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Shane McMahon’s Money In The Pot
Shane McMahon is like his dad in so many ways,
a regular chip of the old block.
Him and Vince both have impressive physiques
for their age.
They’re both absolute lunatics in the ring.
And they both like to insert themselves into
main event feuds.
Sadly, however, they both seem to fail in
business ventures outside of professional
Following in his father’s illustrious footprints
of defunct football league the XFL and defunct
bodybuilding federation the WBF, The New York
Daily News reports Shane’s currently in
damage control for his own failed venture.
The Smackdown Commissioner reportedly invested
half a million dollars in EnviroGrow – a company
that sells domestic units for growing marijuana.
I always knew Shane liked to get high…and
jump off things.
He’s since found, though, that EnviroGrow’s
manufacturing plant is “virtually nonexistent”
and he’s suing the company to get his money
Until a decision is reached, he’ll have
to take out his frustrations on Kevin Owens
at Hell in a Cell.
But what might KO’s future hold after this
Kevin Owens To WWE Raw?
According to Bryan Alvarez on Wrestling Observer
Live, WWE has multiple plans for the outcome
of Shane vs Owens at Hell in a Cell – one
of which being a way to trade KO to Raw after
Ringside News have since pointed out that
the October 16th TV episode of Raw, two Mondays
after October 8th’s Hell in a Cell pay-per-view,
is advertising KO for the show.
While this could be a confused social media
manager for the venue’s Twitter account,
it could also reveal that Owens is actually
scheduled for a Raw move.
Possibly unrelated, but also kind of relevant,
is the opening of last night’s episode of
Raw, which began with a moment’s silence
for all those who lost their lives in the
Las Vegas shooting.
Amongst those on the stage stood Shane McMahon.
Dave Meltzer pointed out on Wrestling Observer
Radio that this coincides with Kevin Owens
missing last night’s Smackdown house show
in Colorado – after working both Smackdown
live events over the weekend.
Meltzer speculated this could be because the
two were training at Raw ahead of their pay-per-view
match this Sunday.
As Shane’s schedule is apparently quite
hectic, this could’ve been easier than the
two working out their match at the WWE Performance
Sister Abigail Wrestler Revealed?
Also on last night’s Raw came a surprisingly
intriguing promo from Bray Wyatt – where he
teased the WWE debut of Sister Abigail in
his feud against Finn Balor.
Ever since The Wyatt Family debuted on the
main roster in 2012, Sister Abigail has been
referenced in Bray’s promos, and she even
lends her name to his finisher.
But during Wyatt’s feud with Randy Orton
earlier this year, it was revealed poor Abby
was long-dead, when The Viper rubbed her ashes
over his body.
People are into some weird s-
Going by the Twitter account of NXT wrestler
Sage Beckett, however, Sister Abigail could
be alive, well, and about to debut on the
Shortly before Raw started, Beckett tweeted
an image of fire with the words “They’re
all lies, darling” and the hashtag Raw – presumably
a reference to a line in Bray’s promo where
he says “she never lied to me, but you did.
She warned me about people like you, Finn”.
Beckett is the former Rosie Lottalove from
TNA, and has been wrestling since 2007.
She retired in 2012 due to injury, but returned
to wrestling in 2014 after losing nearly 130
She was eliminated in the first round of the
Mae Young Classic by Bianca Belair.
The Shield are reuniting!
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