I want to wish everyone a great Thanksgiving this week! Stay safe and enjoy! Now, let’s dive right into some wrestling news!

 I want to wish everyone a great Thanksgiving this week! Stay safe and enjoy! Now, let’s dive right into some wrestling news!

The WWE has recently announced a change to its broadcast of the Smackdown Brand. The change will take place the week of November 24, 2023, and that episode will take place on the FS1 Channel.

So, news of a potential signing of former WWE Superstar Ronda Rousey has been floating around since she made an unannounced appearance at the ROH Show this past week. Now, there are no official reports of an actual contract signing, and as per Fightful Select, “Ronda is on handshake deal, and it has not been announced that she has signed any contract.” So, after we all thought she would be retired from wrestling, it appears that Ronda might be back. We will keep you updated.

Former AEW Superstar Jade Cargill has reportedly been seen training at the WWE Development Center now that she has signed a contract with the WWE. She has made other appearances for the WWE, but has not yet made her official debut with the company.

AEW owner and CEO Tony Khan has announced that Matt and Nick Jackson, of the tag team the Young Bucks, will be taking some time off from wrestling for personal reasons. Matt and Nick also serve as the Executive Vice Presidents of AEW.

Staying with AEW, Will Ospreay has officially signed with All Elite Wrestling (AEW) after many weeks of speculation. Will stated, “it was the best decision for me and my family.” Fans are very excited, taking to social media with the excitement of seeing Will signed to the company.

The Question of the Week comes from David M. in Arverne, and he said, “I have watched wrestling for over 30 years now and my question is how do you deal with the constant pains and injuries that come with the wrestling?” Hi David, this is an excellent question and let me give you my opinion through experience. Although I was very lucky not to sustain a career ending injury, I did suffer a lot of minor injuries, along with the aches and pains of getting bounced around the ring. The aches and pains are very real, and I dealt with it by taking over the counter meds like Ibuprofen and Tylenol. Sometimes, I used ice packs; sometimes, I used Tiger Balm. I used to do a lot stretching and kept in ring shape by training regularly inside a ring. My biggest injury came during a match for the BCW Heavyweight Championship.  At the beginning of the match, I broke my right forearm. I continued the match for 20 minutes, all in a lot of pain, until I went to the hospital the next day. Pain, unfortunately, comes with the business, and it’s something all wrestlers have to learn to manage. It’s not easy, but again, an unfortunate byproduct of this business. Thank you for your question!

If you have a question or comment please send it to eavil183@yahoo.com and have a great Thanksgiving holiday!


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