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Big Title Change Planned For SummerSlam 2016, Another WWE Star Injured, WWE Stable Breaking-Up Soon, Update on Randy Orton’s Return, Jim Ross Talks About Undertaker’s Retirement

Let us take a look at the top 10 stories of the hour from the world of Professional Wrestling:

10. Bray Wyatt Injured At WWE Live Event, Pulled From Other Events
WWE has confirmed that “The Eater of Worlds” Bray Wyatt suffered a right calf injury during his match against WWE World Heavyweight Champion Roman Reigns.

Wyatt got injured when him and Reigns were fighting in the corner and he slipped and injured his calf. Below is what posted:

Bray Wyatt suffered a right calf injury on Wednesday, has learned.

The injury came during Wyatt’s match on the first Live Event of WWE’s European tour in Milan, Italy.

Bray Wyatt has now been pulled from the current WWE European Tour.

9. “I Didn’t Shed One Tear When I Left TNA” – AJ Styles

During an appearance on the Sam Roberts Wrestling Podcast, AJ Styles revealed the difference in his emotions when he left TNA Wrestling compared to when he left New Japan Pro Wrestling:

“I didn’t shed one tear when I left TNA. I was very emotional when I left New Japan. I have nothing but respect for NJPW, and that the opportunity to work for them helped me decide to leave TNA Wrestling.”

8. When Will Triple H Retire?

During a recent interview with Muscle & Fitness, 14 time World Champion Triple H was asked when he plans to retire from in-ring action in WWE. Below is the question & Triple H’s answer:

You’re 46 years old, still in fantastic shape, and the fans love watching you perform. When will you hang up your wrestling boots?

“I think about that. I don’t want to be doing this just to do it. In the past several years there have been opportunities that have presented themselves. It all depends on the year. If you ask me right now about next year, I’m not even thinking about next year.”

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