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Updates on Lesnar and Ambrose, Nakamura Talks Infamous Botch

(Brock Lesnar, former UFC Heavyweight Champion and current WWE Wrestler)

According to PWInsider, despite being advertised to appear on Raw by the Barclay’s Center, Brock Lesnar flew home after SummerSlam.

Additionally, Dean Ambrose was originally scheduled to face Drew McIntyre last night in his first match since returning from a triceps injury which sidelined him for nine months. It’s unknown why the change was made.

In an interview with Gorilla Position, Shinsuke Nakamura confessed his fear that he was done in WWE after his infamous moment during a match with John Cena on Smackdown Live where he dropped the 16 time world champion on his head.

“Some people were upset backstage, not John Cena. But someone. They got p****d off at me, ‘Why did you do that?’ So, I just thought my career is finished today. But everybody came to support me and help me, even John Cena. Not everybody gets the chance to wrestle with John Cena now. I felt good in the ring with John Cena. If I have the chance, I’m gonna wrestle with him again. Maybe we can create [something] better than before.”

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