Friday, March 4, 2011

TV Rating For TNA Impact & WWE Superstars 3/3/11

Source:PWInsider.com

The 3/3 edition of Impact did a 1.36 rating with 1,847,000 viewers.
The 3/3 edition of Superstars did a 0.57 rating with 596,000 viewers.
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WWE Sign Brother Of Current Star To Contract

Source:PWInsider.com

Ryan Nemeth, the younger brother of Dolph Ziggler, who has been working in OVW over the last year, has been signed to a WWE developmental deal.
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Radio: Unplugged Featuring Low-Ki Interview Following WWE Smackdown 3/4/11

Tune in tonight to www.sundaynightshowdown.com starting at 10:30pm Est, 8:30pm Mst as UnPlugged with JJ $exay returns to the airwaves on the SNS Radio Network with an interview with former ROH, TNA, WWE talent Low Ki. On tonights show JJ covers the 3-4-11 edition of WWE Smackdown on the SyFy Network . Chris Kelly of Headlocks2Headlines.com stops by to talk the latest news in pro wrestling and then they will be joined by former ROH/TNA/WWE Talent Low Ki.
Also on tap for tonight "The Sensatonal Sean" joins the show to talk the latest gaming news and a review of BulletStorm. As always JJ will open the phone lines via skype just add sundaynightshowdown to your buddys list or simply call 501 588 7957 or send your emails to sundaynightshowdown@yahoo.ca and be sure and join the "Live" chatroom to be an interactive part of the broadcast.
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Content Listing for WWE's New DVD "WCW Nitro"

Source:Silvervision.com


Disc 1:

WCW History Lesson

Flyin’ Brian Pillman vs. Jushin Thunder Liger
4th September, 1995

Hulk Hogan vs. Big Bubba Rogers
4th September, 1995

"Macho Man" Randy Savage & Hulk Hogan vs. Ric Flair & Arn Anderson
8th January, 1996

“Rome wasn’t built in a day.”

WCW World Tag Team Championship Match
Sting and Lex Luger vs. The Road Warriors
5th February, 1996

Parking Lot Brawl
Lord Steven Regal vs. Belfast Bruiser
29th April, 1996

Eddie Guerrero vs. Ric Flair
20th May, 1996

Scott Hall Nitro Debut
27th May, 1996

Kevin Nash Nitro Debut
10th June, 1996

Migrating to Hot’Lanta

WCW World Tag Team Championship Triangle Match
Sting & Lex Luger vs. The Steiner Brother vs. Harlem Heat
24th June, 1996

nWo is Taking Over
8th July, 1996

nWo Awoke a Sleeping Giant

The Outsiders attack WCW Superstars
29th July, 1996

Sting & Lex Luger vs. The Outsiders Scott Hall & Kevin Nash
12th August, 1996

nWo takes Over
26th August, 1996

“Sting” attacks Lex Luger
9th September, 1996

The Enigmatic Sting

Sting walks out on Nitro
16th September, 1996

Rowdy Roddy Piper confronts Eric Bischoff
18th November, 1996

Rey Mysterio Jr. vs. Dean Malenko
30th December, 1996

Disc 2:

Badda Bang!

Diamond Dallas Page vs. Mark Starr
13th January, 1997

Harvey Schiller suspends Eric Bischoff
3rd March, 1997

Sting attacks the nWo
17th March, 1997

The High- Flying Cruiserweights

WCW Cruiserweight Championship Match
Syxx vs. Rey Mysterio Jr.
21st April, 1997

WCW World Heavyweight Championship Match
Hollywood Hulk Hogan vs. Lex Luger
4th August, 1997

Disregard for Tradition & Authority

nWo mocks the Four Horsemen
1st September, 1997

Diamond Dallas Page vs. Buff Bagwell
29th September, 1997

Sting Saves DDP from the nWo
27th October, 1997

Sting vs. “Macho Man” Randy Savage
2nd February, 1998

Jericho’s 1004 Holds
30th March, 1998

Who’s Next?

WCW World Heavyweight Championship Match
Hollywood Hulk Hogan vs. Goldberg
6th July, 1998

WCW World Tag Team Championship Match
Kevin Nash & Sting vs. Scott Hall & The Giant
20th July, 1998

Non-Title Match
Rey Mysterio Jr. vs. Chris Jericho
3rd August, 1998

WCW Cruiserweight Championship Match
Juventud Guerrera vs. Billy Kidman
14th September, 1998

Tradition Returns!

Ric Flair Returns to the Four Horsemen
14th September, 1998

WCW United States Championship Match
Bret “Hitman” Hart vs. Diamond Dallas Page
26th October, 1998

Ric Flair vs. Eric Bischoff
28th December, 1998

Disc 3:

Cracks in the Armour

WCW World Heavyweight Championship Match
Kevin Nash vs. Hollywood Hulk Hogan
4th January, 1999

Goldberg Spears The Hitman
29th March, 1999

WCW World Heavyweight Championship Match
Sting vs. Diamond Dallas Page
26th April, 1999

Solidifying a Legacy

Eddie Guerrero vs. Juventud Guerrera
21st June, 1999

Hulk Hogan & Goldberg & Sting vs. Kevin Nash & Sid Vicious & Rick Steiner
9th August, 1999

Billy Kidman vs. Diamond Dallas Page
16th August, 1999

WCW World Heavyweight Championship Match
Bret “Hitman” Hart vs. Goldberg
20th December, 1999

WCW World Heavyweight Championship Match
Kevin Nash vs. Sid Vicious
24th January, 2000

Last Ditch Effort

The Bischoff & Russo Era Begins
10th April, 2000

Steel Cage Match for the WCW World Heavyweight Championship Match
Jeff Jarrett vs. Diamond Dallas Page
24th April, 2000

Tag Team Ladder Match
3 Count vs. Jung Dragons
18th July, 2000

WCW World Heavyweight Championship Match
Booker T. vs. Lance Storm
7th August, 2000

Triple Cage War Games Match for the WCW World Heavyweight Championship
4th September, 2000

Vince McMahon Buys WCW
26th March, 2001

Sting vs. Ric Flair
26th March, 2001

Celebrating WCW

Special Features:

Rey Mysterio Jr. vs Mr. JL
26th August, 1996
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John Cena Comments On The Rock

John Cena posted the following on Twitter:

"CeNation. Watched rocks interview back just to make sure. I never ran my mouth about rock. He refers to an article published in the uk sun in 2008. Please..read it. Then u decide. Ill be at wwe live events this week in baton rouge,alexandria,college station. And I will come to raw for bizzness. Final knockout this monday on raw. HUSTLE. LOYALTY. RESPECT."

Here are the highlights from the Sun UK interview in 2008:

The Sun: What about The Rock? What are your thoughts on The Rock?

Cena: This is my take on The Rock, and he's a genuinely nice guy. I've met him; he's a fantastic human being. What I kind of get peeved about, and I guess this is my flaw, my Achilles heel, I hear it every day with young talent, with midcard talent, with people aspiring to make it in this business; I hear "I've wanted to do this my whole life."

Rock falls into that category. He, at one point, loved wrestling and wanted to do this all of his life. Explain to me why he can't come back for a 15th Anniversary show or why he can't make an appearance at Wrestlemania. Simply put it's because he wants to be an actor. There's nothing wrong with that, there's nothing wrong with that. He's a very good actor, he's very successful, he's done very well for himself and associating with sports entertainment doesn't do much for his acting career. It only helps out the sports entertainment audience so I get why he doesn't come back.

Just don't f*** me around and tell me that you love this when you are just doing this to do something else. That's the only thing that gets me really pissed off.

The Sun: To come out to the ring, as a surprise, cut a promo, go back.

Cena: It'd be fantastic. The people would go nuts, and that's the thing, he has so much admiration from our audience. One thing I've learned from being a wrestler, or being on the other side of the barricade and being a fan, you almost don't realise it as a fan because you are a fan so much, you just go to everything. Being on the other side I learned how much of their hard earned dollars are spent on our product. And to have that much admiration still, when he hasn't been around, hasn't been on TV, you gotta respect that from our fanbase and he just doesn't give anything back, man. I wish he'd just show up, just say "Hi" and leave, it's all he's gotta do. Do the eyebrow once and get out of town. That's one thing that sweats me.

But like I said, he is a great guy, but we all know now that he wants to be an actor. There's nothing wrong with that because he's truly found another passion. He's good at acting, his films make money.
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Video: Sting Returns To TNA Wrestling And Wins Belt

TNA Wrestling posted the following on YouTube.com:

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