WWE Labels Tensai An 'Overhyped Disappointment', Melina Suffers Injury, Mick Foley In NJ, Eve Torres

WWE Labels Tensai An 'Overhyped Disappointment', Melina Suffers Injury, Mick Foley In NJ, Eve Torres Photo: Johnny Gee Photography
- After bursting onto the WWE scene with a monster push in April, the sports-entertainment organization is now publicly tagging Tensai as an "overhyped disappointment." The veteran wrestler is being labeled as such on his updated WWE.com bio in regards to his multiple losses to Tyson Kidd after going toe-to-toe with John Cena and CM Punk.

WWE states, "Over the following months, Tensai quickly went from intimidating behemoth to overhyped disappointment. Despite impressive outings against John Cena and CM Punk, several frustrating losses to underdog Tyson Kidd led to Tensai assaulting his own associate Sakamoto on the July 30, 2012 edition of Raw. Is this beginning of a new, more focused Tensai? One can only assume that disaster will follow for his opponents until this star from multiple continents fulfills his destiny."

- Former WWE Diva Melina noted on Twitter Monday that she recently suffered an injury that is preventing her from competing. She did not add further details on the injury.

- Mick Foley will be signing copies of his new children's book, "A Most Mizerable Christmas," at Barnes & Noble 425 Marketplace Blvd. Hamilton, New Jersey, today beginning at 6:30 p.m.

- WWE Divas Champion Eve is featured in today's "Superstar Spotlight" on WWE.com.

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