It was recently reported that Jimmy Jacobs had been released from WWE due to a photo that he posted with himself and the Bullet Club when the latter ‘invaded’ Raw several weeks ago. PWInsider has reported that Jacobs was liked backstage in WWE, however, by appearing with the faction during the day of a scheduled taping instead of writing, WWE saw this as Jacobs “ignoring his job.” They believe Jacobs was attempting to get himself over, as well as his friends outside of WWE. It was also noted that he took time off to deal with a personal issue over the summer, and this also may have helped contribute to WWE’s decision to sever ties with him this week.
Shane McMahon took on Kevin Owens in a Hell in a Cell match during the recent pay-per-view of the same name, and, as was expected, the match was an incredible spectacle. Shane attempted to leap off of the cage down onto Kevin Owens while he was lying on the announcer’s table, only for Owens to be pulled out of the way by Sami Zayn just in time. WWE Hall of Famer “Superstar” Billy Graham took to Facebook to call Shane McMahon an “idiot” for attempting the spot, and he expressed his true feelings towards Shane McMahon as a performer. The entire comment from “Superstar” Billy Graham can be read down below.
“Shane ‘Idiot’ McMahon
As always, the WWE will first lie to us, then when they get caught they tell the fans the truth. I consider Shane McMahon to be nothing more than a rich man’s foolish son. In a deliberate attempt to deceive us, the WWE released a statement that daddy’s little son was just fine after this leap below and now they have told us that he really is hurt. Disgusting and I have no sympathy for this spoiled brat and maybe he wont try to defy gravity ever again for a worthless, meaningless, and dumb as Hell cheap pop.
Superstar Billy Graham”
One of the most surprising members who participated in the Mae Young Classic tournament recently was former WWE Superstar Serena Deeb. Deeb had appeared on WWE television very briefly as part of CM Punk’s Straight Edge Society several years ago, but she was released back in 2010. She returned in the tournament this year, defeating Vanessa Borne, but she lost to Piper Niven in the second round. Deeb recently revealed in a new video posted on WWE’s YouTube channel that she has been working as a guest coach at the Performance Center recently. She talks about her time training some of the superstars in the video below.