Six More Wrestlers Join Lawsuit Against WWE, Watch Undertaker’s SmackDown Debut

Perry Saturn

It was reported over the weekend that Ashley Massaro has joined a lawsuit against WWE, where she claims she was sexually assaulted during an overseas tour and was not giving proper care for concussions suffered during her tenure with the organization. In addition to her, five more former WWE wrestlers and the estate of one joined the lawsuit last week.

According to documents released last week, Perry Saturn, 2 Cold Scorpio (also known as Flash Funk in WWE), Johnny Jeter (a/k/a Johnny in The Spirit Squad), Chad Wicks (from The Dicks tag team), Sylvano Sousa (a jobber who wrestled for the company in the ’70s and ’80s) and the estate of John Rechner (Balls Mahoney) are new plaintiffs in the lawsuit.

– With The Undertaker returning to WWE television for the first time since WrestleMania 32 tomorrow night on SmackDown LIVE, WWE released a video highlighting his SmackDown debut.

In April 1999, The Undertaker teamed up with Triple H on the very first episode of SmackDown to battle the combined forces of “Stone Cold” Steve Austin and The Rock.