As noted earlier this afternoon here on the site,Matt Hardy edited the cryptic blog he posted on his MySpace account yesterday morning apparently hinting that his brother Jeff had signed a new contract with World Wrestling Entertainment. He removed the following passage: "The deal has been reached, the contract has been signed as of May 19th, 2009.. Why? What about Matt? I'm sucking it up and giving every fiber of my being for..for them. With a legitimately excruciating broken hand.. but really.. for what? Nothing really ever changes.. I hope this makes everyone happy.." He has since replaced it with the following: "Things aren't always what they seem in life. And before anyone criticizes me.. Everything I addressed is valid. I thank my people-you know who you are.." He then added links to various videos of The Hardy Show on YouTube. That to me is a sign that maybe a reality show deal has been inked. There have been ongoing talks with several networks in recent weeks.

WWE developmental wrestler Johnny Curtis recently suffered a concussion and has not wrestled in two weeks, reports The Sun.

The December 29, 1997 edition of WCW Monday Nitro recently aired on WWE Classics on Demand and eagle-eyed viewers could spot an 18-year-old Stacy Keibler in attendance at the Baltimore event as a fan. Cameras cut to her not once, but twice while Bret Hart explained his actions at the previous night's WCW Starrcade pay-per-view in which he attacked referee Nick Patrick and stepped in toward the conclusion of the Hollywood Hogan vs. Sting championship match as the impromptu referee. The future WWE Diva could be seen waving a big "Thank You Bret" sign in the audience. Keibler would be shown on television once again nearly a year later during the Starrcade 1998 pay-per-view while Konnan made his ring entrance for his match against Chris Jericho.

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