Scott Hall Off The Wagon? Gable Injured? Barrett Not Going To ROH

Scott Hall Kicked Out of Airport Bar

WWE Hall of Famer Scott Hall was asked to leave an airport bar on Friday after making inappropriate comments to a bartender. The 57 year old was reportedly drunk and hitting on the young female at TGI Friday’s in the Atlanta airport. When she rejected his advances, onlookers say he called her a “bitch” and got in to it with a man claiming to be her father. Airport police managed to calm the situation and Hall left without further incident.

Hall’s issues with alcoholism are well known and featured on WWE’s recent “Living On A Razor’s Edge” documentary. Unlike Jake Roberts, Hall has never claimed to be aiming for full sobriety and has been seeing therapists to try and get to the underlying problem.

American Alpha Off Backlash

American Alpha’s Chad Gable was “injured” by The Usos in storyline on last night’s SmackDown Live and therefore won’t be at Backlash. On Talking Smack Shane McMahon said he suffered a sprained MCL and would need 2-4 weeks off.

It’s not believed that he has a real injury that’s being covered by the storyline.

Now the Hype Bro will face The Usos and the winners will go on to face Rhyno and Heath Slater later on the show for the championships.

Wade Barrett Rumor Killer

Prince Nana Tweeted a photo with Wade Barrett yesterday, seemingly hinting that the former WWE star was headed to ROH. Turns out Barrett was meeting entertainment manager Bob Aurélio, who also happens to represent Nana. It has nothing to do with ROH.

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