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WWE News: Injured Superstar Gets One Step Closer To Ring Return

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Fandango is nearing closer to getting cleared for a ring return!

It’s no secret that the WWE’s Monday Night RAW roster has been hit hard with injuries in recent months and even more so, the last handful of weeks with the likes of Kevin Owens, Roman Reigns, Braun Strowman, Alexa Bliss and others all being shelved with varying issues.





While it looks like Braun Strowman and possibly Alexa Bliss could be back sooner rather than later (see the latest on Alexa here), another injured WWE Superstar has flown under the radar a little with regards to updates on his status. If you remember, Fandango was forced to undergo surgery for a torn labrum back in July (see the story here) with the expectation he would be out of action for approximately six months. While we’re now at roughly five months out, we have an indication that his return to the red brand could be just around the corner.

According to PWInsider, Fandango has been down at the WWE Performance Center in Orlando for the last few days working out. Of course, if you’ve followed along with the general path for Superstars returning from an injury, getting back into shape at the Performance Center is always among the last steps before gaining clearance. It should be noted that there is no definitive timetable for Fandango’s return to television or the road at this time.

EA’s Take: If you’re a proponent of getting RAW’s Tag Team Division back on track, this is good news. Of course, that’s assuming WWE puts Fandango back with Tyler Breeze, which I can’t imagine why they wouldn’t. It’s not like Breeze is doing much of anything other than showing up at NXT. Remember how hot Breezango got with the Fashion Files? It’s borderline mind boggling to me that we didn’t see any of that on RAW since they were moved during the Superstar Shakeup. Regardless, if WWE can go back to giving us some of that on Monday nights, I think Breezango could get enough momentum to at least be players in a Tag Team Division that seemingly has none right now.





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ROH News: Two Matches Added For Road To G1 Supercard Houston, Updated Card

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Ring Of Honor has added two more matches to this weekend’s Road To G1 Supercard in Houston!

Although a lot of wrestling fans are focused on the upcoming weekend with WWE bringing us NXT TakeOver: Phoenix on Saturday followed by Royal Rumble on Sunday, Ring Of Honor will also be in action for three shows in Texas with the Road To G1 Supercard.

The first stop will come this Thursday in Dallas (see the latest card here), which will be followed up the next night with another event in Houston. Already announced for the Houston event are three matches in the First Round of Tag Wars and today, ROH has added two more contests outside of the tournament. First, a big 8-Man Tag will see LiveBlood’s Juice Robinson, David Finlay, Mark Haskins and Tracy Williams square-off against ROH World Tag Team Champions The Briscoes, Shane Taylor and Silas Young.

On top of that, Villain Enterprises will be in 6-Man Tag Team action as they face New Japan Pro Wrestling Young Lions Alex Coughlin, Clark Connors and Karl Fredericks. Here’s a look at the updated lineup for Road To G1 Supercard Houston, which will stream live on HonorClub:

8-Man Tag Team Match
LifeBlood (Juice Robinson, David Finlay, Mark Haskins & Tracy Williams) vs.
ROH World Tag Team Champions The Briscoes, Silas Young & Shane Taylor

6-Man Tag Team Match
Alex Coughlin, Karl Fredericks & Clark Connors vs.
Villain Enterprises (Marty Scurll, PCO & Brody King)

Tag Wars – First Round
Colt Cabana & Willie Mack vs. Kenny King & TBA

Tag Wars – First Round
The Bouncers (Beer City Bruiser & Brian Milonas) vs. The Boys

Tag Wars – First Round
The Shinobi Shadow Squad (Cheeseburger & Eli Isom) vs. Coast 2 Coast (LSG & Shaheem Ali)


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WWE News: Update On Goldust’s Recovery From Knee Surgeries

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Goldust provides an update on his recovery!

It’s been a number of months now since the last time the WWE Universe saw Dustin Runnels, of course better known as WWE Superstar ‘The Bizarre One’ Goldust.

Runnels, who just celebrated the thirty year anniversary of his professional wrestling debut this past September, has been out of action since the Summer after undergoing surgery on both of his knees. While there has recently been some speculation that perhaps the three-time Intercontinental Champion may look to make his way to All Elite Wrestling where his brother Cody is the Executive Vice President, it appears as if he’s much closer to a WWE return.

In speaking with WrestlingInc’s WINCLY podcast, Goldust revealed he was set for an evaluation this week and expects to be fully cleared:

“Wednesday at the Performance Center is my next evaluation and I believe we’re gonna probably get me cleared that day. So I’m hoping. They put stem cells in both knees and my knees feel a lot better. I’m feeling pretty good.”

Prior to his surgery, there had been rumors that Goldust may be hanging the boots up for good, but of course we now know that was nothing more than just rumor.


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