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- Embedded in the footage below is WWE’s second half of their out-of-character interview with Chris Jericho.
- The following is a photo of R-Truth’s new ring attire that he shared with followers on Twitter.
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– Chris Jericho is scheduled to return for Monday Night RAW on March 11th. Jericho is also scheduled for the SmackDown tapings the next night in Fort Wayne, Indiana. Starting March 11th, Jericho is scheduled to appear all of the RAW and SmackDown TV events leading up to WrestleMania. This also includes the RAW the night after WrestleMania. Jericho recently told WWE.com the following...
– Triple H is now being advertised to appear on the April 1 RAW before Wrestlemania. A commercial aired on Friday’s SmackDown for the April 1 TV taping in Washington, D.C. that advertised Triple H as appearing. Triple H will also be working the March 11 and 18 episodes of RAW.
– The following is an updated Road to WrestleMania schedule for part-time WWE Superstars...
- Embedded in the footage below is WWE's second half of their out-of-character interview with Chris Jericho.
- The following is a photo of R-Truth's new ring attire that he shared with followers on Twitter.
The Miz Taking Time Off Next Month?, Reason Why The Big Show is Turning Babyface?, Orton's Post-WM29 Push
- Embedded below is part one of the out-of-character interview WWE did did with Chris Jericho.
- Embedded in the video below is this week’s episode of The JBL & Cole Show. Justin Gabriel takes on Natalya and The Great Khali in the Superstar Search.
- WWE has announced a live event for May 4th from the Sovereign Center in Reading, Pennsylvania. Tickets go on sale on March...
- The Miz's new movie, The Marine 3: Homefront, releases today on Blu-Ray and DVD. You can check out a trailer for the movie in the video embedded below.
- Embedded in the video below is this week's Raw episode of Backstage Fallout.
- Ric Flair gets the Superstar Spotlight on the home page of WWE.com today.
- Just a reminder that a new episode of Robot Combat League...
One of the first websites I ever developed was WrestlingGeeks.com and it focused on the world of professional wrestling. The site has been dead for five years because I was so angry at the WWE. Why? Because they stole an idea that I pitched during an interview for a Creative Writer position, but didn’t hire me for the job.
Here is an excerpt from my story. The full article...