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John Morrison To Wrestle Match In The United States, Injury Update On Layla, Randy Orton Says He Needs To Work On His Promos, J.R. Scouting Amateurs , The Undertaker & Kane In Masks, More

January 30, 2012   ·   0 Comments

 John Morrison and Melina are advertised to wrestle for Northeast Wrestling in March.

Morrison will take on Finlay in his first match in the United States since parting ways with WWE on March 23 at the Mid Hudson Civic Center in Poughkeepsie, New York. He is also advertised to compete the following night at Crosby High School in Waterbury, Connecticut. Meanwhile, Melina’s opponents have not been determined. She is advertised as “will be in action.”

Both Morrison and Melina will be taking part in autograph signings prior to both shows. Visit www.northeastwrestling.com for event details.

— Layla and WWE Hall of Famer Sgt. Slaughter appeared on WQAM in Miami, Florida Friday promoting WrestleMania. Layla, who has been sidelined since May due to tears of both her Anterior cruciate and Medial collateral ligaments, said she expects to return to the squared circle in time for the event. She also said she hopes the Miami Heat Dancers perform at WrestleMania, in which case she can appear as a guest dancer, but that she’ll probably be wrestling instead.

A recap of the interview is available here.

– Jim Ross stated Sunday on Twitter that he is scouting prospective talent at today’s amateur wrestling meet between the University of Oklahoma and Lehigh University.

— WrestlingFigs.com says Bryan Clark has been added to Legends of Wrestling 14, which takes place Saturday, June 2, 2012 at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Monroe, New Jersey.

— The February 2012 issue of WWE Magazine features an interview with Randy Orton and he is asked if his career is lacking anything. He says promos.

“I can cut a better promo. I don’t know if I’ll ever be a guy who goes out there like John Cena and get away with telling jokes and then bring it back around to being serious. I honestly don’t know if I have that much range. It’s not me, but that’s not a problem,” he says.

“I definitely could be better on the stick, though. Is it affecting me in a negative way? I don’t think so. Other than Cena, there’s no one on the roster who’s been champ as many times as I have.”

— One of the most unique and memorable wrestlers in WWE history, Jake “The Snake” Roberts, is among the most glaring omissions from the WWE Hall of Fame. Roberts commented recently on Facebook on whether his exclusion from WWE’s gallery of greats concerns him.

He wrote, “My real opinion of this, is I can’t let it rule my life. I appreciate the fan support, every bit as much as I SHOULD. But the HOF isn’t going to make or break my day..I have other things to concern myself with. Its not conceit, its not apathy. Its reality.”

— The Rock is featured on the cover of the latest issue of the Mexican wrestling magazine Super Luchas. He participated in an interview with the magazine while touring Mexico recently to promote Journey 2: The Mysterious Island.

— WWE.com has published a photo gallery of The Undertaker and Kane wearing masks. WWE.com asks “Which masked Brother of Destruction is more frightening, The Undertaker or Kane?”

The Undertaker wore a mask in 1995 and 1996 after suffering a broken orbital bone during a match against King Mabel (a/k/a Viscera, Big Daddy V).

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