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RAW General Manager AJ Lee spoke with IGN this week to promote SummerSlam, WWE’s new Scooby Doo movie and more. Here are some highlights: IGN TV: So you and I were joking on Twitter about the idea of “AJ’s Rock ‘n’ Wrestling”… but you’re actually going to be animated! AJ Lee: Yes, yes! And I knew that, and so that’s why I was like, “Oh, I like it…” But yeah, I’m so excited. We actually did all the voices today. And that was hilarious because all of us were inRead More
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Posted On August 13, 2012By PWMania.com StaffIn News

Eve Not Impressed With AJ As Raw GM, Main Event For Raw In Nashville

- In an interview with IGN, WWE Diva Eve Torres was asked about her thoughts on new Raw General Manager AJ Lee. “I’m not impressed,” Eve admitted. “I think she is not fit for the job, and I think you need a strong, intelligent, beautiful woman to have that job — and that’s me. I have the experience, I have the expertise, I was executive administrator for many months and I should be the next one in that role. So I’m not okay with it, and we’ll go from there.”Read More
- Dolph Ziggler spoke with IGN.com to promote Monday’s 1,000th RAW episode. Here are some highlights: IGN: Last time I spoke to you, it was before your Royal Rumble WWE Championship match against CM Punk. You lost that match, but this time around you’ve got something big to brag about as a Money in the Bank match winner from last Sunday’s Pay Per View. How does it feel? Dolph Ziggler: To be honest, it’s hard to explain. Everyone in that match, and in every Money in the Bank Ladder MatchRead More
CM Punk recently spoke with IGN.com, discussing his drive, people thinking he would fail and much more.Read More

Posted On May 21, 2012By Owen PattersonIn News

Stephanie McMahon Excited About Raw Going Three-Hours, More

Eric Goldman of IGN.com spoke with Stephanie McMahon at the USA Upfronts last week where RAW going three-hours permanently was announced. Stephanie told IGN that WWE is excited about the challenges of filling an extra hour of content each week: “It’s going to be the first-ever regularly scheduled three-hour program on television and I think we’ve got a pretty good handle on it thus far! You know, we do a three hour show called a Pay-Per-View almost every month and Monday Night RAW, we’ve done three hours before, so weRead More
- Daniel Bryan recently spoke with IGN to promote tonight’s WWE Over the Limit pay-per-view, where he will challenge WWE Champion CM Punk. Here are some highlights: IGN: Those of us who anticipated you becoming a World Champion in the WWE expected you to be having matches with guys like CM Punk. Guys similar to your stature. Did you ever think that your very first championship feuds would be against guys like Big Show and Mark Henry? Bryan: No, I never thought that if I was going to be theRead More
- WWE will be returning to the Pepsi Center in Denver, Colorado for the Raw Supershow on Monday, July 9th, 2012. This will be the first televised event that WWE has booked at the Pepsi Center since the “Denver Debacle” in 2009. – John Cena recently spoke to IGN.com and was asked about The Miz starring in The Marine 3. “I think it’s going to be great,” Cena said. “The franchise stands alone. I actually thought Ted DiBiase did a really good job in Marine 2. I know it wasRead More

Posted On October 13, 2011By PWMania.com StaffIn News

Steve Austin & Brock Lesnar’s Verbal Battle Continues

Steve Austin and Brock Lesnar’s war of words continues. After calling out Steve Austin earlier this week for ducking him back in 2002 when they were supposed to work together in WWE, Lesnar intensified his comments about Austin during an interview with IGN.com: “There’s a guy that’s been on a winning streak for a long time that somebody needs to step up to the plate and finish the winning streak. But then there’s another side of me that says if there was a chance for me to come back toRead More

Posted On October 11, 2011By Daniel PenaIn News

Brock Lesnar On Whether He Will Ever Appear For WWE Again

Promoting his inclusion in THQ’s WWE ’12 video game, Brock Lesnar participated in an interview with IGN.com to discuss WWE related topics. Lesnar explains why he agreed to be included in the game. “It’s one of those things where… it’s part of my history. Without the WWE, I probably wouldn’t be where I am today,” he said via e-mail. “I wouldn’t have the high visibility, I wouldn’t have had the leverage to come into the UFC. I would have had to do it all on my own. I’m no idiotRead More

Posted On July 21, 2011By Daniel PenaIn News

CM Punk Crashes San Diego Comic-Con, Confronts Triple H

CM Punk crashed the joint Mattel/WWE panel—WWE: Past, Present and Future—this afternoon at the San Diego Comic-Con, featuring Triple H, Rey Mysterio and WWE Hall of Famer Bret Hart. Punk announced himself via bullhorn and then, with the WWE Championship in hand, sauntered to the designated question-asking microphone and began to speak. The Straight Edge Superstar took exception to WWE attempting to crown a new champion on Raw and then challenged Mysterio, or anyone else who wanted to be champ, to head out to Chicago to take him on. PunkRead More

Posted On March 30, 2011By Owen PattersonIn News

WWE All Stars Video Game Review: IGN.com Gives It A 7.0

Video game website IGN.com has posted their official review of the new WWE All Stars video game, now available at Amazon.com for around $50. Here are IGN reviewer Greg Miller’s ratings for the game (out of 10): Presentation: (7.0) – The colors and Fantasy Warfare videos set an awesome stage, but some slowdown after matches, long loads, and the lack of a tutorial steal the thunder. Graphics: (8.5) – I truly dig the bright, action figure visuals. It gives WWE All Stars a distinct style. Sound: (7.5) – Commentary fromRead More
IGN.com features an interview with multi-time WWE Women’s Champion Trish Stratus promoting the USA Network’s revival of Tough Enough, who appears as a trainer on the show. She notes that many of the contestants have previous wrestling experience. “A lot of the contestants have a background,” Stratus said. “They come from wrestling backgrounds. They’ve been doing it for a few years, but it’s an entirely different thing to be doing it on the big stage and to do it professionally and to do it with the grind of the bigRead More

Posted On March 14, 2011By PWMania.com StaffIn News

Steve Austin Talks Retirement, Tough Enough & More

WWE Hall of Famer “Stone Cold” Steve Austin spoke to IGN.com recently. Here are some highlights of what Austin said about: Working Last Week’s RAW: “I didn’t get a chance to do exactly everything that I wanted to do because I wanted to give the fans so much more, and they expected more,” Austin told Matt Fowler of IGN.com in an interview promoting the upcoming season of “Tough Enough” Austin will be hosting. Staying Retired & Working Tough Enough: “I’m close enough — I’m as close as I want toRead More

Posted On February 17, 2011By Owen PattersonIn News

More Names Announced For WWE’s New All Stars Video Game

On Thursday morning, video game website IGN.com revealed several new playable characters for the upcoming WWE All Stars video game, in stores at the end of next month. Here are the newly announced characters: Legends: – Eddie Guerrero – Jake “The Snake” Roberts – “Rowdy” Roddy Piper – Sgt. Slaughter Superstars: – Edge – Jack Swagger – Kane Downloadable Charactrs: – Dusty Rhodes – Cody Rhodes – Hawk – Animal More new characters will be announced next Thursday. For a complete list of the characters arleady announced for the game,Read More

Posted On November 19, 2010By PWMania.com StaffIn News

Wade Barrett Speaks On Survivor Series, Wasteland, Fighting

Nexus leader Wade Barrett was interviewed this week by IGN to promote Sunday’s WWE Survivor Series pay-per-view. You can read the full interview at IGN.com. Here are some highlights of what Barrett said about: His Experience As A Bare Knuckle Boxer In The UK: “Yeah, that’s something I started doing in my early 20′s. I used to live in Liverpool and I knew some people who were involved in that world. They made me an offer to do some fighting for them. It was something that wasn’t strictly legal. ItRead More