– Madusa, who formerly appeared as Alundra Blayze from WWE, posted a photo on Facebook of a royalty check she recently received from her former employer. Her image post, which has since been deleted, suggested she received $305,563.46 for appearing on video releases sold between October 1, 2011 and December 31, 2011. She clarified the matter Tuesday night on Twitter by revealing that she actually received a small amount of compensation.
“Just to clear up the the royalty posting From WWE to me…. 1) i am not a liar it did come to me… Lol 2). It is the correct amount and did I post THAT was my total take? NO! Like any other entertainment company I got very little. However I am still making nice royalty checks, thank u WWE,” she wrote.
It is likely that the displayed monetary figures is WWE’s total revenue from the video titles during the three month period.
– WWE.com has released a new online game called “WWE’s Greatest Catches.” The description reads: “Throughout history, WWE Superstars have caught opponents off-guard with moves that must be seen to be believed. But which ring warrior made the greatest catch inside the squared circle? Choose now and play “WWE’s Greatest Catches,” one of two great new games brought to you by “Deadliest Catch” and Discovery Channel.”
– WWE officials were “thrilled” that Raw events trended on Twitter during the West Coast airing on USA Network Monday night. It was something that had never been done before.