-- Following Tuesday's SuperSmackDown LIVE, Mick Foley continued his Twitter feud with WWE developmental wrestler Dean Ambrose, writing: "I had a slight problem at Smackdown, so I took care of it. I didn't ask WWE to send him home, but I'm glad they did. Sayanora scumbag."
Ambrose stated earlier on the website that he was sent home from SmackDown, enclosing an image of his flight notice. He wrote, "Looks like they must have been in a hurry to get me outta Virginia tonight." Ambrose added later, "Fuming in atl airport over a jack n coke. Hey #wwe was it something i said?"
The feud is based on a viral video shot WrestleMania XXVII weekend where Ambrose confronted Foley at the InterContinental Miami hotel. Ambrose has since taken several shots at the Hardcore Legend on Twitter, saying Foley needs to held accountable for "ruining a generation."
-- The term "Scott Hall arrest" was at one point the No. 1 trending term on Yahoo.com Tuesday evening. It was reported Tuesday that the former WWE star was arrested last Friday in Florida on a charge of domestic violence against his girlfriend.
-- Former WWE Diva Maria Kanellis defended independent wrestling after receiving an inflammatory message on Twitter saying she should get a "real" job rather than waste time in Ring of Honor earning "$100" per show.
She wrote, "Were do you think your precious WWE superstars come from? ROH and the Indies making maybe a hundred. Working their asses off!! Hurt, tired, working 2 jobs, driving everywhere. These are my boys now and don't you dare insult them. I'm PROUD of where I am."
-- WWE Hall of Famer Don Muraco has been announced to appear at Pro Wrestling World in the Merchants Square Mall 1901 S. 12th St. Allentown, Pennsylvania on June 1 from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m.
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