Wednesday, October 31, 2012

Halloween Edition of "WWE Inbox" - #40



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Tuesday, October 30, 2012

WWE Backstage Fallout: Oct. 29, 2012


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Survivor Series Main Event Revealed


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Justin Gabriel vs. Alberto Del Rio: Raw, Oct. 29, 2012


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Rey Mysterio & Sin Cara vs. Rhodes Scholars: Raw, Oct. 29, 2012


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New World Heavyweight Champion Crowned


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Zack Ryder & Santino Marella vs. 3MB: Raw, Oct. 29, 2012


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AJ Lee vs. Beth Phoenix: Raw, Oct. 29, 2012


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WWE Diva Fired Live On Raw


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Kofi Kingston vs. Antonio Cesaro: Champion vs. Champion Match - Raw, Oct. 29, 2012


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Team Hell No vs. The Prime Time Players: Raw, Oct. 29, 2012


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Randy Orton vs. Wade Barrett: Raw, Oct. 29, 2012


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CM Punk Makes HUGE Challenge To Mick Foley


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Ryback vs. JTG: Raw, Oct. 29, 2012


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Wednesday, October 24, 2012

Details Released About Mike Graham's Death

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Daytona cops: Wife found ex-wrestler dead with bullet wound to head in apparent suicide during Biketoberfest visit

Posted Wed, 2012-10-24 04:57
By HENRY FREDERICK


Former pro wrestler Mike Graham, whose real name was Edward Gossett, was distraught over the suicide of his son at Biketoberfest two years ago, when he, too, took hios own life Thursday during the biker rally in Daytona Beach. Graham's wrestling-promoter father killed himself in 1985.

DAYTONA BEACH -- An incident report released by Daytona Beach cops, confirms former pro wrestler Mike Graham, visiting here for Biketoberfest, was found dead "lying face up" on a bed Thursday night in a North Halifax Drive home from an apparent self-inflicted "gunshot wound to the forehead."

The 61-year-old Tampa Bay area native, whose real name was Edward Michael Gossett of Indian Rocks, was found dead by his wife, Diane Marie Hamilton, with police and paramedics responding to a 9-1-1 call at 8:47 p.m. for a report of a suicide. Graham's wife told cops that her distraught husband had been threatening suicide for the last two years over the suicide of his son, Steven Gossett, two years ago during Biketoberfest.

Headline Surfer was among the first media outlets to report Graham's suicide on Saturday, but at the time was unable to confirm exactly when the fatal shooting occurred, reporting it happened Friday from initial reports as did most media outlets. The police report stated a Freedom Arms .22 caliber revolver was found next to Graham's body, which was "lying face up on the bed with a gunshot wound to the forehead."

Police have termed the homicide a "death investigation, routine for such an incident while a homicide investigation is ongoing, even if suicide by firearm is the expected outcome as to cause of death.

The incident report stated that "a small revolver (Freedom Arms .22 caliber) was found next to Gossett."

Graham was pronounced dead shortly after cops arrived on scene. Graham's wife told cops that the former wrestler "had threatened to commit suicide frequently ever since (his) son committed suicide two years prior during Biketoberfest."

Ironically, Graham's father, Eddie Graham, the more famous promoter of Championship Wrestling from Florida, took his own life by shooting himself in the head on Jan. 21, 1985. Mike Graham wrestled in the National Wrestling Alliance before leaving the squared circle earlier in the decade.

His death is among a growing list of former professional wrestlers under the age of 65, who have died from either suicide or health-related issues stemming from drug and alcohol abuse, including use of steroids.

Interview with Paul Heyman: WWE Main Event, October 24, 2012


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Sin Cara vs. Alberto Del Rio: WWE Main Event, October 24, 2012


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Ryback vs. Dolph Ziggler: WWE Main Event, October 24, 2012


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WWE Superstars Discuss Stone Cold vs. CM Punk


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JBL Blasts WWE Referees


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Tuesday, October 23, 2012

Backstage Fallout: Oct. 22, 2012


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Sheamus vs. CM Punk: Lumberjack Match: Oct. 22, 2012


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Zack Ryder vs. Alberto Del Rio: Oct. 22, 2012


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Kane vs. Big Show: Oct. 22, 2012


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Daniel Bryan vs. Dolph Ziggler: Raw, Oct. 22, 2012


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AJ Lee Resigns As Raw General Manager: Oct. 22, 2012


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Ryback vs. The Miz: Oct. 22, 2012


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Kaitlyn & Eve Brawl Backstage


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Justin Gabriel vs. Antonio Cesaro: Oct. 22, 2012


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Kofi Kingston vs. Michael McGillicutty: Oct. 22, 2012


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Rey Mysterio & Sin Cara vs. Rhodes Scholars: 10.22.2012


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Thursday, October 18, 2012

Wrestlerap's Ace of the Week: 10.14.12 - 10.20.12

This week, our Superstar of the week is none other than Kofi Kingston! For those unaware, Kofi Kingston was crowned WWE Intercontinental Champion after defeating The Miz on this week's WWE Main Event. If you missed it, you can watch it here.

Lately, Kingston has carried great matches on WWE Raw and the second newest edition to the WWE programming lineup, Saturday Morning Slam. This is his fourth Intercontinental Championship, and he is also a three time Tag Team Champion, and two time United States Champion.

You can download our Wrestlerap created Kofi Kingston wallpaper here! Click the image, then right-click the enlarged image, and click Set As Wallpaper!

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Tuesday, October 16, 2012

WWE Backstage Fallout: October 15, 2012


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Ryback Delivers HUGE Message To C.M. Punk


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Santino Marella & Zack Ryder vs. Primetime Players: Raw, Oct. 15, 2012


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Kofi Kingston vs. The Miz: Raw, Oct. 15, 2012


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Primo & Epico vs. Team Rhodes Scholars: Raw, Oct. 15, 2012


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Layla vs. Eve - Divas Championship Match: Raw, Oct. 15, 2012


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Sheamus vs. Wade Barrett: Raw, Oct. 15, 2012


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Kane vs. Matt Striker: Raw, Oct. 15, 2012


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Justin Gabriel vs. Antonio Cesaro: Raw, Oct. 15, 2012


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David Otunga & Dolph Ziggler vs. Ryback: Raw, Oct. 15, 2012


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Brodus Clay vs. Alberto Del Rio: Raw, Oct. 15, 2012


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Daniel Bryan vs. Big Show: Raw, Oct. 15, 2012


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Sunday, October 14, 2012

Are You Serious?: Episode 37


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Two MAJOR Former Stars Get Into Fistfight

It is being reported that a fight broke out between legendary wrestling stars Harley Race and Big Van Vader. A professional wrestling convention in Monroe, New Jersey was held this weekend, and some sort of argument ensued between the two. Race, who now moves around in a wheelchair, supposedly punched Vader in the face.

It is also being reported that when Vader attempted to strike back, he hit someone who was trying to break up the fight. Race, 69, and Vader, 57, then went in another room to settle the problems.

Santino's Foreign Exchange: Episode 37


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WWE Backstage Fallout - October 12, 2012


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Sin Cara vs. Damien Sandow: SmackDown, Oct. 12, 2012


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Kofi Kingston vs. Big Show: SmackDown, Oct. 12, 2012


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Kane vs. Dolph Ziggler: SmackDown, Oct. 12, 2012


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Santino Marella & Zack Ryder vs. Heath Slater & Jinder Mahal: SmackDown, Oct. 12, 2012


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Daniel Bryan vs. Alberto Del Rio: SmackDown, Oct. 12, 2012


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Sheamus vs. Tensai: SmackDown, Oct. 12, 2012


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Saturday, October 13, 2012

JOHN CENA NAMED HONORARY CAPTAIN OF NEW YORK JETS

The following is from Mike Florio at NBC Sports:

The line between pro football and pro wrestling will further be blurred on Sunday.

That’s when WWE star John Cena serves as the honorary captain of the Jets before Sunday’s game against the Colts, according to Manish Mehta of the New York Daily News.

As Mehta points out, Cena is actually a Massachusetts native and a Patriots fan.

The Jets likely were willing to ignore that fact given that MetLife Stadium will be hosting WrestleMania in April.

Jets fans may not be quite as understanding.

The bigger question is whether the Jets’ final pre-election home game will feature former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney as the honorary captain.

Thursday, October 11, 2012

NWA Halloween Havoc 1989 PART EIGHT


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NWA Halloween Havoc 1989 PART SEVEN


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NWA Halloween Havoc 1989 PART SIX

Flyin' Brian Pillman vs. Lex Luger

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NWA Halloween Havoc 1989 PART FIVE


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NWA Halloween Havoc 1989 PART FOUR

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NWA Halloween Havoc 1989 PART THREE

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NWA Halloween Havoc 1989 PART TWO

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NWA Halloween Havoc 1989 PART ONE

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BRAND NEW CM Punk T-Shirt

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It’s not surprising that CM Punk cites the radical “Rowdy” Roddy Piper as a childhood influence. After all, Punk is the embodiment of the anti-establishment, the modern-day “Voice of the Voiceless,” whose skill at igniting verbal “pipe bombs” is rivaled only by Hot Rod himself. Punk even looks the part of rebel with his too-numerous-to-count tattoos and body piercings. Yet, he waxes way more philosophical than his exterior might suggest, and has shown a diverse set of interests that include ghost hunting, G. I. Joe and the “Straight Edge” movement.
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LA Times Reports On CM Punk Hitting Fan



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OK, sure, pro wrestling is scripted, but try to tell that to one unlucky fan in Sacramento who was hit by WWE superstar CM Punk.

During this week's edition of "Monday Night Raw," Punk entered the stands near the conclusion of the show to escape the clutches of Ryback. While he stood on the stairs midway up the first level of seats, he suddenly turned around and backhanded then punched a fan he thought had hit him in the back of the head.
Problem: He hit the wrong fan.

WWE released a statement on the incident Tuesday:

“During last night’s 'Raw' televised event, WWE superstar CM Punk exited the ring into the stands as part of the show. WWE security was unfortunately not in the appropriate place at the time. Given CM Punk’s persona as a ‘bad guy,’ fans were naturally heckling him, but unfortunately a few fans began shoving him and one struck him in the kidney and on the back. WWE regrets that proper security measures were not in place, and CM Punk apologizes for reacting in the heat of the moment. Other than this isolated incident, WWE always provides proper security to ensure the safety of our fans and our performers.”

Punk followed up with a statement of his own Tuesday night.

It’s an unfortunate and isolated incident," Punk said. "I was up in the stands, surrounded.

“Somebody said, ‘Let’s push him down the stairs.’ I got hit in the ribs three times. I was getting shoved and I was getting punched .…Then I started getting tagged in the back of the head. Unfortunately, I lashed out in the heat of the moment and I apologize. I’m really just glad nobody was hurt."

Watching the video above it's not a surprise Punk reacted the way he did, even if he hit the wrong fan. It looks as if security, which usually accompanies WWE superstars when they enter the stands, was slow in arriving.

Here's guessing the fan who was struck gets some nice "We're sorry" gifts from the WWE, and probably front-row seats the next time they come to town.

(GREAT INTERVIEW!) ESPN Interviews Paul Heyman

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Paul Heyman thought he had a secret.

THQ hired the creative mind behind ECW to pen the storylines in the upcoming “WWE 13” video game, but after departing from WWE in 2006 over creative differences, Heyman thought if anyone from the wrestling promotion found out about his new line of work, they’d put a stop to it immediately.

“You have to remember, I was hired by THQ before I was brought back and put on-air by WWE,” Heyman says as we meet up in New York City to talk about his latest venture. “Even before I was back in WWE, I had already written all of the Attitude Era storylines that are incorporated into the game. Much to my surprise, I was writing these with WWE’s blessing.

“When I came back, one of the inside jokes was how many people would come up to me and say: ‘Hey, I knew about you and THQ.’”

Turns out, Heyman’s not-so-secret secret is a true blessing for wrestling gamers, who will be able to live the virtual in-ring lives of Attitude Era stars like The Rock, Steve Austin, Mrs. Foley’s baby boy and D-Generation X, with gameplay and cut-scenes taken directly from historic events, and all written from the ear of one of professional wrestling’s most keen minds.

Here’s what the man behind the “Heyman Hustle” has to say about the game, his new on-screen role with WWE, and whether we’ll see a Brock Lesnar versus CM Punk match in the near future.

ESPN Playbook: You are writing the scripts for “WWE 13,” but this isn’t the first time you’ve worked with THQ on a project. How did you help get Brock Lesnar in the game last year before he returned to the ring?

Paul Heyman: I brokered the deal. I got THQ in touch with Brock’s lawyers and helped broker the deal. It was one of those things where THQ had just featured Randy Savage and the Ultimate Warrior and they were looking for another huge name that could be a special attraction for the game. So when they asked me my opinion, besides the fact that I’m so tight with him, Brock Lesnar was pushing huge numbers in UFC and had an obvious connection to WWE. I just thought, “Hey, here is a guy WWE fans would love to see again.” But at the time, it was unfathomable that Brock Lesnar would ever even be back in a WWE ring, so the whole concept was, if you ever want to see Brock Lesnar back in a WWE ring, you have to do it in “WWE 12” because there ain’t no way it’s ever going to happen any way else. But as it turned out, it foreshadowed what ended up becoming the major event in 2012 anyway.

Do you think Brock’s involvement in the video game actually helped smooth out the relationship between him and WWE, actually enabling him to come back this year?

You know, it’s very funny, but I don’t think there’s any such thing as a burned bridge in business, especially when it comes to Vince McMahon. Vince McMahon can end up in a federal lawsuit with you where there is mudslinging back and forth that makes the front page of The Wall Street Journal, and if tomorrow he figures out a way where the company can benefit from your involvement, you will be at a negotiating table with him at lunch. He takes nothing personally, unless he is in the middle of the fight with you. But the moment that fight becomes counterproductive to his business, and that he can make more money with you than against you, then he wants you in the fold. Pure business. And if there’s anything that’s a perfect example of that, it’s the fact that Brock and I are both back in WWE right now.
I never thought I’d see you back.

I never thought I’d go back, no way, and neither did Brock. I just got a text from Brock (pulls out phone and shows a text from Brock Lesnar). Check this out, it’s a picture of Brock and I in WWE and the text says: “Look at us, here’s a picture of us in WWE ten years ago. Who would’ve ever thought we’d be back.” We constantly say it to each other, like, “Can you believe we’re doing this?” Who would’ve predicted this a year ago? No way. It’s one of those wild, crazy curves that life throws at you, but to do it, and to be having so much fun doing it, it’s something neither one of us could’ve envisioned.

Brock came back and fought Cena, then had his epic battle against Triple H. Where does he go from here? How many more matches can we expect?

There’s a lot of very diplomatic or hyperbolic answers that I can give you, and I think the most realistic answer, the most genuine and truthful answer I can give you is this: As long as Brock Lesnar is profitable for WWE, the WWE is going to make sure that it’s worth Brock Lesnar’s while to get him in the ring. There are offers he can’t refuse, and it’s up to him to live up to the numbers that so far in this economy on pay-per-view, only Brock Lesnar has been able to deliver.

Who would you like to see him in the ring with? I’d love to see how Dolph Ziggler would bump for a big guy like Brock.

I would too. The thing about Brock has always been, who can push Brock to a level where you actually get to see the best of Brock Lesnar, because very rarely have people ever gotten a chance to see that. I mean, really, who can keep up with him? This is not wrestling hype, he’s a once-in-a-lifetime athlete. He won the NCAA Division 1 heavyweight championship, so he’s a great amateur wrestler. He was the WWE heavyweight champion, so he’s a great showman and entertainer. He was the UFC heavyweight champion. People can debate his legacy in UFC all they want, but he beat Randy Couture. He crushed Frank Mir. He ended Heath Herring’s career. Shane Carwin was a first-round terminator that no one could touch until Brock choked him out after surviving a beating nobody else could have ever survived from Shane Carwin. So I think his legacy proves that he’s a once-in-a-lifetime athlete, and when he’s pushed, he delivers moments in the ring that nobody else on the planet can deliver.

Even though you’re currently representing both CM Punk and Brock Lesnar on the show, do you see a day down the road where the two of them will have a match?

I don’t know. I don’t know the dynamic of that match because they are two such different styles of professional wrestling. Brock is an explosive MMA-style fighter who brings with him the element of UFC into the ring with him now. And while Punk has trained in Brazilian jiu-jitsu, he is more the equivalent of the modern 60-minute man. Punk is the updated version of what Ric Flair and Ricky Steamboat and Jack Brisco and Terry Funk and the NWA champions of old used to bring to the table in that you can put anybody in the ring with CM Punk at any time and you can say, “Main event for me tonight,” and he will turn to you and tell you that the people are going to go home happy because he’s going to give them their money’s worth. So there’s a very big and different dynamic between Brock Lesnar and CM Punk, almost like we’re talking about two different genres within the same category of professional wrestling/sports entertainment.

The “WWE 13” video game is all about the Attitude Era, and one of the era’s biggest stars, The Rock, is eyeing a match against Punk at the Royal Rumble. What do you think will happen if Punk gets the chance to square off against “The Great One”?

I think it’s very interesting to see Punk and The Rock get it on at the Rumble, because I think the question with Punk has always been "Wow, I wonder what would happen if this guy had been in the Attitude Era?" I think the question is really, how much would he have dominated the Attitude Era? I just look at Punk and he’s a chameleon. He adapts to whatever surrounding he is in. When Punk gets into the ring with Daniel Bryan, you’re going to see a classic wrestling match, the likes of which nobody can compete with today. When Punk gets into the ring with a Mick Foley or a Mankind from the Attitude Era, you would see a brawl, the likes of which no one would be able to compete. When Punk gets into the ring with Rey Mysterio, you get to see a lucha-style match in the modern-day style that nobody else can compete with. So I think The Rock is looking to have an Attitude Era-style fight with CM Punk, and I think Punk is going to show The Rock that the style has evolved over the past 12 years, and if The Rock is coming to rep the Attitude Era, it’s going to be treated like the Hall of Fame exhibit it’s supposed to be.

Going even further back and into your old ECW days, is there anybody who surprised you by how big they blew up when they left for a bigger promotion, or on the flip side, somebody who you thought might be a star but never made it in WCW or WWE?

No, because I pretty much had a handle on how we were protecting some of our guys, and on the ones we were pushing, it was obvious who was going to be a star. When we did the Mick Foley interviews that ended up being his launching pad to becoming the WWE champion, you could just tell for years that Mick had that magic inside him, and the same for Steve Austin. And for the guys who ended up going to WCW or WWE and didn’t quite make it, I knew because these were characters who were created in our shop, so to speak, and when you take them out of that element and you don’t have Dr. Frankenstein protecting the monster, the villagers are going to burn them at the stake.

So when you think back, how much of WWE’s Attitude Era is owed to what you were already doing in ECW?

Everything! It’s funny, because when you interview writers from that era, they will blatantly tell you that they’d watch ECW television, get ideas, sit on those ideas for a couple of months, then pitch them to Vince and say “Hey, I got this great idea for The Undertaker and The Big Show where they go through a ring,” failing to mention that they saw Taz and Bam Bam Bigelow do it in Asbury Park.

Vince McMahon became a billionaire based on Attitude, and Attitude was spawned by the ECW experience. If I could give you one sound bite, one headline, it’s this: Vince McMahon might not proclaim himself to be a Paul Heyman guy, but he sure should.

Tuesday, October 9, 2012

Backstage Fallout: Raw: Oct. 8, 2012


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Mr. McMahon vs. CM Punk: Raw, Oct. 8, 2012


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Daniel Bryan Talks To Larry King: Raw, Oct. 8, 2012


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Eve vs. Kaitlyn: Raw, Oct. 8, 2012


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Zack Ryder & Santino Marella vs. Team Rhodes Scholars: 10.8.12


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Larry King Interviews The Miz & Kofi Kingston


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Alberto Del Rio Doesn't Care About Twitter


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Sheamus vs. Wade Barrett: Raw, Oct. 8, 2012


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Team Hell No vs. Alberto Del Rio & Dolph Ziggler: Raw, Oct. 8, 2012


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Ryback vs. Primo & Epico: Oct. 8, 2012


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Tyson Kidd vs. Antonio Cesaro: Raw, Oct. 8, 2012


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CM Punk Slaps Vince McMahon, Insults Stone Cold Steve Austin


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Rey Mysterio & Sin Cara vs. Primetime Players 10.8.12


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CM Punk At His DVD Premiere


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R-Truth vs. Brodus Clay: Raw, Oct. 8, 2012


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Fan Supposedly Struck By CM Punk Talks

Aces & 8s Kidnap Joseph Park


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Miss Tessmacher & ODB vs. Gail Kim & Tara (Oct. 4, 2012)


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Gunner vs. Mr. Anderson (Oct. 4, 2012)


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Rob Van Dam vs. Samoa Joe (Oct. 4, 2012)


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Kurt Angle vs. Chavo Guerrero (Oct. 4, 2012)


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Zema Ion vs. Douglas Williams (Oct. 4, 2012)


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King Mo Debuts In TNA


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Austin Aries vs. Jeff Hardy vs. Bully Ray (Oct. 4, 2012)


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Bully Ray Joins Sting To Battle Aces & 8s


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Saturday, October 6, 2012

WWE Releases Press Release About Daniel Bryan & Kane


The following has been by released by WWE:

Event: WWE/NXT Live Event
Date: October 11, 2012 - 5:45 p.m.
Location: Full Sail Live


Description:

WWE Tag Team Champions Kane and Daniel Bryan will be at the next WWE/NXT event at Full Sail Live, along with the WWE Divas and WWE Hall of Famer Jim Ross calling all of the action. Doors open at 5:45 p.m., and the event starts at 6:30. WWE and Full Sail University will be videotaping this event. During the event, a selection of local area specialty food trucks will be on site, so come hungry. Food truck service begins at 5 p.m.

Tickets:

Free to students, 2 tickets maximum, with Full Sail I.D. (limited supply)
$5.00 for Full Sail staff with Full Sail I.D.
$10.00 for General Admission tickets
Tickets are available (on a first come, first serve basis) at the Full Sail Live Box Office during these times:

Monday, October 8 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. and 4 p.m. to 7 p.m.
Tuesday, October 9 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. and 4 p.m. to 7 p.m.
Wednesday, October 10 from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m.

Santino's Foreign Exchange: #36


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CM Punk vs. Dolph Ziggler: Smackdown 10.5.12


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Sheamus vs. The Miz: SmackDown 10.5.12


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Layla vs. Alicia Fox: SmackDown 10.5.12


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Ryback vs. Primo: SmackDown 10.5.12


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Kofi Kingston & R-Truth vs. Primetime Players: Smackdown 10.5.12


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Monday, October 1, 2012

Ryback, CM Punk, & Jim Ross Segment From Raw


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The Miz vs. Zack Ryder: Oct. 1, 2012


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Tensai vs. Ryback: Oct. 1, 2012


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Damien Sandow vs. Sheamus: Oct. 1, 2012


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Heath Slater vs. Santino Marella: Oct. 1, 2012


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JBL At The Peak Of Mount Kilimanjaro


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VIDEO: Jeff Hardy Will Fight Austin Aries For The TNA Title


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WWE En EspaƱol: 28 de Septiembre


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WWE Download with Dolph Ziggler: #36


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Randy Orton vs. Big Show: Smackdown 9.28.12


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Ryback vs. Tensai: Smackdown 9.28.12


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Rhodes Scholars vs. The Usos: Smackdown 9.28.12


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MizTV Featuring Sheamus


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Zack Ryder vs. Wade Barrett: Smackdown 9.28.12


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Natalya vs. Beth Phoenix: Smackdown 9.28.12


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Santino Marella vs. Antonio Cesaro: US Title 9.28.12


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Kofi Kingston vs. Dolph Ziggler: Superstars 9.27.12


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Michael McGillicutty vs. Ted DiBiase: Superstars 9.27.12


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Layla vs. Eve: Superstars 9.27.12


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Heath Slater vs. Yoshi Tatsu: Superstars 9.27.12


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WWE Posts Video On Dory Funk, Jr.


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WWE Are You Serious: #35


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Santino's Foreign Exchange: #35


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Backstage Fallout: September 28, 2012


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