– On tonight’s episode of SmackDown Live, WWE Champion “The Modern Day Maharaja” Jinder Mahal will reveal a big news, he’ll reveal his plans for Survivor Series 2017. Below is what WWE posted about this:
– During a recent appearance on the Matt Riviera Show, Dave Palumbo (who is Triple H’s nutritionist) revealed loopholes in WWE’s Wellness Policy. He noted that WWE wrestlers are allowed to take hormones (getting a prescription from a doctor) and it can be Human Growth Hormone (HGH) as well:
Also on SmackDown Live, Bobby Roode will face Dolph Ziggler in a Hell in a Cell rematch, United States Champion Baron Corbin will be in action and Sami Zayn will open the show. Below is what WWE posted about Zayn opening the show:
After defeating Shinsuke Nakamura to retain his WWE Championship at WWE Hell in a Cell, Jinder Mahal returned to his homeland of India as a conquering hero to promote WWE’s December tour there. Now back on SmackDown LIVE, The Modern Day Maharaja is planning to reveal some big news for his plans at Survivor Series on Sunday, Nov. 19. What does the WWE Champion have in store for the 30th anniversary of WWE’s Thanksgiving time tradition?
Sami Zayn left the WWE Universe in utter shock last week, first pulling Kevin Owens out of the way of Shane McMahon’s leap off the top of Hell in a Cell, then showing no remorse for his actions and embracing his once-estranged best friend on the blue brand. Zayn’s sudden change of heart has left WWE fans with even more questions, and WWE.com has learned that Sami will address the WWE Universe at the start of SmackDown LIVE at 8/7 C on USA Network. What will he have to say?Below is the promo for tonight’s SmackDown Live:
“The good thing about wrestling is it’s not a professional sport per se, it’s for entertainment. So they’re allowed to take hormones. Those are acceptable, you know? A lot of the wrestlers use hormones.”When asked if Triple H and some other WWE wrestler take steroids, below is what Dave said:
“No they can’t do it – believe me I’m sure he would love to do it.”