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Update On Recovery Of Rollins, Bullet Club In WWE?, Big Push For Kalisto, Cena's Return & More

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- Seth Rollins is back in the gym and already hitting the weights hard as he continues his rehabilitation from reconstructive knee surgery.

- WWE has been assisting Finn Balor with fighting New Japan Pro Wrestling's attempt to trademark "Bullet Club" in the United States. The trademark was filed last year, but still hasn't been approved. Balor has objected to the filing and WWE is assisting with his legal fees as he tries to prevent NJPW from trademarking the term in the US. WWE isn't really interested in using the name, but is trying to stop NJPW from using it.

- It was indicated on social media The Wolves won’t be accepting independent bookings after March but we can’t confirm an exclusive deal anywhere at press time. Both WWE and New Japan Pro Wrestling have had recent interest in their services.

- All systems are still go on Kalisto’s singles push, something that was in motion even before Sin Cara got hurt. There’s a good possibility he ends up with a singles title sooner than later.

- John Cena is considered doubtful for Wrestlemania 32 after his successful shoulder surgery last week. Even though Cena has a history of being able to comeback sooner than expected, we’re told late-April/May even may be pushing it.

- WWE officials recently had another meeting in Ann Arbor, Michigan about Wrestlemania 33 but we don’t have details at press time.

- Cesaro’s rehabilitation is coming along good but he’s not expected back for Wrestlemania 32.

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