WWE: Alicia Fox Returns, No WWE2K on Nintendo, Kurt Angle Documentary

Alicia Fox Returns

Alicia Fox returned to the ring at a WWE house show on Friday in Philadelphia, teaming up with Liv Morgan and Sarah Logan to lose to Bayley, Ember Moon & Natalya. Fox was replacing the injured Ruby Riott.

Fox has been out with a broken tailbone since January. She briefly was on Raw a couple of weeks ago, being hugged backstage by Bayley.

WWE 2K19 Won’t Be on Nintendo Switch

2K Sports said today that WWE 2K19 will not be released for the Nintendo Switch.

“WWE 2K19 will not be available on Nintendo Switch. 2K is focused on making the best possible experience for WWE 2K fans and will continue evaluating all opportunities to deliver the franchise across additional platforms.”

It will be released worldwide on October 9, 2018 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Windows PCs.

Kurt Angle Documentary

During a Facebook Q&A, Kurt Angle mentioned that he’s working on a documentary about his “entire life story.” No other details were given.

Question: Will you be doing an autobiography eventually? You will surely have more stories than any other wrestler!

Angle: Yes. Someday. I have a documentary I’m making right now. I’m excited to show all of you my entire life story. Stay tuned.