Paul Heyman has confirmed he will not appear at WWE Clash at the Castle with Roman Reigns and The Bloodline, as seen in a post below.
Heymam seems to comfirm Roman will be alone for clash
No usos no Heyman pic.twitter.com/GxnFgOKtIq
— Xero News (@NewsXero) September 1, 2022
While Heyman remains away from WWE, another big name backstage is returning.
A confirmation has arrived that Ryan Katz will be returning to WWE. Before launching the “Oh You Didn’t Know” podcast with Road Dogg, Katz was the Creative Producer in NXT under Triple H. He was released in January of this year after working for the company for 9 years. At the start of the latest “Oh You Didn’t Know” podcast, he noted that he is coming back to WWE.
Road Dogg said:
“We both got released on the same day not too long ago and I guess people have figured out by now, that you are returning to World Wrestling Entertainment.”
Katz added that he is not sure what he is doing and he hasn’t responded to any of the internet rumors because he’s not sure yet about anything.
Road Dogg shares a hilarious story of CM Punk
This week’s show was co-hosted by Casio Kid and it was an “Ask Dogg Anything” show where he answered fan questions. Road Dogg told the story of a time where CM Punk pooped himself in a match:
“I think CM Punk was working with like Ambrose or somebody on TV and Punk lost control and it got over the mat and it got all over. Then they started doing a submission hold where he was trying to push his face toward the poop on the mat.”
Speaking about CM Punk, he recently dropped the AEW World Championship. On the last week’s edition of AEW Dynamite, Punk faced Jon Moxley in an AEW World Championship Unification match. Within minutes Moxley pinned Punk to become the Undisputed AEW World Champion and it came upon as a huge shocker after the match abruptly ended. During the match, Punk threw a kick and ended up injuring his foot. The former Shield member took advantage of the situation and applied two Death Riders to seal the win.
Punk will have another shot at the title at AEW All Out on Sunday, September 4.