Unreported Neck Injury, Unpaid TNA Wrestlers To WWE?, Indie Content Coming To WWE Network

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- Raquel hurt her neck at the most recent Impact Wrestling tapings when she took a piledriver from Jade. She was seen sporting a neck brace a couple weeks ago and her return is unknown. Raquel was being blamed for the botch, as Jade wasn’t seen at fault.

- We reported yesterday that at least a dozen TNA wrestlers had retained attorneys over non-payment. We’re hearing they are already reaching out to WWE, seeing if there is interest. While WWE would normally shy away from a situation where there is impending litigation, the current state of TNA doesn’t intimidate them. WWE is expected to be aggressive as they’re still searching for more talent.

- Tommy End, who recently signed a WWE developmental contract, has relocated from Amsterdam to the United States. He is now working at the WWE Performance Center.

- If you missed it in yesterday’s Ask WNW, WWNLive and FloSports have agreed to a deal to stream all of the WWNLive properties, including EVOLVE, SHINE, Full Impact Pro and WWN Supershow for the next five years. WWE, who recently invested in FloSports, was trying to get WWNLive on the WWE Network but they couldn’t agree to terms. They still have a relationship with EVOLVE and there is no heat. However, with FloSports locking up the WWNLive streaming rights, were told WWE is expected to reach out to ROH Wrestling about their content. That is far from a sure thing and would likely cost ROH their relationship with New Japan Pro Wrestling.

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