Author - Colin Vassallo

Spain to get 2 non-televised WWE live events in November

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WWE announced this week that it will be returning to Spain with two non-televised live events on November 6 and 7. The first event will take place in Barcelona at Palau Olimpic de Badalona on Friday, November 6, and the following day in Madrid at Barclaycard Center Madrid. Tickets are on sale now and can be purchased from proactiv.es...

Mickie James remains alive in the world of TNA

Mickie James

After the weird angle that aired on Impact showing James Storm pushing Mickie James down on a train track, ImpactWrestling.com continued playing the storyline at least confirming that James is “not dead.” When Storm pushed her he said it was “a long way down” while laughing and following the show Mickie was tweeting in third person for...

Tough Enough submissions deadline today

Tough Enough

The video submissions deadline for the new season of Tough Enough is today as the company then has to choose its top male and female submissions for a live debut on June 23. The new season of Tough Enough, which airs on USA Network, will be co-hosted by Chris Jericho and Renee Young and features a panel including Hulk Hogan, Daniel Bryan, and...

Tyson Kidd injured after taking Samoa Joe’s finisher

Cesaro Tyson Kidd

Former WWE tag team title holder Tyson Kidd has apparently been injured during the closing moments of his dark match against Samoa Joe this past Monday. Joe performed his Muscle Buster finishing move on Kidd and the Canadian landed hard on his neck. PWInsider.com reports that the rumor is that Kidd will be out for months. So far WWE has not...

Did TNA just kill off Mickie James?

Mickie James

Mickie James was apparently “killed off” (!?!?) last night on Impact during a segment with James Storm at a train station. First, Mickie and James have a conversation on a couch where he asks her to join him on his journey and be a part of The Revolution. Mickie says she’s sorry that he “misread this” and they’re just friends. Storm...

WWE special from Japan on 4th of July to air live on WWE Network

WWE Network

It was announced during this week’s NXT episode that the NXT title will be on the line on the July 4 WWE show from Tokyo, Japan, live on the WWE Network. This will be a special that will air only on the WWE Network starting at 6:30AM EST due to the time difference. WWE Superstars scheduled to be on the card are John Cena, Chris Jericho, Brock...

WWE and Sky Italia renew TV deal through 2020

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WWE and Sky Italia announced yesterday that they have extended their television distribution deal for five more years with Sky airing exclusively Raw, Smackdown, NXT, Experience, and Main Event through 2020. In addition, Cielo, Sky Italia’s free-to-air channel which is available in more than 24 million homes, will air one-hour versions of Raw...

Bret Hart criticizes Martha Hart over objections to Owen DVD

Bret Hart

WWE Hall of Famer Bret “Hit Man” Hart did not have good things to say about his sister-in-law Martha during his appearance on Jim Ross’ Ross Report podcast. Talking about the upcoming Owen Hart DVD that WWE is producing and releasing later this year, Bret said that Martha was wrong in how she’s dealing with the situation and thinks that...

Two athletes from India sign WWE developmental deals

WWE Performance Center

Triple H announced on Twitter that the company has signed two Indian wrestlers to a developmental deal and they have already reported to the WWE Performance Center in Orlando, Florida. The two are Lovepreet Sangha and Satinder Ved Pal, who now join other fellow International wrestlers in the newest class at the state-of-the-art Performance...

Raw rating for 06/01/2015

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The post-Elimination Chamber Monday Night Raw drew a total of 3,974,000 viewers, up around 375,000 viewers from the previous week. Hour one did 3,964,000 viewers, followed by 4,113,000 in the second hour, and then down to 3,862,000 in the third and final hour. (Ratings credit: PWInsider.com)

Ladder match for the WWE title to main event MITB pay-per-view

Dean Ambrose

The main event for the Money In The Bank pay-per-view was made official last night on Raw as Seth Rollins will take on Dean Ambrose for the WWE World Heavyweight title in a ladder match. Ambrose, who’s holding the title belt hostage after he was screwed at Elimination Chamber, requested a ladder match as his rematch, a request which was...

John Cena makes a kid’s day after Raw goes off the air

John Cena

During John Cena’s in-ring segment yesterday on Raw, he pointed out a member of Cenation in the crowd who was holding an “I’m Beating Cancer” sign while wearing a Cena shirt. The emotional kid was shown on the Titan Tron and received a large ovation from the crowd. After the show went off the air, Cena requested the kid to come down and...

Samoa Joe signs full-time deal with WWE

Samoa Joe

According to PWTorch.com, former TNA champion Samoa Joe is now a full-time WWE Superstar as he has now signed a regular deal with the company. Joe was on a special deal that would allow him to work some NXT shows and also keep his indy commitments while WWE also had the rights to sell his merchandise on WWEShop.com and at arenas. The Pro Wrestling...

WWE Network is free in June for new subscribers

WWE Network

For the third straight month in a row, WWE is giving away the WWE Network for free for new subscribers for the month of June. That means new subscribers will be able to watch tonight’s Steve Austin podcast with Heyman as well as the Money In The Bank pay-per-view for free. Apart from January and March – for the Royal Rumble and...