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WWE: Vince McMahon Could Scrap WWE Network Streaming To Focus On Cable TV

WWE: Vince McMahon Could Scrap WWE Network Streaming To Focus On Cable TV

In an odd twist, Vince McMahon is considering putting the WWE Network on cable TV, which would seemingly defy the very reason the company created the streaming service in the first place. It’s also claimed that George Barrios, WWE’s chief strategy and financial officer, says the company is keeping its options open, even including the… Read more »

WWE NXT TakeOver II: Live Network Results


The future of the WWE is now as they perform in NXT! Located at Full Sail University in the tourist city of Orlando, Florida, NXT has been the premier offset organization of the WWE in which the future talent could mold their craft right before they perform in front of millions within the WWE Universe…. Read more »

Ex-FBI Director Robert Mueller To Investigate NFL’s Ray Rice Case

Robert Mueller Hired NFL Ray Rice

Ex-FBI director Robert Mueller will investigate the NFL’s pursuit and handling of the case against Ray Rice. The decision comes after a report Wednesday that a league executive received videotape evidence of Rice’s domestic violence incident five months before it became public. USA Today reports that New York Giants owner John Mara and Pittsburgh Steelers… Read more »

WWE News: WWE Superstar Dean Ambrose’s Return Date Revealed


After reading the headline, it is entirely possible many of you jumped for joy, screamed “HOORAY” in the middle of your stunned office or simply nodded your head in acceptance. Well, the Lunatic Fringe is on his way back to the WWE and just in time for the Night of Champions pay-per-view, hopefully. Dean Ambrose… Read more »

Former WWE, WCW Star Sean O’Haire Dead At 43 [Developing]

sean o haire

WWE and WCW star Sean O’Haire has died, according to reports from former colleague Scotty Riggs (via Twitter) and several wrestling websites. O’Haire and his partner Chuck Palumbo were one of the premier tag teams during the latter days of WCW. When Vince McMahon bought out the brand in 2001, he was impressed enough with… Read more »