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- WWE’s recent tour of Australia was a huge success with three shows bringing in $3.3 million. They had near sellouts in Sydney and Melbourne. – Key stock analyst Richard Ingrassia of Roth Capital Partners recommends buying WWE stock because of pay-per-view numbers increasing 37% in the second quarter. Ingrassia cites WWE’s use of social media as the reason for the increase. He also noted that WWE should gain popularity based on the new Main Event show for Ion, the Saturday Morning Slam show on CW and the third extraRead More
- Word is that WWE Diva Cameron was sent home from WWE’s Australian tour that wrapped Saturday. She worked Thursday’s live event in Brisbane before word really got out about her arrest. She did not work Friday’s show in Sydney or Saturday’s show in Melbourne. – Kelly Kelly is reportedly back on good terms with WWE but has not signed a contract extension. – Wade Barrett was advertised to face Alberto Del Rio and Sheamus at Saturday night’s SmackDown live event in Des Moines, Iowa. The main event turned outRead More
- WWE Tag Team Champions Kofi Kingston and R-Truth held an anti-bullying rally in Sydney, Australia on Friday. Kofi Kingston told the kids that he used to be a bully in school. He said: “I’m not going to lie, I used to be a bully, when I was your age, I wanted to fit in and be in with the cool crowd. I would come home crying to my mom every day because she named me Kofi and people were making fun of my name and I wanted to beRead More
- John Cena wrote the following about CM Punk after last night’s RAW: “I dont even know where to begin. The choices we make define our #legacy tonight the @wwe champ showed many things none have 2 do w #respect” – The WWE RAW crew is headed out to begin a quick international tour today. They will run in Brisbane, Australia on Thursday, Sydney on Friday and Melbourne on Saturday. – Hornswoggle and Cody Rhodes are doing local media in Green Bay this morning to promote tonight’s WWE SmackDown tapings.Read More

Posted On November 29, 2011By StaffIn News

Bruce Springsteen Has A Problem With WWE

Bruce Springsteen has a problem that involves WWE. The music icon recently announced a world tour, however, rumored dates of Australia conflict with next summer’s WWE European tour. Here are the rumored dates for Springsteen: AUGUST 27 – Entertainment Centre, Brisbane, QLD 28 – Entertainment Centre, Brisbane, QLD 31 – Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne, VIC SEPTEMBER 1 – Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne, VIC 5 – Allphones Arena, Sydney, NSW 6 – Allphones Arena, Sydney, NSW 8 – Vector Arena, Auckland, NZ Below are the confirmed WWE Raw World Tour dates:Read More

Posted On July 12, 2011By StaffIn News

John Cena Interview; Wants Anti-Cena Crowd In Chicago

John Cena was recently interviewed by The Chicago Tribune, and discussed his upcoming match with CM Punk at Money in the Bank. He also discusses the notoriously anti-Cena crowd in Chicago: “Chicago fans greeted me with a ‘(Expletive) you, Cena’ chant,” Cena said recently over the phone from Sydney, Australia, where WWE was touring at the time. “Chicago fans cheer and boo who they want. They’re great fans whether they like me or not. They show you how they feel. I don’t like crowds that sit on their hands.Read More

Posted On December 7, 2010By StaffIn News

WWE Announces 2011 Australia & New Zealand Dates

WWE has announced that it will be touring Australia and New Zealand in the summer of 2011, and below are the full list of dates: -July 1st – Acer Arena in Sydney, Australia -July 2nd – Rod Laver Arena in Melbourne, Australia -July 3rd – Burswood Dome in Perth, Australia -July 4th – Entertainment Centre in Adelaide, Australia -July 5th – Entertainment Centre in Brisbane, Australia -July 6th – Vector Arena in Auckland, New Zealand Tickets for these shows go on sale January 28th at 9am EST.Read More