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Posted On April 11, 2012By PWMania.com StaffIn News

Tito Ortiz Interested In Working For WWE, Lashley, Foley-Ambrose

- Bobby Lashley will face James Thompson on May 6th for the Super Fight League in New Delhi, India. – Karyn Bryant from MMAHeat.com is in Sweden for the UFC event there this weekend. She interviewed MMA veteran Tito Ortiz earlier and said that during the interview, Ortiz hinted at a career with WWE once his UFC contract is up. – As noted before, WWE writer Ed Koskey was watching the Dean Ambrose and Mick Foley confrontation in Miami during WrestleMania 28 weekend as it happened. PWInsider reports that KoskeyRead More

Posted On April 6, 2012By PWMania.com StaffIn News

Wade Barrett’s Return To Action, Morale Down With WWE Writers

- WWE is looking at doing a new one-hour Spanish language TV show. No other details are available yet.   – Look for Wade Barrett to return to action in August after having shoulder surgery. We noted before that WWE is planing on pushing Barrett and may be holding the Money in the Bank ladder match at SummerSlam so Barrett can win it and hold the briefcase for a title shot.   – Morale is said to be low among some of the WWE writers after some were not invitedRead More

Posted On April 4, 2012By PWMania.com StaffIn News

WWE & FCW Setting Up Angle With Mick Foley?, Video Included

FCW standout Dean Ambrose confronted Mick Foley at a hotel in Miami during WrestleMania 28 weekend.   The exchange was apparently arranged by WWE. We don’t know if it will be used for something when Ambrose comes to the main roster or if it’s some kind of FCW angle. We do know that WWE writer Ed Koskey was watching the whole thing and taking notes.   Ambrose had a promo work and a tryout match against JTG at this week’s RAW in Miami and defeated Ezekiel Jackson in a dark matchRead More

Posted On July 11, 2011By PWMania.com StaffIn News

Major Change To SmackDown’s Creative Team

Former WWE creative team member Court Bauer wrote on Twitter account yesterday that Ed Koskey has been promoted to the head writer of Smackdown. Koskey is replacing Michael Hayes, who was the head writer of SmackDown for several years. Hayes will be scaling back his duties on the creative end and will focus on managing WWE’s agents/producers.Read More