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Jim Cramer to break down AFC North QBs on ESPN Countdown

There’s always a bull market somewhere; as the always highly caffeinated Jim Kramer likes to say. ESPN Sunday NFL Countdown is going across corporate network synergy to NBC Universal; bringing in “the wizard of Wall Street” tomorrow morning. Apparently Jim Cramer is going to evaluate Ben Roethlisberger, Andy Dalton, Brian Hoyer and Joe Flacco. Here’s a snippet from ESPN...
Via The Sports Bank
October 18, 2014  |  Discuss

CNBC Host Rips WWE, Does Sheamus Get Nervous?, & More

– During a show this past week, CNBC’s Jim Cramer of Mad Money called WWE “just an OK entertainment company”. He also told viewers that he’d pick Disney stock over WWE any day of the week. – During a recent interview with WWE Magazine, Sheamus discussed his matches in WWE and getting nervous before them. He said: “Every time I step out there, I just try to get a moment...
Via WZR Online
August 10, 2014  |  Discuss

WWE on Rollins vs. Ambrose, TV Analyst Says WWE Is “Just OK”, Slams

- Roman Reigns is featured in this week’s WWE RAW Slam of the Week: - Mark Henry and Big Show are featured in this week’s SmackDown Slam of the Week: - WWE’s website has a new poll up asking fans if a Lumberjack Match benefits Dean Ambrose or Seth Rollins more. With almost 6,000 votes, 54% have voted for Ambrose, 20% voted for Rollins and 27% chose “neither.” - Jim sent...
Via Wrestle Scoop
August 09, 2014  |  Discuss

DDP Not Worried About WWE’s Financial Issues + More

– CNBC financial analyst Jim Cramer advised investors to stay away from WWE stock, reportedly saying, “This thing is too hard to understand. Don’t touch it.” – Benzinga.com recently spoke with former WWE Superstar Diamond Dallas Page, who commented on the current financial issues of the WWE. DDP stated the following: “When [WWE Network] goes worldwide, it’s gonna be...
Via WZR Online
June 01, 2014  |  Discuss

Ex-WWE Stars at JR’s Show, HHH Comments on Payback, WWE Stock

- Lisa Marie Varon and Tommy Dreamer were surprise guests at Jim Ross’ one-man show at the House of Blues in Chicago this afternoon. Below is a photo of them on stage: - A listener called into Jim Cramer’s CNBC show this weekend and asked about WWE stock. Cramer told the man to stay away from it because there is too much uncertainty with WWE Network subscribers. - Triple H tweeted...
Via Wrestle Scoop
May 31, 2014  |  Discuss

Photo of Former WWE Stars at JR’s Show, Triple H Comments on Payback, WWE Stock Note

- Lisa Marie Varon and Tommy Dreamer were surprise guests at Jim Ross’ one-man show at the House of Blues in Chicago this afternoon. Below is a photo of them on stage: - A listener called into Jim Cramer’s CNBC show this weekend and asked about WWE stock. Cramer told the man to stay away from it because there is too much uncertainty with WWE Network subscribers. - Triple H tweeted...
Via Wrestling-Edge.com
May 31, 2014  |  Discuss

Triple H Hypes on Payback, WWE Stock Note

- A listener called into Jim Cramer’s CNBC show this weekend and asked about WWE stock. Cramer told the man to stay away from it because there is too much uncertainty with WWE Network subscribers. - Triple H tweeted a photo of him working out for WWE Payback and wrote the following: “Si vis pacem, para bellum. If You Want Peace, Prepare for War. Tomorrow, the last battle… ...
Via AllWrestlingNews.com
May 31, 2014  |  Discuss

NHL Makes Fans Wonder Who Stole Stanley Cup In New Playoff Ad (Video)

With the Stanley Cup Playoffs rapidly approaching, the NHL has launched a massive marketing campaign that prompts one question: “Who stole the Stanley Cup?” NBC anchors, including David Gregory and Jim Cramer, are feeding into the madness in a new 90-second advertisement that details the search for the perpetrators of the fictional crime, otherwise known as the “Cupnappers...
Via NESN.com
March 31, 2014  |  Discuss

NBC wonders who stole the Stanley Cup in new ad

The lore of the Stanley Cup is often used to promote the NHL, sometimes to the detriment of the stars of the game themselves. However, this year NBC has chosen to go the comedy route with its playoff spots. The effect is pretty solid. A 90-second trailer for the campaign, starring multiple NBC News staffers (David Gregory, Jim Cramer) will debut in movie theaters across the country...
Via Puck Drunk Love
March 30, 2014  |  Discuss

Mike Francesa thought Jim Cramer Said 'Derrick Coleman' not Deaf Seahawks FB 'Derrick Coleman'

No no, I thought you said Derrick Coleman. Oh no, you're talking about that guy with a hearing problem, yeah no he's a wonderful guy. I thought you said Derrick Coleman.**Follow us on Twitter, Subscribe by Email, View via Our Mobile Site, or Return Home
Via Bob's Blitz
January 27, 2014  |  Discuss
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