This is taken from the results of last night's Ohio Valley Wrestling show, which can be found here: Click Here
"Jim Ross opened off by stating that Brock Lesnar would not wrestle tonight due to an injury sustained on Smackdown! at the hands of the Undertaker, which was apparently an elbow injury. The Revolution, consisting today of Doug "Machine" Basham, Damaja, Queen Victoria, Johnny Spade and Jackie Gayda from Tough Enough 2, made their entrance to the ring as Damaja got on the mic running down the fact that Lesnar was too scared to wrestle Basham. Basham then got on the mic claiming he was getting screwed and should be wrestling in the match for the WWE Undisputed Title and would trade his life for the opportunity. Brock Lesnar came out, to a very favorable reaction as the crowd chanted "Brock" and claimed he was not a coward and that it was a serious injury. Cornette then went on to tell Basham that he would indeed be wrestling in the main event tonight, but not against Brock Lesnar, but against the "Rabid Wolverine" Chris Benoit."
Lesnar didn't appear again on the show (as you would expect if he was just dodging the match with a fake injury). Obviously, this might not be a legit injury, but it's kinda hard to play off a show that hasn't even aired yet if you want to do a storyline. I haven't seen any Smackdown spoilers and I don't really want to, but has anyone heard anything about this? It's not on WWE.com, so I doubt it's that serious, but it could be something to look out for.
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Kane has been dead to me for several years now. There is nothing special about the character anymore. The Kane character is just so watered down. This is not 1997 anymore, its 2004. Glen Jacobs can still wrestle he just needs a new gimmick.