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Posted On February 3, 2012By Daniel PenaIn News

Jericho Expected To Leave Soon, HHH Has Twitter Downplayed

– Jacques Rougeau has been very pleased with the reception for his French-language autobiography. “The book is doing marvellous, it really is,” he told SLAM! Wrestling, noting that 2,500 of the 3,000 printed have been sold. The former WWE Superstar is scheduled to appear at book fairs through April, in New Brunswick and throughout Quebec. He hopes to have it released in English within the next two months. — In a stark contrast to recent weeks, Twitter was severely downplayed on Monday’s Raw SuperShow. reports Triple H advised theRead More

Posted On November 3, 2011By Daniel PenaIn News

News On Maryse’s WWE Release, Has Sights Set On Playboy

Though Maryse Ouellet’s release from WWE last Friday came as a surprise to many of her peers, a friend close to the New Brunswick native wasn’t taken aback since she lost interest in performing for the sports entertainment organization over the past year and was enjoying her extended time off. The split was largely mutually since Ouellet had asked to be let out of her contract and WWE no longer had creative plans for her. WWE’s decision to cut ties with Ouellet was also fueled by the expectation that unlikeRead More

Posted On September 15, 2011By StaffIn News

WWE Trademark Updates, Recent WWE Attendance, WWE Tryout

- WWE has been unable to trademark the name Jack Swagger because a singer from the band Machine 22 in Minneapolis, MN uses the same name. On a related note, WWE has been working on trademarking the name “The Network” – a name that they were going to use for the original Nexus at one point. – Here are some recent WWE attendance figures: * RAW on September 9th in Barrie, Ontario drew 2,100 fans for $71,000. * RAW on September 10th in London, Ontario drew 4,000 fans for $160,000.Read More

Posted On September 12, 2011By Daniel PenaIn News

SmackDown Stars Scheduled For Raw, Hunt With Shawn Michaels

– Shawn Michaels is asking fans on Twitter to “Like” the Activision Hunts page on Facebook and say in a post they were sent by him. One person will win a chance to hunt with the WWE Hall of Famer this week in New York City as he promotes Activision’s Dangerous Hunts video game. — The death of midget wrestling star Little Tokyo (Shigeri Akabane) will be mentioned in this week’s issue of Sports Illustrated. He died last Tuesday of a heart attack in St. Joseph, Missouri at the ageRead More