Friday, December 2, 2011

WWE Marathons In Canada During Christmas Weekend‏

The Score in Canada will be airing marathons of WWE Vintage Collection on December 24th, 2011 from 7 PM (ET) to 10 PM (ET) and December 26th, 2011 from 2 PM (ET) to 5 PM (ET). Go to for info about upcoming wrestling shows worldwide.
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Juggalo Championship Wrestling 12/30 ECW Arena in Philly; 12/31 to Worcester, MA‏

Juggalo Championship Wrestling 12/30 ECW Arena in Philly; 12/31 to Worcester, MA

Flyer For ‘Wake the Dead’ on 12/30/11 in Philadelphia:

Juggalo Championship Wrestling is heading to the east coast to spend the holidays with thousands of the JCW family Philadelphia and Massachusetts!

On Friday, December 30, JCW heads to Philadelphia, PA and, for the first time, the masses will see JCW at the legendary former ECW (now Asylum) Arena, 7 W. Ritner Street, for ‘Wake The Dead’ LIVE on iPay-Per-View for just $5.

JCW is no stranger to Philadelphia, but this time, they are running the building changed the face of pro wrestling forever and created a new generation of fans and superstars.

The best of JCW, the Icons of ECW LEGENDS, and top wrestling stars from around the world LIVE on iPay-Per-View for just $5 at, featuring: The Insane Clown Posse, Tommy Dreamer, Raven, JCW World Heavyweight champion Corporal Robinson, The Blue Meanie, Officer Colt Cabana, Perry Saturn, Sabu, Rhino, Justin Credible, Balls Mahoney, 2 Tuff Tony, “Pitbull” Gary Wolf, Steve Corino, Axl Rotten, Bob Backlund, US Marshall Adam Pearce, The Weedman, Kongo Kong, Rob "The Submissionary" Conway, “Richie Boy” Bryer Wellington, Butler Geeves, Amber O'Neal, “Emo Warrior” Jimmy Jacobs, Madman Pondo, Necro Butcher, Bull Pain, Isabella Smothers, The Headbangers, Shockwave The Robot, AND MANY MORE SURPRISES!

‘Wake The Dead’ on Friday, December 30 will also have live commentary provided on the LIVE iPay-Per-View by Shaggy 2 Dope of ICP and “KG” Kevin Gill, “The Voice of JCW”. ‘Wake the Dead’ will also feature a LIVE performance from Psychopathic Records recording artist Blaze Ya Dead Homie

Then on New Year’s Eve, The Insane Clown Posse host ‘The New Years Ninja Party’. This live event is only for eyes and ears of the audience in attendance at the world famous Palladium, 261 Main Street in Worcester, MA featuring Mike E. Clark, DJ Clay, The Dayton Family, JCW, and more!

An all-star cast of musical performances and Juggalo Championship Wrestling, this is a night you must be a part of!

Juggalo Championship Wrestling is taking it to the next level and continues to raise the bar for fans at live events and those watchin on iPay-Per-View!

For all the latest news, information, and tickets for JCW's ECW Arena debut at ‘Wake The Dead’ at the former ECW Arena in Philadelphia, PA on Friday, December 30 LIVE on iPay-Per-View at and ‘The New Years Ninja Party’ in Worcester, MA on Saturday, December 31, visit!

You can also follow us on Twitter @RealJCW.

*‘Wake The Dead’ - iPay-Per-View
Friday, December 30, 2011
Asylum (former ECW) Arena, 7 W. Ritner ST, Philadelphia, PA
Flyer Download Link

‘The New Year’s Ninja Party’ - Live Event Only
Saturday, December 31, 2011
The Palladium, 261 Main ST, Worcester, MA
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WWE.Com Wants WWE Title Redesigned

The WWE Championship has a storied history as diverse as the iconic Superstars that have carried it into battle. Such an incredible symbol of excellence requires a look that will once again reflect the stand-out grapplers who have risen to the top of the WWE mountain.

04:23 joins the call of the WWE Universe on Facebook and Twitter, pleading for the WWE to abandon the current “Spinner Title” design and return to the pride and tradition radiated by past WWE Titles.

The WWE Title carried to ring today was created specifically for John Cena, reflecting a time when The Cenation Commander-in-Chief was rapping his way through SmackDown. However, while Cena has long since traded in the giant chain around his neck for dog tags, the Spinner design is still “kicking it old school.” Shouldn’t it have long since gone the direction of other classic personalized titles like Edge’s Rated-R Superstar Spinner modification and “Stone Cold” Steve Austin’s “Smoking Skull” Championship?

If a change is required, there is no shortage of prestigious replacements from which to pick. Looking back through the annals of WWE history, the Winged Eagle Title has to be at the forefront. First introduced for the epic rematch between Hulk Hogan and Andre the Giant on The Main Event in '88, this awe-inspiring prize instantly rose to prominence, walking hand-in-hand with WWE elite from “Macho Man” Randy Savage to Bret “Hit Man” Hart to The Undertaker.

Still, the sheer popularly of the Winged gold does not make it the only brass ring in the sea. Another earth-shattering possibility would be its Attitude Era cousin, featuring a variation of the Eagle, along with a more circular structure similar to the traditional championship, a bigger globe and the larger “Champion” on the bottom.

Not only was the Attitude Era Title carri