WWE Superstars’ New Year's Resolutions, Kane Mourns Jon Huber | Fight-Size Update

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Here is your fight-size update for Tuesday, December 29th, 2020:

- WWE put out a new episode of Pop Question where Superstars answer what their personal New Year's resolution is.

- Social media trolls really should not mess with Mustafa Ali and the members of RETRIBUTION.

- Kane recently spoke with Tom Prichard about the passing of Brodie Lee (via Two Man Power-Trip Podcast) transcription credit courtesy of Andrew Thompson of POST Wrestling

"Yeah, I was shocked. Friend of mine texted me and told me and I was like, ‘There’s no way’ and Jon, he was a very good guy. He was a sweetheart, just a good person. 2020 has been an awful year. First Pat Patterson recently passed away, so it’s just been… it’s been a terrible year and this added to it. Like I said, Jon was just a great guy, had a wonderful family and I don’t know what else to say."

- Simone Johnson is ready to call Child Protective Services on Johnny and Candice Wrestling after discovering a new kitchen utensil preference of Indi Hartwell.

- Big E, who has continuously shared loving stories of Jon Huber since his passing, shared a text message he received from Huber continuing his long-standing “rivalry” with women's wrestlers.

- According to a report by Mike Johnson of PWInsider.com, Low Ki’s injury in the Opera Cup finals against Tom Lawlor was a storyline to help keep Low Ki strong but also having the injury being the key to his loss alongside a heel getting a sneaky win.

- ROH will host a Facebook Q&A session with Matt Taven tomorrow night.

- Ryan Nemeth shared a passage that Brodie Lee wrote as part of his fitness book.

- WWE stock today closed at $48.17 a share

-The Mountie, Jacques Rougeau recently spoke to Sportskeeda and complemented Hulk Hogan, saying that he enjoyed working with the chant longtime WWF Champion:

"When I was talking last week about Andre The Giant, being honest that he wasn't the greatest worker, a lot of people said that about Hulk (Hogan) too. But, I'll tell you what, I worked with Hulk - I really enjoyed working with Hulk. And the matches that I saw with Kamala and Bundy - Hulk sold good. I liked the way... Hulk was getting hurt in the ring but never getting beaten. He was always getting hurt but never beaten. So you always had hope in Hulk," said Jacques Rogueau.

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