- Pro Wrestling Sheet is reporting that Jamie Noble was stabbed twice on early Wednesday morning outside of his home at the Shadowood mobile home park in West Virginia. Noble was returning home when a driver pulled in behind him and got out of the car accusing Noble of cutting him off. Noble apologized, however both men continued to argue which resulted in Noble taking the man to the ground. According to police, two other men got out of the suspect's car and at least one of them stabbed Noble, once in the upper back and once in the mid-back/spine area, before fleeing the scene.

Noble was taken to an emergency room, however is no longer in the ER. His condition is unclear. WWE is aware of the incident and have been in contact with police.

- Dave Meltzer confirmed today that the 2017 Royal Rumble will take place in San Antonio. It will be the 20th anniversary of the 1997 Royal Rumble, which took place at the Alamodome in San Antonio in front of 60,525, which is still the largest crowd for the event in its history. Steve Austin won that year's Royal Rumble match, while Shawn Michaels regained the WWF Championship from Sycho Sid. As noted, the last time the event was in San Antonio was in 2007, which saw The Undertaker win the 30-man Royal Rumble match.

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- Zacks Investment Research this week downgraded WWE stock from a "hold" rating to a "sell." They noted that WWE's earnings per share of a penny missed their consensus estimate of 8 cents and also decreased 85.7% year over year.

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