Wrestling fans were shocked when WWE announced earlier this year that former WCW Champion and TNA founder Jeff Jarrett will be inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame this year. Jarrett’s Hall of Fame induction on April 6th will officially mark his first appearance on a WWE stage in decades. Who better to induct welcome Jarrett back to WWE than his former accomplice Road Dogg. Jarrett and Road Dogg (then known as The Roadie) worked on-screen together in WWE back in the mid-90s. Now that Road Dogg and Jeff Jarrett will reunite at the Hall of Fame, will fans be in for a rendition of “With My Baby Tonight?” We will all find out at the ceremony in two weeks.
BREAKING: @WWERoadDogg will induct @RealJeffJarrett into the @WWE Hall of Fame Class of 2018! #WWEHOF https://t.co/ixOe3uukN1
— WWE (@WWE) March 27, 2018
WrestleMania plans are currently up in the air at the moment due to Shane McMahon being suddenly hospitalized with a bout of acute diverticulitis. The former Commissioner of Smackdown commented on his hospital stay on Twitter with some optimistic words regarding his health. The Wrestling Observer has revealed that McMahon’s injury is legitimate and not part of any kind of storyline. It looked like McMahon was set to team up with Daniel Bryan to face Sami Zayn and Kevin Owens at WrestleMania this year, but those plans are now in jeopardy. Expect to see McMahon’s health addressed on tonight’s Smackdown and for a possible replacement partner for Daniel Bryan to be named as well.
Thank you everyone for the get well wishes. It truly helps. Im healing up, and I have the best medicine in the world with me.
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On last night’s edition of Monday Night Raw, Stephanie McMahon commented that she is not afraid to face the formerly undefeated MMA star at WrestleMania. Eager to hand McMahon a loss at WrestleMania, Ronda Rousey is now back at the WWE Performance Center training for the upcoming match. A new video posted on WWE’s YouTube channel shows Rousey’s training in great detail, and it was also revealed that Rousey has been training at the Performance Center in Orland for four consecutive hours. With that amount of determination, it seems like Rousey will definitely be ready to make her in-ring debut at “The Grandest Stage of Them All” on April 8th.