- Athlean-X posted this workout video with Jinder Mahal and The Singh Brothers, apparently the first in a series with The Modern Day Maharaja. Mahal admitted that he tore his labrum in his right shoulder and then wrestled Shinsuke Nakamura in Japan the next night, which would mean he suffered the injury in mid-September. He noted that he's continued to wrestle with the injury and has just done some minor rehab, although he's back to normal now.
- We noted before that Randy Orton will be working a lighter schedule for WWE in 2018, at least during the first part of the year, as he is advertised for just a handful of events in January but no shows between February 6th and April 9th. He is expected to be at WrestleMania 34 on April 8th but he is not advertised for the annual WrestleMania Revenge tour of Europe in May. The Wrestling Observer Newsletter reports that people close to Orton note that he is really happy with his life right now because WWE gives him a lot of time off, compared to other Superstars, but he's still kept near the top of the card and is still making several million dollars per year.
- Luke Gallows is busy these days running three different businesses while he's not wrestling for WWE - Good Brothers Ink screen printing company, Good Brothers Dojo wrestling school and the Painted Gypsy tattoo parlor. You can support your local Good Brother as Gallows recently tweeted these advertisements for his empire:
Painted Gypsy Tattoo 1140 Nortec Drive Conyers, GA (404) 512-4606...Holiday specials all month long! Drop by today! pic.twitter.com/Z1RXPEYVvU— Luke Gallows (@LukeGallowsWWE) December 13, 2017