Updated SmackDown 1,000 Lineup, WWE Hall Of Famer Out Of Jail
– We are less than a week away from a historic night on SmackDown as they celebrate episode 1,000. The show is not short on names and WWE has finally confirmed that Edge will be present with the press release below. So, let us take a look at how the massive event is shaping up.
Edge returns for a special edition of “The Cutting Edge” at SmackDown 1000
The Rated-R Superstar is coming home.
Edge is returning to host a special edition of his talk show “The Cutting Edge” next Tuesday as part of SmackDown’s historic 1000th episode.
The WWE Hall of Famer was responsible for many of the blue brand’s greatest moments, whether it was stepping up as one of the SmackDown’s premiere Superstars after the initial brand split in 2002, his unforgettable Money in the Bank cash-in on The Undertaker or running roughshod over SmackDown with General Manager Vickie Guerrero in his corner.
What will he have to say? Find out when “The Cutting Edge” returns during SmackDown 1000, next Tuesday at 8/7 C on USA Network!
While not stated, many believe Christian will appear during The Cutting Edge.
Edge will not be the only Hall of Fame there or blast from the past. We know that Undertaker, Kane, Evolution (Triple H, Ric Flair, Randy Orton & Batisita), Michelle McCool, Torrie Wilson, Vickie Guerrero and Teddy Long will also be present. As for matches, Rey Mysterio returns as a full time wrestler to take on United States Champion Shinsuke Nakamura in a non-title match. Also advrestised is Daniel Bryan & AJ Styles vs. The Miz & Samoa Joe as well as Asuka, Naomi & Charlotte Flair vs. The IIconics & Becky Lynch.
– Tammy Sytch, known to wrestling fans as Sunny, was let out of jail on Tuesday morning. Following a pair of DUI arrests in January and February, the WWE Hall of Famer was arrested in March and considered a fugitive of justice since she skipped multiple court dates.
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The 45-year-old spent three weeks in a New Jersey jail before being sent to one in Pennsylvania. Trouble with law is something that has followed Sytch for years. She has been to jail before, with most of her crimes involving alcohol, burglary and domestic violence.
Sytch is currently on parole. One slip up and back to jail she goes.