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Hunico Returns to Action, Stephanie Hypes NXT Women's Title, Wyatt Gets a Win, Bobby Eaton
By Marc Middleton
Jun 1, 2013 - 8:59:09 AM

- Wrestling legend Bobby Eaton's condition has improved. He is still in the hospital and is set to have a pacemaker put in in two weeks.

- Bray Wyatt worked last night's WWE live event in Glens Falls, New York. After a vignette aired, Wyatt defeated Zack Ryder.

- Also at last night's show in Glens Falls, Hunico returned to the main roster. He issued an open challenge and lost to Ted DiBiase.

- Here is another photo of Stephanie McMahon and the NXT Women's Title, from the recent NXT TV episode. Stephanie said NXT will continue the tradition of creating the next wave of women for a new generation with the creation of the title.

Stephanie and NXT Title

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Partial source: F4Wonline.com

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