Friday, April 15, 2011

TV Rating For TNA Impact 4/14/11

PWInsider is reporting that the 4/14 edition of Impact did 1.14 rating with 1,540,000 viewers.
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UK Version Of WWE Smackdown 4/15/11 Edited

The UK version of Smackdown was edited as the show ended with Christian winning the battle royal for the right to face Alberto Del Rio at Extreme Rules. The UK broadcast missed out the following events: "Following the main event of Smackdown, Edge joined former tag partner Christian in the ring and did their "5 second pose" before the roster came onto the stage to clap Edge."
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WWE Asking Fans To Help With New PPV Name

WWE has posted a survey online asking people which of the four names they like best for a PPV:

WWE Champions
WWE Uprising
WWE Revolution
WWE Vengeance
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Radio: Unplugged Featuring Christy Hemme Following 4/15/11 WWE Smackdown

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. On tonights show JJ will review the 4-15-11 edition of Smackdown which features Edges emotional farewell to the WWE Universe.Chris Kelly of Headlocks2Headlines.com drops by to talk the latest news of the week and then JJ and Crelly are joined by former WWE Diva search winner,playboy covergirl and current TNA Knockout Christy Hemme.In the second hour "The Sensational Sean" joins the show to talk the latest gaming news and notes, plus JJ will be opening the phone lines via skype just add sundaynightshowdown to your buddy's list or simply call 501 588 7957 or send your emails to unpluggedjj@yahoo.ca and join the "Live" chatroom to be an interactive part of the show
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Mick Foly Blogs On Edge's Retirement

TNA talent Mick Foley wrote a blog in regards to Adam "Edge" Copeland that can be read below:

AN AMAZING CAREER

For those of you who don’t know, Edge and I used to regularly perform one of the greatest tag-team moves of all time. Let me set the scene for you. Any arena, in any part of the country for roughly an eighteen month period -maybe early 1999 through late 2000. Al Snow, despite what I may have written in the past, was actually quite a witty guy; more than capable of holding his during the course of our legendary (if ridiculously drawn-out) battle of the brains. Think of each insult or joke as a punch, putting together as many as possible - some better than others, some hitting their mark, other missing wildly – with the ultimate goal of knocking your verbal sparring partner out. It was not unusual