Fight Size Wrestling Update: Announcer Annihilation, Woods & Kofi Superbowl Reactions, Tajiri Injury Status, NFL Player's Tryout Video, The Rock & Batista In Superbowl Trailers, More!

This is your Fight Size Wrestling Update for February 6th!

* WWE released a video the Top 10 Times Announcers Caught A Beat-Down. You can watch it above:

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* NXT will be taping at Full Sail Arena on April 5th, the Wednesday after Wrestlemania Weekend.

* Xavier Woods' UpUpDwnDwn YouTube channel broadcast a livestream of he and Kofi Kingston watching the SuperBowl. Woods is an Atlanta Falcons fan, Kofi roots for the New England Patriots. As the Falcons collapsed in the second half and the Patriots were mounting the greatest comeback in Superbowl history, the antics of Kofi Kingston reached a fever pitch. You can watch the some highlights below:

* Tajiri is apparently recovered from his minor knee injury, is backstage at Raw, and ready to get back on the road.

* Former University of Washington Quarterback Isaiah Stanback, who also played for several teams in the NFL, was among those who tried out at the WWE Performance Center Last Week. The WWE tweeted out this video of him discussing his experience:

* Here are the two trailers from the Superbowl for movies starring The Rock.

First, The Fast and the Furious 8:

And of course, Baywatch:

* Not to be outdone, Batista also stars in a movie that had a trailer premiere during the Superbowl, Guardians of the Galaxy Volume 2:

* WWE has added every episode of SmackDown from 2008 to 2009 to the WWE Network.

* Check out Anna Bauert's latest hilarious episode of WWE's Most Ridiculous:

* You can watch the latest episode of the Matt Riddle "BroCast" below:

* And finally, take a gander at the most recent edition of the Fightful Wrestling Podcast co-starring Shane Helms, where he talks about the original WWE brand split.

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