Big Show Update

The Big Show was interviewed on Busted Open Radio recently and said that there were some complications after his hip surgery in September of last year. He said there was an infection after the surgery and if it had gotten worse, he would have needed a full hip replacement, which would have ended his career. He said that things are getting better but they were “touch and go” for another 6-8 months. It’s not clear if that means that he won’t be able to wrestle at all for 6-8 months, but it seems like it.


Serena Deeb

Serene Deeb was interivewed on WWE.com and it was mentioned that she’s now a coach at the WWE Performance Center.

The NXT Women’s division has only been around for a few years, but as the springboard for the Women’s Evolution, its legend already looms large. That’s where Serena Deeb comes in. A former acolyte of CM Punk’s Straight Edge Society (you might remember her getting her head shaved in the middle of the ring), Deeb resurfaced as a competitor in last summer’s Mae Young Classic and was recently named the newest Women’s coach at the WWE Performance Center. Days before the hire was made official, WWE.com caught up with Deeb to find out how the Superstar-turned-yogi got one of the most coveted gigs in WWE and why she’s a different breed of coach than the Performance Center has seen.


“5 forgotten WWE romances: WWE List This!”

We wanted to see these WWE couples together, but they did not stand the test of time.