NEWS ITEMS: Ambrose being pulled from upcoming events due to arm injury, Punk vs. Mayweather in UFC suggested, matches list released for latest WWE DVD

By Wade Keller, PWTorch editor


The Shield (art credit Joel Teach © PWTorch)

-Dean Ambrose underwent surgery on Tuesday night for a suspected torn triceps muscle. ProWrestling.net reports that he has been removed from advertising for upcoming Raw shows and the upcoming holiday tour. Whatever plans WWE had for The Shield are certainly affected by this, but at least they were able to present the Survivor Series match with The Shield in between Roman Reigns’s illness and Dean’s injury.

-WrestlingDVDNetwork.com reports today details on the Best of Raw and Smackdown 2017 match listing. It’s features “a compilation of 32 matches and segments witnessed on the two brands between January and November,” plus some flashback video packages and host segments with Charly Caruso, totaling nearly nine hours of content. Check out the full match listing and packaging art HERE.


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-C.M. Punk vs. Floyd Mayweather in UFC? CampusSports.com speculated about it on the heels of Dana White saying they are interested in bringing Floyd into UFC. “We’re interested in doing something with Floyd. Everything is a realistic possibility,” said White. “Mayweather vs. McGregor f—ing happened. Anything is possible.” Campus Sports story excerpt: “The comments from White come not long after Mayweather himself said he was offered a “four or five-fight deal” from the UFC that he claimed could earn him $1 billion. While that type of money is highly unlikely, it looks like there actually are some discussions going on. If Mayweather comes to the Octagon, who should he face? Would a grudge match with Conor McGregor make sense? How about a bout with another inexperienced superstar like CM Punk? The options are certainly intriguing, so what would you like to see?” More details at MMATorch.com including Zack Heydorn’s take on this news HERE.


NOW CHECK OUT THIS RECENT UPDATE: Raw Rating: Without Roman Reigns, and with a third hour absent any heavily hyped hook, viewership crashes (w/Keller’s Analysis)

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