, everything is feeling good. I’m
using an immobilizer now. On the road to recovery, it is just rehab,
rehab, rehab now. I will be back. That does not stop this machine from
rolling on, it is business as usual. I will be heading to Los Angeles
tomorrow to begin preparations for what is a very exciting NXT TakeOver.” Triple H said.
WWE is bringing WrestleMania back to the MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey in April of 2019, and the company planned on hosting an on-sale party for the event yesterday. The event was set to take place today, and it featured appearances from WWE Superstars, as well as a few live matches from NXT competitors. Unfortunately, the company has just announced that the on-sale party has been cancelled due to reports of inclement weather in the area. WWE has also stated that there will not be a make-up date for the on-sale party. There will not be an on-sale party for New Jersey residents today, but WWE will still be making the tickets for WrestleMania available this Friday at 10am ET.
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— WWE (@WWE) November 14, 2018
Following a successful Bound for Glory pay-per-view a few weeks ago, Impact Wrestling is already in the process of loading up the card for their next big event. Impact will be returning to The Asylum in Nashville, Tennessee on January 6th for a pay-per-view called Homecoming. Fans in attendance for the TV tapings for Impact in Las Vegas, Nevada this week, numerous matches were confirmed for the upcoming show. Brian Cage will be cashing in his X-Division Championship for a shot at Johnny Impact’s Impact World Championship. The show will also feature a Monster’s Ball match between Abyss and Eli Drake, as well as an Ultimate X match for the vacant X-Division title featuring Rich Swann, Ethan Page, Trey Miguel, and Jake Crist.