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Old 12-17-2013, 04:45 PM   #345
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Recent stuff from the sheets and actual news sources:

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The reason RAW announcers JBL, Michael Cole and Jerry Lawler were taking "selfies" during last night's show is because Vince McMahon is not a fan of President Barack Obama. The "selfies" were done as a rib to Obama after he was seen taking a photo with British Prime Minister David Cameron and Danish Prime Minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt at Nelson Mandela's funeral last week in South Africa.
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WWE released Knuckles Madsen (real name Kevin Nikels) from his NXT developmental contract today, PWInsider.com has confirmed.

Madsen had been under contract since late 2012. He is originally from the Memphis area and had worked for OVW and Traditional Championship Wrestling before signing with WWE.

Results from that superkick (and maybe from AJ's Shinning wizard as well)
NSFW: show


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Originally Posted by Variety.com
To make its show more attractive, WWE is considering a live version of its two-hour “SmackDown,” which currently is taped on Tuesday before its Friday airing. To do that, costs to produce the series would increase, due to scheduling, and the show would likely need to move to a new night. But WWE would be willing to make the switch in return for a better fee for the series.
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Originally Posted by Variety.com
Digital next-day rights to shows would also become part of any new licensing deal with a TV network, costing Hulu Plus the programming it currently airs. In the past, TV Everywhere wasn’t a hot topic for networks when WWE inked its current network deals.
Speculation is the WWE won't come close to getting a NASCAR-like deal for their upcoming new tv deals nor will NBC be willing to let RAW leave the USA Network.
http://variety.com/2013/tv/news/wwe-...ve-1200966579/
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