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Big Change Coming to WWE Network

Big Change Coming to WWE Network

Coming off the updated subscriber number for the WWE Network this morning, it’s no surprise that the WWE is concerned about that figure. So, the company has announced a big change to the service. Beginning in December, the WWE Network will be available for $9.99 on a monthly basis with no commitment. Previously, you had

Chris Jericho Talks ‘Best in the World’, Marking Out and the Day He’ll Quit

Chris Jericho joins the podcast to talk about his third and latest autobiography “The Best in the World: At What I Have No Idea” which is available at Amazon and bookstores everywhere, why he did a third one and his approach for it, still being a fan and marking out for people, his recent run in

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Kurt Angle Rumored to Be in Talks with WWE

Do you want to see another WWE run with the Olympic gold medalist? Since being granted his release in August 2006, a Kurt Angle reunion with WWE has seemed farfetched. At the time, WWE.com issued an atypical future endeavors announcement: “Due to personal issues, Kurt Angle has been granted an early release from his contract.

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WWE Raw Needs an Overhaul

Monday’s surprise appearance of The Rock, and subsequent tease on Smackdown of a possible Rock-HHH main event at WrestleMania 31, has created a lot of buzz amongst wrestling fans but may also serve to momentarily mask serious problems facing RAW and the promotion overall right now. Three hour RAW shows 52 weeks a year were

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Is Sting Coming to RAW?

Not on board the WWE hype train yet? Well buckle-up, because things just got a little more interesting. On Friday, a tweet came out implying we might see some new faces on Monday Night RAW.  Speculation at the time was about NXT stars finally making the jump to WWE’s flagship show. Late Saturday, another social media

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It’s Smart Business for WWE to Change Superstar Names

There’s been a fair amount of controversy in recent years over WWE’s decision to rebrand most superstars that enter the company. This issue flared back up again at last week’s NXT TakeOver 2, when international sensation Kenta made his debut and immediately announced a new identity. And, in response, fans put up a big stink

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