Found December 13, 2012 on
- The following video aired on last night’s WWE Main Event with Ryback sending a message to Dean Ambrose, Roman Reigns and Seth Rollins:
- Ted DiBiase has put out feelers for acting gigs but reportedly is not interested in moving to Los Angeles. DiBiase is one of the names who have been talking about leaving WWE. Word going around was that he was staying with WWE until the end of the year and then would make a decision about his future.
- The doctrine to stay away from the idea of John Cena and AJ Lee being a couple because of Cena’s photos with Nikki Bella on TMZ ended this past week on RAW. The new idea appears to be to portray AJ as the psycho girl that Cena needs to get away from.
Rare Photos of AJ Lee Modeling, Royal Rumble Plans for Cena, More…
Partial source: Wrestling Observer Newsletter
BEST OF MAXIM
- AJ Lee tweeted after last night’s RAW and called it a “New Jersey Screw Job.” John Cena replied and commented on The Shield:
“I would have called it NJ intimate time, but to each their own. Anyway in non intimate affairs, @WWE steel horse gets some down time in mass, see you in Wilkes B., on Sat, may tout some #snatch 2morrow. And it appears as if Ive just inherited some...
Ryback recently spoke to Digital Sky. Here are some highlights.
The cancellation of his match with CM Punk this Sunday at TLC: ""It's unfortunate. I believe I'm going to be the WWE champion for many years to come - a staple of the WWE. It's just delaying the inevitable. I tend to focus on the positives. When I destroy CM Punk I want him healthy. I know that...
– Grantland.com has an interesting look at Vince McMahon’s change as a WWE character. You can check that out here.
– The pre-sale for the March 19th WWE SmackDown taping in Cincinnati, OH at TicketMaster. The password is WWERING.
– Digital Spy has an interview up with Ryback, which you can read here. During the interview, he discussed taking over for John Cena some day, stating...
Ryback recently spoke to Digital Sky. Here are some highlights.The cancellation of his match with CM Punk this Sunday at TLC: “”It’s unfortunate. I believe I’m going to be the WWE champion for many years to come – a staple of the WWE. It’s just delaying the inevitable. I tend to focus on the positives. When I destroy CM Punk I want him healthy. I know that time will come...
Which match will close the TLC PPV?:
It is believed that the Ryback, Kane and Daniel Bryan vs The Shield match will be the main event for WWE TLC this Sunday.
This gives the three newcomers and enormous opportunity to steal the show.
While the bout is a Tables Ladders and Chairs match, participants can win via pinfall or submission.
Embedded below are several video clips that WWE posted for the "Who's Next" Goldberg home video.
EXCLUSIVE: Reasons Why John Cena Should Not Win at TLC PPV
- As noted before, the December 10th WWE RAW did a 2.67 rating with 3.76 million viewers, the fourth lowest rating of the past 15 years.
In the segment breakdown, the show opener with Dolph Ziggler, Sheamus and Big Show did a 2.78 opening quarter. The segment with Vince McMahon and Vickie Guerrero plus R-Truth vs. Wade Barrett and the backstage segment with AJ Lee lost 41,000 viewers...
- John Cena appeared on NBC’s Late Night with Jimmy Fallon on Thursday night to promote WWE’s Tribute to The Troops special and the TLC pay-per-view.Cena talked about how important the Troops special is to WWE and put over the members of the military that they met while in Norfolk, Virginia last week.After promoting TTTT, Cena took the time to cut a promo against his TLC opponent...
- There were apparent attendance problems at last night's WWE SmackDown tapings in Bridgeport, Connecticut. One fan estimated under 2,000 fans in attendance and noted that it seemed like half of the seats were tarped off.
- During last night's SmackDown tapings, WWE had been advertising a face-off between TLC opponents Dolph Ziggler and John Cena but that segment never happened...
- WWE recently spoke to several Superstars about their predictions on some of the top matches at Sunday's TLC pay-per-view. Here are a few highlights:
Dolph Ziggler vs. John Cena
Layla: This will be a tough, tough fight, but my money’s on Dolph. It’s his time, and he deserves it, too. He’s worked so, so hard. Love him or hate him, he really is a showoff, but he has a...
- WWE recently spoke to several Superstars about their predictions on some of the top matches at Sunday’s TLC pay-per-view. Here are a few highlights:
Dolph Ziggler vs. John Cena
Layla: This will be a tough, tough fight, but my money’s on Dolph. It’s his time, and he deserves it, too. He’s worked so, so hard. Love him or hate him, he really is a showoff, but he has a lot...