The cyclical nature of professional wrestling is, at times, extremely beautiful.
Kaitlyn insults AJ multiple times. AJ responds with an insult of her own. Kaitlyn attacks AJ from behind. Kaitlyn’s the face?
@WWEAJLee: This must be what normal kids feel like on Christmas morning. My child-like crying was caught on film.
Please happen today. #minnesota #minnesotansunited
I watched a grand total of 29 episodes of The Office.
I’m all caught up, just in time for the series finale.
I’m incredibly sad about the fact that The Office is ending…and I don’t know if I’ll be able to handle all the feels.
This show is so important to me, in a very special way…and it’s hard to believe it’s ending.
I haven’t quite fully grasped it yet. Watching A.A.R.M., I cried at the Jim/Pam parts, and at the end, because I realized it is ending…and it’s just sad.
I’m so not ready for Thursday. :(
World Heavyweight Champion Dolph Ziggler suffered a concussion at Tuesday night’s SmackDown taping at N.C. State when he interfered in Big E Langston’s bout with Jack Swagger. According to WWE physician Dr. Michael Sampson, Ziggler was injured during the early part of the fracas after a blow to the face. A post-match examination by WWE medical staff confirmed the injury.
“He [was] having some memory difficulties and a bit of a headache … he definitely has a concussion,” said Sampson. “We’re checking him out, and going to be doing neuropsychological testing and just keep it monitored.”
Though clinically Ziggler’s concussion was confirmed, the tests – which should yield results within the next couple of days – will provide WWE medical officials with a “baseline” from which to monitor The Showoff’s clinical and neuropsychological progress as time passes.
Check back with WWE.com for more updates on Ziggler’s condition.