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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
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- After the recent angles on RAW with Brock Lesnar and Triple H, there has been a lot of speculation about Shawn Michaels coming out of retirement and wrestling another match against either Lesnar or Triple H. Sources report that there are no plans and no talks going on about Shawn wrestling. He is just working the angle to help WWE. – WWE NXT star Corey Graves apparently had to get staples in his forehead after last night’s NXT live event in Tampa, Florida. We’re waiting on more details. –Read More
EVOLVE has just released two new, must see, very professional, first class videos in anticipation of this weekend’s live iPPVs on Friday in Charlotte, NC and Saturday in Concord, NC. Both live iPPVs can be seen at www.WWNLive.com with three pricing options to fit your budget. You can pre-order now. Here are the videos: Jon Davis talks respect, Fit Finlay and Low Ki in anticipation of the make or break weekend of his career: A look at the almost one year long violent feud between Sami Callihan and AR Fox:Read More

Posted On January 23, 2012By PWMania.com StaffIn News

Update On Matt Hardy & Giants Girl, Low Ki’s ECW Arena Knockout

– On Saturday night, January 14th, the EVOLVE promotion ran what is believed to be the final professional wrestling event ever to be held at the old ECW arena. In the opening moments of the first match of the evening, Low Ki knocked his opponent unconscious with a stiff kick to the head. Gabe Sapolsky had this to say to Paul Heyman’s HeymanHustle.com about the situation: “From the very beginning of the day, Low Ki was high strung and it seemed like he was walking into an Octagon and notRead More

Posted On July 5, 2011By PWMania.com StaffIn News

Low-Ki Interview: His TNA Return, Why It Didn’t Work In WWE

Former two-time TNA X-Division Champion, former Ring of Honor World Champion, & former WWE Superstar, Low-Ki, was the featured guest on this week’s live edition of the award-winning Monday Night Mayhem. You can feel The Mayhem live every Monday evening at Mondaynightmayhem.com. Here are some highlights from the interview: His mindset leading into his Ultimate X Contract Match at TNA/Impact Wrestling’s Destination X Pay-Per-View: “My mindset is go hard or go home…that simple. Same mindset I had going into NXT. I don’t see myself as a trial guy, although that’sRead More

Posted On June 28, 2011By PWMania.com StaffIn News

*Spoilers* Impact Wrestling Taping Results For 6/30

TNA taped the June 30th edition of Impact Wrestling from Universal Studios in Orlando, Florida. Thanks to Rob for providing us with updates. Below are full results: Impact Wrestling (Airing Thursday June 30th): * Samoa Joe beat Devon in what was a Bound For Glory Series match * Segment with Mr. Anderson and Hulk Hogan. Sting interrupts, hit Hogan with the bat and played the Joker role. * The returning Low-Ki beat Jimmy Wang Yang and Matt Bentley in a three-way. * The British Invasion turn face on Mexican AmericaRead More

Posted On January 31, 2011By Daniel PenaIn News

WWE Leaving The Door Open For Kaval, Spokesman Comments

The New York Daily News features a profile on Brooklyn native Brandon Silvestry (a/k/a Kaval and Low-Ki) focusing on his tenure with World Wrestling Entertainment and “underdog” demeanor. The article suggests that Silvestry was surprised by WWE notifying him of his release from the organization on December 23, which he dubbed a “Christmas present. Silverstry, however, has indicated in recent interviews that it was his decision to part ways with the organization. “It was a mutual parting of the ways,” said a WWE spokesman to the New York Daily News.Read More

Posted On January 20, 2011By Owen PattersonIn News

Low Ki Talks About Politics In WWE, Asking For His Release & More

Former WWE wrestler Low-Ki was interviewed this week by Darren Wood of Slam Wrestling. Here are some highlights of what Low Ki said about: His WWE Release: “I can’t comment on other guys who have left or wanted their release. But if you’re not happy there then just leave, simple as that. I’ve had a good relationship with them [WWE] the entire time I was there regardless of what people may think. I have always had strong relationships everywhere I have gone; there are no bad feelings from either end.”Read More

Posted On January 20, 2011By Keelan BaldersonIn News

Low-Ki Says One Man Makes The Decisions In WWE

Former WWE star Kaval recently sat down with SLAM! Wrestling and discussed the reasons why he left the company. “People have to be very careful when they refer to the company not doing much with a certain talent,” he explained. “There is only one man who makes decisions, he says yes or no and that needs to be made clear. I’m not going to even mention his name but the company has their own view on who is going to be a star or not.” He continued: “I asked forRead More
– Newspaper ads for the Feb. 1 SmackDown live event at the Nassau Coliseum in Uniondale, New York solely feature John Cena. — WWE returns to the JQH Arena in Springfield, Missouri for a Raw live event on Mar. 11, 2011 at 7:30 p.m. Tickets go on sale Jan. 14, 2011 at 10:00 a.m. — Following his release from WWE earlier today, Low Ki indicated on Twitter that Kaval is ‘no more’. “Regardless of the current situation, I only move forward,” he wrote. “Kaval is no more. The return ofRead More
– Torrie Wilson is auctioning off several clothing items from her time in WWE including bikinis and boots. To view her items, click here. — Many within WWE feel that Triple H won’t go back on a full-time wrestling schedule upon his return to the ring as he’s transitioning into a corporate position with the organization. He’s had more authority at events in recent weeks. — Charlie Haas took to Twitter to comment on Kaval’s release from WWE today, calling the organization ‘classless’. He wrote: “Sorry to hear the newsRead More