New Information On Bray Wyatt’s Release

New information from Dave Meltzer would seem to indicate that Bray Wyatt’s release was a last minute decision. According to Meltzer, Wyatt (real name Windham Lawrence Rotunda) was booked to return in August, yet was released the last day of July. Meltzer said the reason given by WWE officials was budget cuts.

Bray Wyatt Released From WWE

In a shocking move, WWE announced on its Twitter account today that the company has come to terms with the release of Bray Wyatt. Wyatt has not appeared on TV since his match against Randy Orton at WrestleMania 37. His long absence has sparked theories that he might have been taking a sabbatical to grieve for his close friend and former faction partner, John Huber, also known as Luke Harper or Brodie Lee in AEW.

Message to Alt-Coin Investors: “We Scammed You Guys and You Can’t Do S**t About it”

Everyone loves an unregulated currency market. The problem with that is, from time to time, it begins to act like an unregulated currency market. With hundreds of alt-coins (alternatively referred to derisively as s**t-coins) competing with the major cryptocurrency players (Such as Bitcoin and Etherium), the markets are subjects to pump-and-dump schemes, manipulation from high-profile figures (*cough* Elon Musk *cough*) and articles spreading FUD (Fear, Uncertainty, Doubt) to scare away investors.

PayPal Outage Leaves Customers Hanging, Waiting For Funds Received

Social media blew up Thursday after a PayPal outage caused sent money to disappear. Users reported either sending money, or having money sent to them, yet the money did not reflect in the recipient’s balance even after the sender received a conversation that the money was sent.

Damian Priest and The Miz Fight Zombies at WWE Backlash

But the WWE raised a lot of eyebrows with the lumberjack match at WWE Backlash featuring Damian Priest and The Miz. During this match, in order to promote the new Army of the Dead movie starring Dave Bautista, the WWE brought out people dressed as zombies to act as the lumberjacks while the display screens, which usually show the virtual crowd, displayed a post-apocalyptic landscape.