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Wrestling Fix: New WWE Mattel action figures revealed, Roddy Piper still beefing with “Stone Cold” and more links

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Chris Jericho reportedly hurt his neck in his match against Neville during Beast in the East in Japan. [Wrestling Inc]

WWE says the fan who caught Brock Lesnar’s car-door frisbee is fine. [New York Daily News]

The beef between “Rowdy” Roddy Piper and “Stone Cold” Steve Austin may not be over. The Rowdy Scot has been retweeting fan tweets claiming that Piper was leg go from his WWE Legends deal. Piper writes that he’s going to address the situation on his next podcast. Why can’t you guys call each other on the phone like a couple of good brothers? Must we do this in public?

Preview night at San Diego Comic Comic revealed several new WWE Mattel action figures, including prototypes of the Million Dollar Man and Jimmy Hart as well as exclusives of WrestleMania Seth Rollins and debut John Cena. More to come Thursday.

Former Raw head writer Brian Gewitz has left the company to join The Rock’s production company. [Wrestling Observer, subscription required]

John Cena is on the cover of the latest Fighting Spirit Magazine.

Cena discusses his Trainwreck sex scene with Amy Schumer and wearing a sock a la the Red Hot Chili Peppers.

Roman Reigns tries to explain his feud with Bray Wyatt.

The Vaudevillains are the No. 1 contenders for the NXT Tag Team Championships.

Tough Enough coaches Lita, Billy Gunn and Booker T recap week three.

The contestants are bad at fighting and water balloon fights.

So which Tough Enough contestant’s gimmick is going to be the exterminator?

Lita gave Patrick a Twist of Fate earlier this year.

Chris Jericho teases what’s next for the Tough Enough crew.

WWE tryouts in Japan included Nikkie Storm and TK. [Squared Circle Sirens one, Hikaru Shida]

There’s a Virgil documentary?

This must be what a cheat day looks like for Xavier Wood, Tyler Breeze and Brad Maddox. (h/t: Squared Circle)


Go inside ROH with highlights from Jay Lethal’s title victory over Jay Briscoe at Best in the World. Also, Roderick Strong talks about being the No. 1 contender.

Also, take a peek at Lethal vs. Mark Briscoe.

And Michael Elgin vs. Cedric Alexander.


Kurt Angle’s neck surgery appears to have went well.

Austin Aries tells Busted Open that he may not be entirely done with TNA. [Wrestling Inc]

Jeff Jarrett discusses his alliance with TNA.

EC3 and Tyrus (Brodus Clay) bully Rockstar Spud.

The tease for next Wednesday’s Impact Wrestling show is all about the X Division.


Here’s the trailer for this past year’s Aniversario.


The first Tough Enough winner, Maven, is returning to the ring. Uh, please shoot those videos horizontally.

Former Straight Edge Society member Serena Deeb is retiring. [Squared Circle]

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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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