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– WWE Hall of Famer Superstar Billy Graham, 68, was hospitalized Monday in Phoenix, Arizona for pneumonia. He is on antibiotics and in stable condition.

“Billy had a bad cough last night when I spoke to him,” said his agent Scott Epstein. “He said he also had a low grade fever and was going to go to the ER as a precaution. Valerie (his wife) called me this morning to tell me he was admitted. She will update me later this evening.”

— Matches taped Monday in Liverpool, England for this week’s episode of WWE Superstars are as follows:

* Alex Riley vs. Michael McGillicutty

* Curt Hawkins vs. Justin Gabriel

— Jey Uso and Jimmy Uso beat Derrick Bateman and Trent Barreta in a dark match at tonight’s tapings in Liverpool, England.

sources: 1Wrestling.com, ProWrestling.net

  • venom

    Just get rid of NXT it has been down to 3 guys for the last 5 months.

  • CC

    @scsa852k The point of shows like Superstars and NXT is like they were doing with ECW in the end, using them to see if they can get guys over and maybe repackage them.
    Just because you find them boring now, is the whole point of taking them off the main shows and seeing if they can do something with them to make them not bore you.
    Although to be fair, who cares whether they bore you anyway, I guess you’d rather just watch Cena & Orton for the next 50 years.

    As for Bateman, what has he got to do with the list you mentioned seeing as he has never been a main roster guy, just a member of the NXT roster. Most of the guys on NXT are far from fully developed, so have a ways to go before they are main roster guys.

  • ironcross

    When will it be time for Y2J to party

  • SpudimusPrime89

    That had nothing to do with this article.

  • scsa852k

    Riley, McGillicutty, Hawkins, Gabriel, Usos, Barreta, Bateman…

    Future of WWE? Yawn..

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