— As noted over the weekend, Justin Credible was removed from the Extreme Reunion event after being found passed out. We’ve obtained a photo of Credible passed out backstage at the event on Saturday. If you’re interested, you can click here to view it. Credible was originally set to wrestle Jerry Lynn. There were also plans to add Devon “Crowbar” Storm to the bout as a surprise. The match was changed to Lynn vs. Crowbar. That match apparently “stole the show.” Numerous officials became concerned about Credible’s condition backstage at the event and at one point they found him “slumped over, passed out asleep” in a chair. Officials then asked him to the leave building. According to a source, Credible returned to the building and basically “begged” officials to let him work the event. He was turned down by the promotion and told to leave a second time. Credible then came out and walked around in the crowd late in the show but was walked to the back and left the venue.
— We also reported late Saturday night that Sabu did not work last night’s Extreme Reunion event in Philadelphia, PA as he was found in his hotel room “in bad shape.” 911 was called and we’re told he’s currently hospitalized. We’ve obtained a photo of Sabu passed out in his hotel room on Saturday. If you’re interested, you can click here to view it. Cops in Travose, PA told TMZ.com they were dispatched to a hotel for a medical emergency, but wouldn’t elaborate. The manager at the hotel where Sabu was staying tells TMZ the staff there felt the wrestler was intoxicated when paramedics were called. A source close to Sabu tells TMZ he had been MIA all day and promoters for an ECW reunion event he was scheduled to appear at could not get in touch with him. Sabu was scheduled to face Shane Douglas in the main event