We thought that we saw the last of The Undertaker after Wrestlemania 32 when he defeated Shane McMahon to go 23-1 at the biggest Pay-per-view of the year. But recently he surfaced up in Cleveland to meet the Cavs before their home opener on Tuesday, October 26th. But that's not the last time that we will see of the Deadman. WWE announced on November 3rd on WWE.com that the Undertaker will be returning for the 900th episode of Smackdown live on the USA Network. What will happen when he steps out on the blue brand during this momentous occasion?
Tired of all of this back and forth stuff between Trump and Hilary? With the election quickly approaching, you now have another candidate throwing his name in the ring. His name...Joe Exotic!
For everything you need to know about Joe, check out everything right here.
Every Tuesday we have our guy Jeremy Duff from Gamingnexus.com in studio for our video game segment called "Now Playing" brought to you by Mountain Dew Kickstart.
On today's edition of "Now Loading", Jeremy filled us in on the special Halloween theme event Niantic is doing for Pokemon Go. From October 26 to November 1, players will get double candies for catching and transferring Pokemon, as well as get 4x the candies for walking around with your buddy.
In addition to that, the frequency of ghost and psychic type Pokemon will increase and spawn more regularly.
With the hype for Pokemon Go dropping from close to 50 million in July, to around 30 million still playing currently, Niantic is hoping that this first of many events will begin to increase the number of players again.
You can catch Jeremy Duff with us every Tuesday morning at 6:30am or check out gamingnexus.com
Check out the event announcement video below.
Anna Wurtzburger of Hopewell Junction, NY is suing KFC for false advertising after she purchased a $20 bucket of chicken from the franchise this past summer. She says that KFC says that if will feed a whole family by showing a bucket of overflowing chicken but you get half a bucket and they're small pieces. She says that they should redo their commercials like the movie 'Oliver', showing a little orphan going up to the counter asking, 'Can I have some more?' She's seeking $20 million in damages. KFC is calling the lawsuit, "meritless."