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- NBC has decided against going forward with a drama pilot about 1980s professional wrestling involving Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson as an executive producer and Jerry Bruckheimer’s production company, reports PWInsider.com. The option for the series was not renewed last month. Since NBC purchased the series and guaranteed a pilot episode would air, the network is believed to have paid a penalty for dropping the project. – In Thursday’s birthdays, WWE Hall of Famer Wendi Richter turns 51-years-old, one-time WWE Divas Champion Jillian Hall turns 32, and Low Ki, winnerRead More

Posted On July 21, 2012By Owen PattersonIn News

Bret Hart To Accompany UFC Fighter, FCW Star Works WWE Event

- WWE Hall of Famer Bret Hart is scheduled to accompany UFC fighter Nick Ring to the cage for tonight’s UFC 149 event in Calgary. The fight will air on the FX prelims, not the actual pay-per-view. – FCW star Roman Leakee worked last night’s RAW live event in Jackson, Mississippi. He interrupted a heel promo by Curt Hawkins. Leakee went on to defeat Hawkins. – There was an incident at last night’s RAW live event in Jackson where the ring ropes broke during a The Miz vs. Santino MarellaRead More

Posted On June 11, 2012By PWMania.com StaffIn News, Videos

Video: UFC President Dana White Talks On Brock Lesnar Meeting

UFC President Dana White caught up with analyst Ariel Helwani after UFC on FX to discuss the incredible night of fights. Dana was very impressed by Demetrious Johnson and Erick Silva, among others. White also shared some very interesting news on Brock Lesnar.Read More

Posted On March 12, 2012By PWMania.com StaffIn News

WWE Sign Ex-Dragon Gate USA Wrestler, Smackdown Rating

Friday’s WWE Smackdown scored a 2.12 rating, which is up 1.97 rating that the show drew last week. Smackdown averaged 3.1 million viewers. Meanwhile, UFC’s debut of The Ultimate Fighter on FX drew a 0.94 rating with 1.28 million viewers. WWE have completed the signing of independent wrestler Brodie Lee (Jon Huber) to a developmental contract. Lee, who is a near-seven-foot-tall big man, is the latest wrestler who has worked for Dragon Gate USA to be signed by WWE.Read More