Randy Orton On Break After Survivor Series
Randy Orton is expected to take some short time off following Sunday’s Survivor Series as he and wife Kim are expecting their first child together. It will be interesting to see if this plays in to the storyline with the Wyatts.
Shane Dances At NXT
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Shane McMahon and Mean Street Posse alumni Pete Gas were ringside at yesterday’s NXT house show, at The Theatre in Madison Square Garden. At one point the SmackDown commissioner danced with No Way Jose:
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November 16, 2016, NXT Results
– The much hyped return to NXT last night was none other than The Drifter Elias Samson:
– Billie Kay interfered in a match between Liv Morgan and Peyton Royce, leading to Aliyah and Ember Moon coming to Morgan’s aid. Later the trio called on Royce and Kay to find a third partner:
– Andrade “Cien” Almas def. Cedric Alexander:
Samoa Joe Made Right Decision
Samoa Joe discussed his decision to come to NXT in a recent interview with AM New York:
I knew NXT was really, really gaining a lot of steam, it was kind of exploding and making kind of this tremendous impact on the industry in general. To be there and help further that movement and further that expansion was very, very interesting to me. I’ve had the pleasure of being on the forefront of new brands expanding the industry and building things from scratch and from the ground up, and NXT is very much the same environment. It’s a really awesome environment to work in. You get this crazy opportunity to be on the ground floor of something and really establish it, and make it a bigger presence in the industry. It’s just fun, man. There’s a revolutionary energy behind it and it’s really invigorating for me as well as NXT.
He also discussed performing in New York:
I think it means something to anybody, having the ability to perform in New York City. It has some of the most famous venues in the world and it goes back to pop culture attitudes — if you can make it there, you can make it anywhere. New York crowds, especially for WWE, have classically been some of the hottest crowds that WWE enjoys. … Any opportunity to get back to New York and wrestle there, it’s always special.