Kyle O'Reilly's Mother Passes Away, Pontiac Silverdome Still Standing Following Implosion, GWN

- The Pontiac Silverdome in Pontiac, Michigan was supposed to be imploded earlier today around 8:30am ET, however it is still standing after the explosions went off. This historic venue was the home of Wrestlemania 3 in 1987, which still holds the worked WWE record for the second most attended WWE event in history following WrestleMania 32 at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas.

According to reporter Jon Hewitt, who works for CBS Detroit, a wiring issue is to blame for a series of cutting charges on eight main columns not going off as planned, which left the upper ring of the Silverdome still standing for at least another day.

- Future Stars Of Wrestling announced this week that they reached an agreement to join the Global Wrestling Network. FSW will provide GWN with thousands of hours from its extensive library, featuring Impact Champion Eli Drake, Matt Hardy, John Morrison, Kenny King, Reno Scum, Willie Mack, Lance Hoyt, Kevin Kross, Sami Callihan, Brian Cage along with the many superstars FSW has had come through its doors including Ricochet, Rich Swann, AR Fox, Tony Nese, Chris Sabin, Austin Aries, Keith Lee, Kevin Nash, Chris Masters, Paul London, Brian Kendrick, Davey Boy Smith Jr, Roderick Strong, ACH, Young Bucks, Trevor Lee, Shane Strickland, Jeff Cobb and more.

- Our condolences go out to NXT star Kyle O'Reilly, whose mother passed away last Wednesday after a battle with cancer. O'Reilly posted the following on his Instagram today remembering her:


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