– To put a rumor to rest, Edge is not under contract to WWE in any matter—not even a “Legends” deal. He is only scheduled to appear for House of Hardcore’s debut event on Saturday, October 6 in Poughkeepsie, New York (information), and the following day in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (at Dave and Busters restaurant located at 325 North Columbus Boulevard) for an autograph signing with Tommy Dreamer. According to PWInsider.com, the WWE Hall of Famer is very content to sit at home and relax after retiring from the squared circle.
– Smith Hart, brother of WWE Hall of Famer Bret Hart, weighed in on Kevin Nash’s remarks dismissing Chris Benoit and Eddie Guerrero as world champions due to their relatively small stature. He tweeted, “I can understand where Kevin Nash is coming from, but I wonder where Shawn Michaels and X-pac fit into his theory.”
Former WWE Superstar Lance Storm added, “Everyone flipping out over what Kevin Nash said are being worked. Nash says thing to get people talking, he is a very smart worker. Someone saying something doesn’t make it true, so relax and quit being pavlovion dogs. Have faith in your own observations. If a tree falls in the forest… Or better yet “If a remark is made and no one reacts, does anyone care? #NotWorthTheEnergy.”
– According to WrestlingFigs.com, former WWE Superstar Matt Hardy will appear at Body Designs 1755 Sunrise Highway Bay Shore, New York on Friday, August 17 from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m.