McGillicutty remembers Mr Perfect:
Michael McGillicutty, the son of the late great “Mr Perfect” Curt Hennig said he is inspired by his father in a series of Tweets yesterday…
“Unfortunate milestone on this sad day. 10 yrs already since I lost my best friend. And I still miss him just as much today. Love You Dad.”
“My Dad lives thru me everyday. I swear on the moon & stars that my mark will be made in this business. The #Hennig name will endure forever.”
“Today I turn the corner. Ive endured pain, true, but its my time now. Im at a different level then all others. Physically and mentally.”
“Nothing can stop me. No one will slow me down. I own my life. I own my future. I own the ring. Im the Boss. #Hennig”
McGillicutty who tours on and off with the main roster, has been one of Rock’s sparring partners for his return.
What to expect from tonight’s Raw:
WWE.com are promoting the following preview points for tonight’s Raw, from Nashville. As noted early today The Undertaker is in town, which suggests he’ll make some kind of return tonight, possibly to build a Wrestlemania program with CM Punk.
- With Mr. McMahon still recovering from hip replacement surgery, what will unfold when WWE Champion The Rock comes to tonight’s Raw?
- With Elimination Chamber just days away, what will The Great One have to say about his opponent, CM Punk?
Speaking of The Rock he wrote the following on Twitter this morning:
“1996 I wrestled at flea markets & fairs for $40 bucks a night. Cool to be back where it all started.. #NashvilleRAW @WWE #BringIt”
- Exactly why did Lesnar return to WWE? Will the WWE Universe get any answers … or just witness another brutal attack on Raw?
- Who is next in Mark Henry’s sights?
- In addition to the return of Brock Lesnar and Mark Henry, the WWE Universe has witnessed the return of a hungry Jack Swagger and a better-than-ever Chris Jericho — who competed in an epic WWE Active Match with CM Punk last week. As The Road to WrestleMania heats up, which Superstar will rise to the top and possibly find himself competing on The Grandest Stage of Them All?
- Will John Cena, Sheamus and Ryback deliver justice?
Possible WWE Network prices:
As part of the recent survey sent out by DirecTV to gauge interest in them possibly carrying the planned WWE Network, they proposed the following prices…
$12.99, $14.99, $16.99, $24.99 and $29.99.
It doesn’t take rocket science to know what customers will choose.
DirecTV are working from the concept that the Network will carry 11 WWE PPVs a year (excluding Wrestlemania), as well as all the extra Network only content. The subscription would be on top of the usual DirecTV price.
In the meantime WWE are considering airing some of the Network content on Youtube.