As previously reported, WWE's "Daniel Bryan Appreciation Night" has been postponed for this coming Friday night's WWE live event at Madison Square Garden in New York City. In an update, it is now being reported by multiple sources that Bryan is no longer being advertised for this weekend's live event in Trenton, New Jersey, nor is he being advertised any longer for WWE's post-WrestleMania tour of the United Kingdom. The MSG event cancellation was cited as a "scheduling conflict; however, a WWE representative has been quoted as stating the following:
"Daniel Bryan has requested time off and it was granted."
Sting recently took part in an interview with WWE.com and spoke about a number of topics, including the recent rumors of his retirement from the ring. One of those topics involved who he would have wanted to face at WrestleMania 32 had he not gotten hurt during his match against Seth Rollins at last year's Night of Champions event. Sting revealed that he would have loved to face The Undertaker at the event "and I would have called it quits at that point." To read the entire interview, click here.
WWE Hall of Famer Jake "The Snake" Roberts has posted the following on his official Twitter page:
Recently became an ordained minister!! That's right come one come all this is real. Getting married. Well I'm ready to do legal vows for all— JakeSnakeDDT (@JakeSnakeDDT) March 21, 2016