Fight Size Update: Lucha Underground Easing Contract Restrictions, Ric Flair Sues Management, Impact Viewership And More!

Good afternoon! Here is another Fight Size Update for November 17:

- PWInsider reported that going forward, they will ease contracts so that talent can perform for other promotions while Lucha Underground isn’t taping. This has been more visible recently with the likes of Johnny Impact appearing on Impact and Sami Callihan and Jeff Cobb competing in New Japan’s World Tag League.

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- Today is Katsuyori Shibata’s 38th birthday, so happy birthday to him.

- Last night's episode of Impact scored 272,000 viewers, which is up from last week's 250,000 viewers.

- Ric Flair is suing his former management, Legacy Talent and Entertainment) for money he claims he didn’t receive from his 30 for 30 documentary. He was supposed to get $25,000 but it went to his management group instead, and never got the funds. There was also a endorsement deal with a group called Jake’s Fireworks that gave him $12,000 that he also never got from the company. Legacy says they used it on legal fees, but Flair says he never gave them authorization to do that.

- The Miz was on TRL recently:

- Stephanie McMahon speaks to the people of Peru ahead of Smackdown going there on November 30:

- WWE Superstars, including Sting, will be on Walk The Prank tomorrow:

- Ken Anderson is now doing actual ring announcing:

 

He's good! It's as if he's done this before ------

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- Unseen footage of Raw invading Smackdown:

- Bill Apter chats with Scott Norton:

- Miz recalls his match at Survivor Series 2011, with him and R-Truth facing John Cena and The Rock:

 

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