Cody to Announce 'All In' Location Soon, Nia/Enzo News, Bret Hart
Wednesday, December 6, 2017
Cody Rhodes is currently in the process of planning a massive wrestling event that he calls 'All In'. The event will see Rhodes attempt to successfully fill a 10,000 seat arena for a non-WWE wrestling event. Rhodes spoke with ESPN on the matter recently, and he says that the date and location for the historic event will be announced within the next two weeks. Rhodes said, “We’ll have a date and a place within two weeks. That’s why I went ahead and commented on the original story, because it’s far enough along in the process that people need to know it’s happening. I was confident enough to say let’s do it.” Pulling of the feat will not be easy, but Cody seems confident in his abilities to make the event work. Expect the 'All In' show to be officially announced very soon.
One of the stranger segments featured on this week's edition of Raw saw Nia Jax confront Enzo Amore backstage. The segment seemingly indicated that a romance angle between the two will begin soon. Dave Meltzer revealed on Wrestling Observer Radio that the storyline is likely being done because the company wants to build up the Absolution faction on Raw for a while. The company only wants to have one dominant force in the women's division at the moment, so it appears as though the romance angle with Enzo Amore will give Nia something to do each week on television until the company is ready to emphasize her once again.
According to the Calgary Sun, Bret "The Hitman" Hart will be suing a doctor who treated him two years ago. Hart will be going after plastic surgeon Dr. Justin Yeung for $1,000,000 due to a claim that he performed a surgical procedure on Hart to repair a career-long wrist injury that he had after he retired from wrestling. Instead of the surgery healing Hart, he claims that it left him unable to use his right index finger and thumb. After having the surgery in 2015, Hart's abilities to dress himself, draw and take part in other standard activities were hindered. The lawsuit also claims that Yeung left “a tourniquet on Mr. Hart’s right arm on too long, such that the circulation of the nerves and tendons to his right thumb and index finger were damaged by a prolonged insufficient supply of oxygen.”