Various News: Dean Malenko Undergoes Surgery + The First King Of Trios 2016 Team

Partial Source: Pwinsider

– Dean Malenko is recovering from a surgical procedure. PWInsider reports that Malenko, who is a WWE Producer, underwent the procedure about a week ago and that a number of the other producers are filling in to cover his duties during WrestleMania week.

On behalf of everyone here on the website, we send our best wishes to Malenko for a quick and full recovery.

– CHIKARA has announced the first team for the 2016 King of Trios. Team Sendai Girls will compete at the event, which takes place over Labor Day weekend in Easton, Pennsylvania.

Tickets go on sale tomorrow at 12 PM ET

100% DIRECT LINK (PHOTOS): Chris Jericho Smoking A Cigarette! WHOA – WTF?!?!

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Possible Surprise For Andre The Giant Memorial Battle Royal?

– According to Wrestling Observer Newsletter, there’s been talk within the WWE about adding Cesaro to the Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal as a surprise entrant. As noted, Cesaro had been scheduled to return during WWE’s overseas tour in April.

Cesaro has been out with a torn rotator cuff since last November.

As of now, 16 slots have been filled and 4 remain open. Other participates include: Heath Slater, Curtis Axel, Adam Rose, Bo Dallas, Big Show, Kane, Tyler Breeze, Mark Henry, Jack Swagger, Fandango, Damien Sandow, Darren Young, Konnor, Viktor, Goldust and R-Truth.

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Dean Ambrose: ‘My WrestleMania 32 Match With Brock Lesnar Is Legit Russian Roulette!’, More

Dean Ambrose spoke with FOX Sports about his match with Brock Lesnar at WrestleMania. Some highlights are below:

On staying off the shelf while working a physical style: “A lot of that just taking care of yourself and training properly. I keep myself flexible, I just compete at my normal body weight. I’m trying to carry around an extra 30 pounds, a lot of injury-prone musculature. I keep my body in its most prime, healthy state and also I’ve just been lucky. On the other hand, I’m also constantly hurt. I’ve been hurt for 10 years. It’s not like I’m not constantly dealing with a litany of injuries that I have myself. If it’s not one thing, it’s another thing but I’ve just been able to keep rolling. I’ve not had anything catastrophic happen to me. It’s a funny thing because it’s always like the crazy freak things. It’s not like ‘Oh he got hurt when he jumped off the top of the cage.’ It’s like ‘He got hurt stepping into the ring’ or ‘popped his shoulder out giving a high five’. It’s the little things you can’t plan for. It’s not anything that ever enters my mind.”

On his match with Lesnar: “It’s the most dangerous match possible. It’s the most hardcore stuff. It could be a flaming table, ladder, exploding ring, whatever stuff you can think of and I’ve been in all of them. But there’s no more dangerous match than just being in the ring with Brock Lesnar. He is so physically overwhelming and the attributes that he has — let alone against little old me. That in itself makes it a very hazardous and dangerous situation. I’ve often sought that out and you don’t understand living until you come really, really close to dying. I like to fly close to the edge, I like to play with fire. I’ve always kind of gotten off on that. Being in front of 100,000 fans is besides the point. The fact that it’s a street fight and not only am I going to have weapons in my hands, but you’re going to arm this guy? This guy that can break people in half with his bare hands? He touched me in the parking lot, barely even trying, and I went flying, careening across the parking lot. Now you’re going to arm him with weapons. That’s exciting. That’s what pumps me about it. It’s kill or be killed. It’s not every day you get to play a game of legit Russian roulette. It’s very exciting for me.”


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