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Pic: Vince McMahon Seen on Crutches, TNA’s New Logo Update, Former WWE Superstar Passes Away

– The WWE held a press conference earlier today (Tuesday, January 10, 2017) to officially announce Wrestlemania’s return to New Orleans in 2018, and Vince McMahon was spotted at the event using crutches to get around. We reported that McMahon had surgery back in September to fix a torn quad he suffered while working out. It seems the effects are still lingering:

– As we previously reported, TNA has made another logo change after being bought by Anthem Sports & Entertainment. The new logo change has not been made to their official website, however, it is now being featured on their Facebook and Twitter profiles. You can check it out here:











– Former WWE and WCW Superstar Timothy Smith (Rex King) passed away yesterday (Monday, January 9, 2017) due to complications as a result of kidney failure at the age of 55. Our condolences go out to the Smith family during these difficult times.

Rex King

RIP Timothy Smith (Rex King)

September 8, 1961 – January 9, 2017

  • oppa

    It’s a New Day, yes it is

  • Shawn OB

    It’s like a face in the middle of a pair of wings.

  • Omar

    For a person who is so uncomfortable in his skin that he loses his mind when he sneezes in public, Vince must be throwing a tantrum knowing that a pic of him with his crutches is out.

  • pitfallharry219

    So, if we’re looking at the torn quad scoreboard, it should read like this:

    Vince – 3
    Triple H – 2
    Kevin Nash – 1

  • Kayfabe_Is_Dead
  • CC

    looks even worse than I first thought .. meh

  • Killswitch

    That is part of Anthem Entertainment’s branding. Since Anthem now owns the majority shares of TNA, they added their logo to the Impact logo. It’s too bad their logo is so ugly to begin with.

  • I know I haven’t watched TNA/Impact in years (thanks to Comcast not having the channels that have carried it the past few years as part of my cable package) but I don’t quite understand the bird part of the logo. Can someone explain it to me?