WNL returned to the airwaves on the SNS Radio Network (www.snsradionetwork.com) with "The Outlaw of the IWC" The TreyDawg" & "Mr. Money on the Mic" JJ (ALL CAPS)$exay. The Boys welcomed former WWE Tag Team/IC Champion Marty Jannety to the show and topics rangedfrom his time with the AWA, first WWE Run, Teaming with HBK, working with The Brainbusters and a hillarious Rockers story centering around Shawn and a New Years Eve party...so to speak. Marty unfortunately had to cut the interview short but will be returning to WNL in 2012 for a more in depth interview. After the break The Boys talked a bit of WWE12 Universe stories and jumped into "The News of the Week" sponsored by Wrestling-Online.com and an in depth discussion on recent tweets regarding Daniel Bryan's World Title win and JJ & Trey give their thoughts on the title switch.JJ & Trey highlighted RAW and opened the phone lines and read emails before closing out the show with some Ronnie Milsap.
As reported earlier, WWE quietly held tapings at Full Sail University in Florida earlier this month with FCW and WWE Superstars. The one-hour content filmed would be for a new Network show on WWE's developmental territory while the thirty-minute show filmed would be something that focuses on one specific match or rivalry. All episodes filmed were pilots and may never be aired.
In addition to Triple H being there to oversee things, John Laurinaitis was also there. Triple H even came out and cut a promo to the crowd. The University was used to make the FCW product look better on TV but also as a test run for doing a more potentially "intimate" WWE show for the Network.
As noted before, WWE used a combination of Byron Saxton, Jim Ross and Chris Russo for the tapings. The first hour featured Saxton & Russo while Ross worked with Russo for the rest of the tapings.
Here are results from the taping
* Xavier Woods defeated Big E. Langston * Richie Steamboat beat Brad Maddox * Kaitlyn & Alicia Fox defeated Tamina & Aksana * Antonio Cesaro defeated Seth Rollins
* Kenneth Cameron defeated Mike Dalton * Leakee beat Ricardo Rodriguez * Briley Pierce defeated Derrick Bateman * Husky Harris beat Damien Sandow * Leo Kruger beat Dean Ambrose * Triple H cut a promo for the crowd
WWE's developmental territory Florida Championship Wrestling held a taping two weeks ago at Full Sail University in Orlando, Florida. The show was held to see about potentially using the building for tapings of a new show. No word yet if that show will be a local FCW television show or a program on the WWE Network.
The current FCW show suffers because the sparse crowd is always the same people and it looks bad on TV.
FCW taped three shows that night - a one-hour show with FCW talents, a thirty-minute show with FCW talents and another thirty-minute show with WWE Superstars Drew McIntyre & Cody Rhodes vs. Sheamus & Daniel Bryan.
Triple H was in attendance overseeing everything and a combination of Jim Ross, Byron Saxton and Chris Russo was used as announcers. The shows taped were all pilots and experimental, and there's no word yet if they will ever air.
WWE announcer Eden Stiles (Brandi Alexis Reed) revealed on Twitter that she has parted ways with the company. She has made it a point to note that she asked for her release and was not let go by WWE. She added that leaving WWE is the right move for her to move on as "Brandi." Eden also revealed that she is dating WWE Intercontinental Champion Cody Rhodes.
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