John Cena vs. Brock Lesnar Hype On WWE Raw, New Hire Helping With WWE Network Sales, More
- Brock Lesnar is not being advertised for tonight’s RAW but we know that his SummerSlam opponent John Cena will be returning. We can expect some promos between Cena and Paul Heyman when Lesnar isn’t booked. Heyman tweeted the following today:
— Paul Heyman (@HeymanHustle) July 28, 2014
– WWE announced today that Barry McMullin is their new Senior Vice President of Sales & Partnership Marketing. McMullin has previously worked for the Professional Bull Riders, Inc., the NBA, the Salt Lake City organizing committee for the 2002 Olympic Winter Games and others. He will report directly to WWE Chief Revenue & Marketing Officer Michelle Wilson. McMullin will be responsible for providing a strategic vision for WWE’s global sales operation and WWE Network sales strategies, as well as ensuring revenue growth is aligned with company objectives.
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– WWE’s website has posted a new clip from their upcoming Paul Heyman DVD where Heyman talks about the influence that “Ravishing” Rick Rude had on his career.