Alex Greenfield Tag

– WWE has published the first episode of Superstar Toyz, which features Alberto Del Rio on a luxury car shopping spree. — RingBellesOnline.com conducted an interview with former WWE writer Alex Greenfield regarding his role as producer of the memorable storyline between Trish Stratus and Mickie James. The synopsis reads: “From October 2005 through April 2006, Alex Greenfield was the producer of all the angles/promos in the feud, and in this unique episode of the Podcast, he guides us through the twists, turns, shrines and kisses of the angle fromRead More

Posted On February 9, 2011By Keelan BaldersonIn News

Vince Upset At Raw, Ex-Creative Do MMA Show, Cole vs Lawler?

- According to the Wrestling Observer Vince McMahon wasn’t in a very good mood backstage at Monday’s Raw. He was annoyed that the crowd was dead for his segment, and was also not pleased when R-Truth called out the wrong town name. – Former WWE creative members Court Bauer, Alex Greenfield and Chris DeJoseph are working on a reality show with MMA star Frank Shamrock, entitled “Ungloved”. In an episode they filmed on Monday, Shamrock lobbied politicians about getting MMA sanctioned by the New York State Athletic Commission. – ThereRead More

Posted On February 8, 2011By PWMania.com StaffIn News

Former WWE Writers Working On New Reality Show

Former WWE writers, Court Bauer, Alex Greenfield, and Chris DeJoseph are currently in New York City taping for a new reality show project called “Ungloved”. The show features Frank Shamrock as he tries to get MMA legalized in NYC. You can follow the project on Twitter @ungloved.Read More

Posted On February 3, 2011By PWMania.com StaffIn News

Austin Meeting With WWE Today, Ex-WWE Writers Join Twitter

- Two former members of WWE’s creative team have joined Twitter. Chris DeJoseph, probably best (or worst) known as Big Dick Johnson, can be followed on Twitter at @chrisdejoseph. He departed from WWE in November noted Twitter this week that he will be available for interviews after March 10th. Another former WWE writer, Alex Greenfield, can be followed at @alexdgreenfield. He was hired by WWE back in 2005 and worked for the company for about two years. – WWE Hall of Famer “Stone Cold” Steve Austin wrote on Twitter thatRead More