– The WWE posted an article yesterday (Fri. September 22, 2017) on JBL and his work with at-risk kids in India. The former WWE champ visited the Magic Bus and Slum Soccer organizations, which help promote better life skills through soccer and education. It was announced earlier this month that JBL made the decision to leave the SmackDown Live commentary booth as a regular member in order to focus more on his work with at-risk children, and would be replaced by Corey Graves. JBL did mention that he would return to WWE for special events such as Tribute to the Troops and WrestleMania.
Benjamin SatterleyBirthdate: 08/22/1986
Weight: 194 Ib
At NXT, he is a two-time NXT Tag Team Champion, with his first reign being one-half of the inaugural champions (with Oliver Grey), and he ...