Good morning! Here's your first morning update for December 15:
- The three men who stopped a terrorist attack on a train in Paris back in 2015 - Anthony Sadler, Alex Skarlatos and Spencer Stone - share their story with WWE about what happened that day:
- Wally Yamaguchi, famously known for his short run with the Kaientai stable during the Monday Night Wars, suffered a stroke on Wednesday and the prognosis is not good, as he is currently in a coma. Beyond the short WWF on-air run he also a key influential figure within the Japanese magazine industry as well as one of the people who helped found Frontier Martial Arts Wrestling (FMW).
- AJ Styles talks about competing for the US military:
- Aro Lucha will have their next event on January 20.
- Tetsuya Naito had a press conference on being the 2017 MVP Tokyo Sports Award:
- Lucha Underground talent has been told to cancel indie dates for weekends starting in mid-February, according to the Wrestling Observer. The current plan is to tape from 2/16 and may also be taping on 2/24. With the lower budget, they’ll be looking to do a taping schedule similar to Impact’s.
- The Shield were proud to compete for the Armed Forces:
- Drew McIntyre is on the road to recovery:
- House of Hardcore will crown their first television champion in a tournament that begins on January 26. The main event will be NWA champion Nick Aldis and Joey Mercury (with Shane Douglas in their corner) vs. Tommy Dreamer and a mystery partner, with a mystery person in their corner.
- Macaulay Culkin was at Bar Wrestling last night in Los Angeles, and even used Home Alone tactics to help someone win a match:
- Mojo Rawley has a message for Zack Ryder heading into Clash of Champions:
The Usos and The New Day celebrate at Tribute to the Troops: