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WWE Network Removes Classic Slammy Awards Broadcasts, Jim Ross Posts New Blog Regarding Chyna's Passing, WWE SmackDown Preview

Posted By: Kenny Williams on Apr 28, 2016

WWE Network Removes Classic Slammy Awards Broadcasts

WWE Network has removed the classic 1980s and 1990s versions of the Slammy Awards from their entire catalog. Furthermore, the more modern versions of the broadcasts have been moved to the "Raw Replay" on-demand section.

Jim Ross Posts New Blog Regarding Chyna's Passing

WWE Hall of Famer Jim Ross has posted a new blog, with one of the topics being the recent passing of Chyna. Below is what he had to say:

"I’d be curious to know how long Joanie Lauer was being prescribed Ambien and Xanax. Long term use of either is totally unadvisable. The extended use of Ambien can be especially destructive as I can attest. I talk much more about this matter regarding Chyna’s death last week on this week’s Ross Report podcast that features ROH COO Joe Koff. Bravo to WWE TV for the terrific video tribute that they presented to honor Chyna on Monday Night Raw. I was honored that my voice made the edit for the highlight package."

WWE SmackDown Preview for Tonight

Below is a non-spoiler preview of what is scheduled to take place on tonight's WWE SmackDown:

--WWE World Heavyweight Champion Roman Reigns vs. WWE Intercontinental Champion The Miz
--The League of Nations vs. WWE United States Champion Kalisto, Sami Zayn, and Cesaro
--The Ambrose Asylum with special guests WWE Women's Champion Charlotte, Ric Flair, and Natalya
--Apollo Crews vs. Stardust
--Enzo Amore & Colin Cassady vs. Bo Dallas & Curtis Axel
--Baron Corbin vs. Damien Sandow



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