Tonight on the Rewind the Raw embargo continues. Tonight we focus on Bound for Glory and the fallout. Was TNA right in not putting the World title on Bobby Roode? How do you feel about the Velvet Sky Knockout title win? We'll be using a different call in line tonight so be sure to tune in. The Power offers his analysis about TNA's biggest PPV of the year tonight on the Pro Wrestling Rewind, 9pm est, exclusively on the SNS Radio Network.
As noted before, Heath Slater has been suspended for 30 days after violating the WWE Wellness Policy.
We don't know yet if this was the reason he was suspended, but talk among some of the wrestlers is that several people have failed the test for synthetic marijuana, or "spice", over the past few months.
The belief is that people are failing tests for the fake marijuana so it's causing some of the talents to go back to smoking real marijuana. Testing positive for real marijuana just gets you a $2,500 fine with no suspension.
The Rock is featured on the cover of the December 2011 of WWE Magazine and is depicted angry and ready to fight. The magazines teases the mega-superstar possibly having his sights set on championship gold. The headline reads: "THE ROCK! IS THE PEOPLE'S CHAMP GUNNIN' FOR THE GOLD?"
After months of buildup to Bobby Roode's TNA World title match at Bound For Glory, plans were changed the day of the event and the decision was made for Kurt Angle to retain.
According to prowrestling.net, Bobby Roode understandably disappointed that his planned TNA World title win was scrapped at the last minute. That said, Roode was very professional about the entire situation and did not challenge the decision when it was presented to him.
James Storm was at Bound For Glory on Sunday and was scheduled to cut a promo prior to the main event hyping the significance of Roode's title shot. That promo had to be left off the show due to TNA running short of time during the PPV.