Random Notes from the Cyber Square Circle

Lamar BoltonContributor IMay 4, 2009

Big news coming off the net, it seems that the Undertaker will be going knife soon. The injuries are starting to mount and from what I've read its looking like they are going in to take a look at his knee's and his hip. They also seem to be more then a little worried what they might find when they open him up.

In other news, it would seem that Creative is finally going to pull the trigger on the new Hart foundation, pairing DH Smith with his former Tag partner Tyson Kidd and Natalya on ECW. They have been threatening to do this for well over a year and if they finally do, what does this mean for Legacy.

Having the two feud over two different shows wont be easy since it has come down that their will be little if any Cross brand matches. I would think the best idea was to make all three a member of legacy to expand legacy's sphere of influence over the whole company.

Then you could have them play off each others paranoia if and when you wont to split them up.

Also pertaining to the land of Extreme , Tiffany may be on her way out as general manager of ECW. Her Mic work is not up to snuff and since Tommy Dreamer's contract is up is up soon, it would seem that he is the next in line for the job.

The $64 question is, does he want it. I kinda hope he doesn't so that they can lay to rest the spirit of the Original ECW and let it die the long over death its do. You do that and then your clear to give Tuesday nights to the Divas and let them run with it.

I was sorry to hear that Roxi asked for her release after serving a part of a suspension for a physical l altercation with fellow knockout Rhakka Kahn. Apparently it was about her ability and her relationship with Angle behind the sciences.

Anyway, I think Roxxi is an untapped talent that could be the next Lita if she caught a break or two. WWE, if you really want to add an original Diva that defiantly goes against your cookie cutter type, you should check this hardcore Knockout.

Finally, an interesting little blip from the MMA scene. Nineteen-year-old Colt Toombs is making a little name for himself in the world of the octagon. 

The son of WWE Hall of Famer Roddy Piper, said growing up with his dad their was a lot of Boxing and wrestling and he has had some Judo training form legend Gene Lebell. Toombs uses his Given name so he doesn't trade off of any of his dad's fame.