More On WWE Signing Clayton Jack, Curt Hawkins Returns, CM Punk & Al Bundy

- has a new story  on WWE signing Clayton Jack to a developmental contract. They report the deal is for three years and was offered to him after being scouted by Gerry Brisco last year. Jack chose to stay in school before signing. You can read the article at this link. You can read our initial coverage at this link.

- Curt Hawkins returned from his knee injury Thursday at a Smackdown live event in Anchorage, Alaska. He went under to Justin Gabriel.

- WWE Champion CM Punk was photographed at the Gracie Jiu-Jitsu Academy with Al Bundy… view the photo here.

  • jackkedx10

    LOl i find it halirious that he is called Al Bundy insted of his real name Ed O’neill. But Seing that picture you cant stop laughing and thinking about Bundy.

  • Ricky

    I find it amazing he still looks the same he did when he WAS Al Bundy.

  • Nathen

    Richard, unlike wrestlers, actors go by their real names and not the names of characters they played on TV. Seeing as Punk didn’t guest star on Married With Children, he took a picture with Ed O’niell.

    • Whata a tool you are Nathen. Why must people be trolls? or to put it into non internet lingo and say, why must people be smartass jerks?

      I think Richard knows Ed is not really Al. F***n S***

    • Kenneth

      Dude, seriously? I really hope you’re trolling.
      I don’t often downvote but in your case I make an exception.

      • Snap

        Yeah. It’s obviously a nod to King Kong Bundy appearing on Married With Children (oddly, NOT as a Bundy, though). Just as William Shatner inducted Jerry Lawler into the Hall of Fame, I wouldn’t be surprised if Ed O’Neill were to induct Bundy.

  • Kenneth

    I would’ve expected to see Al Bundy at the nudey bar rather than at the Gracie Jiu-Jitsu Academy. Al must be getting really old these days.
    But then again maybe he’s in good physical condition for his age? After all, he did once score four touchdowns in a single game for Polk High. That has to count for something, right?