Fight Size Update: Kenny Omega Dealing With Injury, Alex Shelley Career Update, Abyss Re-Signs With Impact Wrestling

This is the Fight Size Update for the evening of July 24th.

- Pro Wrestling Unlimited previews this week's Smackdown in the video at the top of this page.

- A new Retro Review of TNA Unbreakable that will be available to Fightful Wrestling subscribers soon as well as new clip from an interview with Matt Riddle.

- Alexa Bliss calls Ronda Rousey a "rookie" in this video.

- Alex Shelley tweeted the following which had some speculate about his wrestling future. According to Wrestling Observer he is focused on school following a serious injury but his career has not ended yet.

- PWX released this video as an update to their Crockett Cup which is currently going on.

- According to PWInsider, Jason Jordan has not been cleared to wrestle following his neck injury.

- In the latest episode of Being the Elite, Kenny Omega revealed he may have a fractured ankle but he is still competing in the G1 Climax.

- Becky Lynch is amazed by the progress of women's wrestling since she signed with WWE.

- As reported by Fightful's Sean Ross Sapp, Abyss has re-signed with Impact Wrestling. He has been an in-ring talent and a backstage contributor recently.

- Mickie James tweeted that she wants one more match against Trish Stratus at Evolution. Stratus has been confirmed for the event in October.

- Kurt Angle describes what the Evolution pay-per-view means in the following video.

- Liv Morgan tweeted this video of her answering a question about an all women pay-per-view while she was on the WWE European tour.

-Impact Wrestling is planning a co-promoted event with a promotion called AML which will air on their Twitch channel on Sunday.

- Carmella is excited for Evolution which is the next "first" in a long line of firsts which she has participated.

- 2K Games President David Ismailer told that the company will be investing more into the WWE video games.

- Several wrestlers are seen in this video as they are scanned for their action figure models.

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