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  1. For the Dye Family I pray that God will give you strength and courage during this loss. Take comfort in your friendships, prayer, and peace in love.
  2. He last wrestling for Impact and left when his contract expired at the end of the year. Also took time off due to an injury. Last few years has also been on the Indy circuit, wrestled with lucha underground etc. Here he is in action from a couple years ago against Bobby Lashley.
  3. I've seen Brian Cage's name mentioned as a possibility. He would be a great addition to the roster. Good to see the return of Hangman Page tonight. Interested to see how the tension between him and the Young Bucks & Omega plays out.
  4. Sheffield suspended following off-field incidents by Jason Caldwell 56 minutes ago Following a pair of arrests in the last two weeks in Bulloch County, Georgia, Auburn redshirt freshman defensive back Jashawn Sheffield has been suspended indefinitely from the team, an Auburn athletics department spokesman has confirmed to Inside the Auburn Tigers and Auburn247. Arrested on May 9 for disorderly conduct and spending two days in jail in Statesboro, Sheffield was arrested a second time a week later on May 16 for DUI-Less safe-alcohol and spent two more days in jail. A bond was set for Sheffield in the amount of $1,576 for the second charge. Georgia has a “DUI Less Safe” statute, which means that a driver can be convicted of DUI even if the driver's Blood Alcohol Content is less than 0.08 grams. The DUI laws in Georgia criminalize driving under the influence of alcohol, drugs, whether illegal, prescription, or over-the-counter and toxic vapors to the extent that it is less safe for the person to do so. Even if they don’t have a chemical test to back up the claim there could still be a conviction based on circumstantial evidence. Sheffield saw action in one game last season for the Tigers as a wide receiver, carrying the ball two times for 30 yards in a win over Samford. He was moved to defense for bowl preparations and has been expected to make a run at earning playing time at the cornerback position when the Tigers get back on the field this fall.