WWE Reportedly Stops Airing "Superstars" Online, Big Show Resurfaces, More

— WWE will reportedly no longer air WWE Superstars via WWE.com and YouTube.com. Company officials pulled the program due to poor viewership. The series will continue to air internationally.

— Big Show, who was written of television at Money in the Bank, is advertised to appear at Nickelodeon’s Worldwide Day of Play tomorrow night. According to WWE.com, he will join Lebron James, Donovan McNabb, Abby Wambach, Chris Paul and Carmelo Anthony as one of the coaches for their Battle of the Nick Stars. The Raw Superstar will be paired with a team of Nickelodeon Stars to prepare them for a big obstacle course which will air in a 30-minute primetime special that evening.

— Referee Scott Armstrong stated on Twitter that he will be sidelined for at least one more week after suffering an injury to his ribs at Night of Champions.

Several photos of Cody Rhodes bloodied on tonight’s SmackDown ->

source: PWInsider.com