The information superhighway is full of unexpected events and you never know who you might be sharing the road with. Everyone has to be extra careful with passwords but even the most cautious of online users can find themselves a victim of some kind of hacking.

In a rather concerning Twitter post, Roddy Piper’s wife Kitty said, “It has come to my attention that someone is using Roddy’s Instagram Account, RealRoddyPiper without authorization from Roddy’s family. Please respond to my direct message on IG or contact me at with the login and password info immediately.”

So far it doesn’t look like anything has been posted on Piper’s Instagram that might be considered out of place, but it’s really the principle of the thing in this kind of situation. The Hot Rod’s family should be running his social media accounts and Kitty obviously agrees.

Let’s hope Kitty and the family hear back from whoever decided to take control of The Hot Rod’s Instagram account because if gone unchecked, someone could use their influence via the profile to do something nefarious.

The WWE Performance Center is home of the Superstars of tomorrow including many you haven’t even seen on NXT’s television show just yet. Gunner left Impact Wrestling in 2015 and joined NXT in 2017 but hasn’t been on television just yet. However, that doesn’t mean he hasn’t been clanging and banging in the Performance Center to fine-tune his body for the chance to show what he can do.

Gunner is now going by his real name Chad Lail in NXT, but that doesn’t make him any less tough. The NXT star recently injured his pinky finger and as you can see by the photo below, it was in pretty bad shape. But he didn’t let it detour him one bit because he’s ready to get it taped up so he can head right back to war.


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