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Wrestling Fix: Stephen Amell injured training for SummerSlam match, ESPN at SummerSlam, ROH to Japan and more links

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WWE
Stephen Amell was injured training for his SummerSlam tag-team match with Neville against King Barrett and Stardust. Amell reportedly doing a snatch during a weight workout and the bar smacked him in the mouth causing a cracked jaw and a swollen tongue. [Wrestling Observer]

Amell posted this video, but it sounds as if he’ll be at SummerSlam.

Stardust is also training.

And trolling.

We’re a week away from the Deadman Rising at SummerSlam.

Rob Schamberger is ready for Taker vs. Brock Lesnar.

Could SportsCenter be there? Sounds like a possibility.

WWE has declared August 22 “Ultimate Warrior Day” in Brooklyn. [WWE.com]

Let’s get caught up on SmackDown since most of us missed it.

Hulk Hogan must not have ever wrestled at SummerSlam.

Oh, wait. [WWE.com]

Ric Flair picks who he’d want in a new version of the Four Horsemen, and it’s Miz, Dolph Ziggler, Cesaro and Seth Rollins. [With Spandex]

Charlotte and Becky Lynch will be at NXT Takeover: Brooklyn.

Lana is doing all right for herself.

https://twitter.com/lanawwe/status/632416619315204096

Rusev be trolling.

Karl Anderson teases a Bullet Club reunion in NXT.

https://twitter.com/Machinegunka/status/632742298967670784

 

New Japan Pro-Wrestling
IWGP World Heavyweight Champion Kazuchika Okada will face Genichiro Tenryu at Sumo Hall in November. [Wrestling Observer]

The winner of the G-1 Climax Series is … [Wrestling Observer]

Ring of Honor will be partnering with NJPW for a tour of Japan in 2016. [PWInsider]

 

TNA
Brian Myers says Global Force is only getting started in TNA.

Ethan Carter III explains why your Facebook sucks.

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Brian is the owner and editor-in-chief of Between The Ropes. He has also covered wrestling and MMA for The Orlando Sentinel and AOL Fanhouse and currently is a contributor for Sporting News. You can email Brian at btrfritz@gmail.com.

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