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WWE Events Update, Hogan Edited Out of Movie, Kane Praises Shield Members

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WWE Live In London Update

WWE has confirmed that the September 7th live event from London’s O2 Arena will not be a live special airing on the WWE Network. This could always change as it seems unusual that WWE would fly over to the United Kingdom just for a single date mid-week.

Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal News

The Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal will feature just 20 superstars this year, unlike previous years which featured 31 Superstars at WrestleMania 30 and 30 Superstars at WrestleMania 31.

The only confirmed names are Heath Slater, Adam Rose, Bo Dallas and Curtis Axel. The match will take place live on the USA Network

WWE Hall of Famer Hulk Hogan filmed scenes for WWE Studios’ Killing Hasselhoff film over a year ago, but due to the controversy surrounding his sex tape scandal and his racist comments, the decision has been made to remove all of the scenes from the movie that feature Hulk Hogan.

Nothing is being re-shot. The producers are simply being forced to edit all of the footage and remove everything that included Hogan. Hogan was said to be prominently featured in the first 15 minutes or so of the movie.

WWE Superstar Kane recently spoke to The Daily Star about working with Seth Rollins, Dean Ambrose, and Roman Reigns.

“Seth is just an awesome talent,” Kane said. “It’s amazing, the guys from the Shield – Seth Rollins, Dean Ambrose, Roman Reigns – we all knew they had great potential. It’s awesome to see them fulfilling that. It was very rewarding for me to be there, not only with Seth but with Roman and Dean, when they first started. Daniel Bryan and I in Team Hell No were among their opponents early on and it is really very gratifying for me to maybe in some way have helped launch those guys to what are going to be really great heights.”

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