Fight-Size Wrestling Update: Reactions To KO's Rampage, GFW Preview, Wrestling Pioneer Passes Away, More

Here is your Fight-Size Wrestling Update for September 14!

- Above, you can see Cathy Kelley examining the reaction to Kevin Owens attack on Vince McMahon.

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- Tonight on GFW:

- Wrestling legend Otto Wanz has passed away at the age of 74. The former AWA World Champion was one of the few wrestlers to bodyslam both Yokozuna and Andre the Giant. After retirement, he was a famous promoter in Germany and Austria, and Arnold Schwarzengger even credits Wanz as an influence. No cause of death has been given, only that it was a "short, serious illness." You can watch Wanz take on a pre-Razor Ramon version of Scott Hall below.

- Check out Daniel Bryan meditating his way through a labor pain simulator from last night's episode of Total Bellas.

- Neither John Cena or Brock Lesnar are scheduled for this Monday's go-home RAW before No Mercy, which means no duelling promo where Roman calls Cena a b-word and no Brock getting pummeled by Braun. Boo.

- But it is official now that AJ Styles will be defending the US Title against Baron Corbin on Tuesday's SmackDown.

- Dolph Ziggler really hates that he was in the Spirit Squad.

- The New Day helped Hawaii head football coach Nick Rolovich give a full scholarship to a walk on Quarterback after their match last night. (If you look closely, you can see Kofi Kingston limping around the ring, barely able to put weight on the injured leg we reported on earlier today.)

- Emma returned to her hometown of Melbourne, Australia for a Live Event earlier today, and you can tell it was really special for her.

- The WWE has created a fake yearbook at their website. Because why not.

- In this clip from the new WWE Network Collection, you can watch Sting talk about his early career.

- Jim Cornette said on his radio show that he will be at the post-Bound For Glory GFW tapings in November, and is open to continue working with the company as long as they will have them.

- Liv Morgan seems to think she's next in line for the NXT Women's Title.

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