WWE Show Cancelled After 500 Tickets Sold, Mr. Kennedy Removed

by Chris Gorst on 9th September 2008

In case you missed it, Mr. Kennedy was removed from the SmackDown intro starting with last week’s show. Kennedy dislocated his shoulder in a match against Shelton Benjamin at a house show a month ago and is slated to be out of action for approximately six months following surgery. While this is nothing more than a rumour, there was talk that WWE were a little cautious about re-signing Kennedy when his contract expires later this year due to the numerous injuries he has suffered over the last 3 years.

WWE.com has added a profile on R-Truth to the SmackDown section. You can see it at WWE.com.

WWE recently canceled the 10/17 house show scheduled in Aguascalientes, Mexico. The public reason given for the cancellation came in the form of a local promotion saying that they didn’t realize they booked an outdoor stadium and were afraid of weather spoiling the event. However, the real reason the show was canceled is because WWE sold less than 500 tickets so far, reports the Wrestling Observer Newsletter. There has been talk of running a second show in Arena Monterrey, where WWE is running the night before.

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