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Posted On February 27, 2012By Daniel PenaIn News

Clay Advertised For Tonight’s Raw, WWE Highlights Ex-Diva

– is advertising Brodus Clay for tonight’s Raw SuperShow event at the Rose Garden in Portland, Oregon. The Funkasaurus returned to action at this past weekend’s Raw live event tour; he squashed David Otunga in the opening contest of all three shows. The Wrestling Observer reports he was removed from television due to Vince McMahon’s unhappiness with his ring work. — Former WWE Women’s Champion Melina has been announced for The Big Event 2 taking place March 10 at the LaGuardia Courtyard Marriott 9010 Ditmars Blvd East Elmhurst, NewRead More

Posted On January 3, 2012By Daniel PenaIn News

Update On Rob Van Dam Possibly Returning To WWE

Regarding the online rumor of Rob Van Dam returning to WWE, Power Slam confirms in their latest issue that RVD is seriously considering returning to the organization once his contract with TNA Wrestling expires. The magazine adds that the feeling is mutual as people in WWE want the master of the Five-Star Frog Splash back. “RVD from what we’re told would receive a warm welcome in WWE,” the magazine says. Providing that no contract extension has been reached since his arrival to TNA Wrestling in March 2010, it would appearRead More
Vickie Guerrero spoke to Kevin Eck of the Baltimore Sun to promote tomorrow night’s WWE Capitol Punishment pay-per-view event in Washington D.C. as well as Monday’s Raw in Baltimore, Maryland. She discussed numerous topics including how her recognizable catchphrase came out, Eddie Guerrero’s influence on her career, her significant weight loss, her weight being lampooned on WWE programming, and more. Guerrero reveals that her trademark saying, “Excuse Me!”, came by accident one night at a television event. “That was just a fluke,” Guerrero says. “I think I probably forgot myRead More
Stephanie McMahon, who now works for WWE in an executive capacity, is not ruling out a return to television. “If there is a demand for it, I will be there,” McMahon told Baltimore Sun writer Kevin Eck in an interview at Friday’s “BA STAR” launch in Washington, D.C. Sans a one-off appearance in November making light of Linda McMahon’s failed Senate campaign, she has not appeared as an on-screen character since March 2009. McMahon also noted that she watched Triple H’s match against The Undertaker at WrestleMania XXVII from theRead More