Here's your Fight Size wrestling Update for the evening of September 9th, 2018.
- Former 8-time WWE Hardcore Champion Justin Credible was recently arrested for the second time in the span of thirty days. Credible was detained for violating a restraining order that was issued against him in August. It has been confirmed to WrestlingINC by David Gere who is one of the producers of the 'CREDIBLE' documentary which is about the rise, fall and "rebirth" of Justin Credible, that Credible has been released from jail. Justin Credible was being held on a $50,000 bond and was bailed out by Gere. After being released from jail, Credible, real name Peter Polaco had the following message he wanted to share:
"I just came out of there," Polaco said. "That's a place I don't want to be. For all the fans that have supported me, trust me, I've been in this business for 25 years and 45 years of my entire fu****g life, not to go out like this. Not for you, not for me, not for anything, I will not let you down. I swear to Christ as I stand here today, I will not go back there ever again." He said.
- Shane "Hurricane" Helms and Lance Storm reflected on the four year anniversary of pro wrestler Sean O'Haire committing suicide.
- Raymond Rowe and "Warbeard" Hanson recently took to Twitter to thank Hiroshi Tanahashi, Hiroyoshi Tenzan and Satoshi Kojima for being mentors to them while they competed in Japan.
- SmackDown Live GM Paige is sporting a new haircut:
- WWE uploaded a new video to their YouTube channel which was Daniel Bryan and Randy Orton's WWE Championship Hell In A Cell match from 2013. The match was held at the 'Hell In A Cell' PPV and WWE Hall Of Famer Shawn Michaels was the Special Guest Referee for the bout.
- WWE posted a graphic on their social media pages asking the question of who has the better armbar between Alexa Bliss and RAW Women's Champion Ronda Rousey.
- A new episode of the WWE Network show 'WWE Story Time' will air on the network tomorrow following RAW. Here's the synopsis for the show:
“This collection of stories includes WWE Superstars and Legends recalling their first step into unchartered waters, including Dolph Ziggler’s early character struggles, Jake Roberts’ problems with nationally televised broadcasts, and Cesaro’s debut in a dive bar. These tales shed some light on rough first days and not-so-nice new beginnings, from Chris Jericho’s first night in Madison Square Garden, to Paul Heyman’s early days riding with Rick Rude!”
- 'SCU' member Scorpio Sky took to Twitter to tell CM Punk that 'All In' was an event that would have rejuvenated Punk's interest in professional wrestling.
Some took the tweet as though Scorpio Sky was taking a shot at both WWE and CM Punk but Scorpio cleared the smoke with the following: