WWE Hall of Famer checks himself into rehab facility

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There was a worrying update from a Hall of Famer who announced he is heading to rehab, whilst the WWE has updated fans with news of two new matches for this weekend's Money in the Bank pay-view.

Elsewhere, a familiar face to those of an NFL persuasion has been identified as one of the men hoping to make a career in WWE in the near future.

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Hall of Famer

We begin with news that a WWE Hall of Famer has today checked himself into a rehab facility.

Scott Hall, a founding member of the New World Order and a two time World Champion, has been dealing with personal problems and was recently escorted out of a wrestling event for being intoxicated.

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He took to Twitter today to tell his fans he was seeking help:

Hall remains a wrestling legend and it is sad to see he has fallen on hard times. The WWE Universe, including his former NwO teammates will be wishing him well.

Money in the Bank

Elsewhere, in the ring, two new matches have been announced ahead of this weekend’s Money in the Bank pay-per-view.

The Big Show will take on Ryback for the Intercontinental title (contrary to what it says in the video), whilst Nikki Bella will put her Divas title on the line against Paige.

There had been some speculation that Ryback and The Big Show would be joined by Miz in their battle for the IC title but that appears to have been nothing more than a rumor judging by the action on Monday night's Raw.

WWE Tough Enough

And finally, with WWE Tough Enough just two weeks away from it’s return, 40 individuals have been invited to try out at the Performance Center.

Amongst them is a familiar name to NFL fans, former Chicago Bears running back Kahlil Bell.

Bell spent time on four different NFL rosters as he bid to make it in the league but, now agent 28 and a free agent it looks like he is looking to take a different path to primetime.

The 13 final contestants for Tough Enough will be announced next week.

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