Sweet Chin Music Tag

The box art cover for WWE’s “The 50 Greatest Finishing Moves In WWE History” has been released over at Amazon.com. The 3-Disc DVD and 2-Disc Blu-ray is set for an August 21, 2012 release. Shawn Michaels performing the “Sweet Chin Music” is the main feature on the artwork. Other stars featured on the cover doing their finishing moves are, Triple H doing the “Pedigree”, Undertaker hitting the “Tombstone”, Rey Mysterio doing his “619″, and Stone Cold Steve Austin with his trademark “Stunner”. Here is the official description of the title:Read More
- Fan reports from Friday’s RAW live event in Glens Falls and Saturday’s event in Syracuse say that John Cena appeared out of it, uninterested, tired and out of energy. Cena defeated The Miz on Friday and Dolph Ziggler on Saturday. – WWE United States Champion Santino Marella and Hornswoggle will be appearing at the Steiner Sports Store in Garden City, New York on June 16th from 2-4pm. Advance ticket purchase is suggested. – WWEDVDNews reports that the sole extra on WWE’s Extreme Rules 2012 DVD will be a MattRead More

Posted On March 27, 2012By PWMania.com StaffIn News

DX Return, DDP Backstage At Last Night’s Raw, JBL Talks HOF

- JBL wrote the following about inducting Ron Simmons into the WWE Hall of Fame this weekend: “There’s only two problems with me inducting Ron into HOF this weekend in Miami. Do you really think Miami is read for an APA reunion and I better have an hour to tell all the stories I want to tell about our travels!! Seriously, one of greatest honors of my life-can’t wait to induct my best friend!” - Diamond Dallas Page was reportedly backstage at last night’s WWE RAW Supershow from Atlanta. -Read More
– WWE’s three-disc DVD set highlighting the best of SmackDown in 2010 and late 2009, Smackdown: The Best of 2009-2010, is officially released today. To view a clip from the DVD of Shawn Michaels delivering Sweet Chin Music to The Undertaker, click here. — This week’s episode of Monday Night Raw drew a a 3.07 cable rating, averaging 4.64 million viewers over the course of two hours. While the rating is slightly down from last week’s 3.7, overall viewership was up from 4.47 million viewers. The show drew hours ofRead More