Here are the notes and news items from the week in pro wrestling: There were updates on “injuries” to The Miz and C.M. Punk after they were hurt on Monday night’s episode of “Raw.”
From WWE.com, according to Dr. Chris Amann.
The Miz: “We did evaluate (Miz) in the training room and everything appeared to look OK,” said Amann. “He had some bruising around the jawbone; I expect him to be pretty sore, but it doesn’t appear as though there’s any major damage.”
On Punk: “Punk, as you saw, went through a table and landed on the concrete. He suffered multiple bruises and scrapes on his back,” said Amann. “We advised him to get additional treatment, including some X-rays, but he refused, so we’re going to follow up with him tomorrow, see how he feels and re-evaluate him then.”
• Sting said that nostalgia is a main force in keeping wrestlers such as him and Hulk Hogan on television.
“Nostalgia is a big thing, I’ve learned that in this business,” Sting said in an interview with THV-11 in Arkansas. “It’s like a Hulk Hogan, they do not want to see Hulk disappear or go away. I’m the generation after him and so it seems to be the same kind of deal.”
• TNA’s roster is a little lighter. Mr. Anderson and Mickie James left the company recently after their contracts expired.
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Steve Austin beat The Rock in a no-disqualification match.
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