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Randy Orton is out with a shoulder injury. [Wrestling Observer]
So no pre-show match for Orton and Dean Ambrose vs. the Wyatt Family. [Wrestling Inc]
WrestleMania pre-sale tickets go up for grabs at 9 a.m. CST on November 5. [Wrestling Observer]
Paige is going on Conan O’Brien’s TBS talk show at 10 p.m. CST Thursday. [WWE]
Between the Ropes’ Brian Fritz and Michael Wiseman break down Raw.
Man, that “Stone Cold” pop.
Brock Lesnar and the Undertaker stared each other down.
John Cena teamed with the Dudleys against the New Day.
The Dudleys are confident.
Seth Rollins went face-to-face with Shawn Michaels.
Rollins picked up a win over Ryback.
The Showstopper wasn’t done tweaking Rollins.
And so we got a Shield reunion.
But first, Ric Flair endorsed Roman Reigns. And Erick Rowan was back in the Wyatt Family.
HBK predicts a Rollins victory. Michaels ain’t a dummy.
Charlotte took down Brie.
Paige isn’t happy.
Kevin Owens takes Mark Henry to the Hall of Pain.
The dream team of Cesaro, Neville and Dolph Ziggler wasn’t enough for Rusev, Sheamus and King Barrett.
“Stone Cold” Steve Austin and Brock Lesnar didn’t tease a WrestleMania 32 match during the Texas Rattlesnake’s podcast. [Cageside Seats]
John Cena is on ESPN News tonight.
— Jonathan Coachman (@TheCoachESPN) October 19, 2015
Superstars spoilers. [Wrestling Inc]
Goldust teases a return.
Soon young Padiwan https://t.co/NihnjmA7Iw
— GOLDUST (@Goldust) October 20, 2015
Adam Rose keeps up the cryptic promos.
Vince McMahon, Triple H and Stephanie McMahon were hanging with Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones.
— WWE (@WWE) October 19, 2015
Ring of Honor
Truth Martini is the best.
The Temple is being rebuilt.
— Chris DJ DeJoseph (@chrisdejoseph) October 19, 2015
The Great Khali will be working with TNA, which is touring India in early December. Khali will help the company search for Indian talent. [Wrestling Observer]
Global Force Wrestling
The former Magnus, Nick Aldis, preps us for Amped.