Saturday, December 24, 2011

Audio: WHY 12-20-11, The Pro Wrestling Rewind 12-21-11 & The WNL Christmas Craptacular 12-23-11 Archived

New Episodes of The Pro Wrestling Rewind 12-21-11, WHY 12-20-11, Beyond the Bell:The Ultimate Challenge, and The WNL Christmas Craptacular 12-23-11 are all now archived over at on the SNS Radio Network. Merry Christmas to all and to all a Goodnight
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Report: Chavo Guerrero Expected To Join TNA Soon

According to Wrestling Observer Newsletter, Former WWE star Chavo Guerrero is expected to join TNA Wrestling in the near future after appearing for Ring Ka King this past week, their India based promotion. Regarding the tapings, he tweeted Wednesday, "In India right now, and had an INCREDIBLE wrestling experience last night! Never have seen anything like this in 18 yrs of wrestling!! Great crew in India, inside the ring &out. Really making me LOVE wrestling again!"

Alongside Harry Smith, Guerrero captured the promotion's tag team championship at the tapings.
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Vintage Collection Summary: December Classics‏

WWE Vintage Collection on December 23rd, 2011 featured these matches:

Casket Match
The Undertaker vs. Mabel
WWF In Your House - December 17th, 1995

Eddie Guerrero vs. DDP
WCW Starrcade 1996

Christian & Y2J vs. The Dudleys vs. Lance Storm & William Regal vs. Goldust & Booker T
WWE Armageddon 2002

The Rock vs. Mankind
WWF Raw Taping - December 29th, 1998

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Eden Stiles Explains Why She Left WWE

Eden Stiles tweeted the following:

Where people got the idea I left a job for someone is beyond me. If anyone can quote me saying that I'd be interested to see it."

"The reason I left was simple. I have unmet goals to reach. WWE will have played a huge role in getting me where I want to be!"
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Report: WWE Considering Taking WWE Title Of CM Punk Due To Poor TV Rating

According to Wrestling Observer Newsletter, WWE officials are considering taking the WWE Championship off CM Punk due to 'terrible ratings patterns' for his weekly segments on Raw.

The matter was broached prior to Sunday's WWE TLC pay-per-view event, which saw Punk ultimately retain the strap in a Triple Threat Tables, Ladders & Chairs Match against Alberto Del Rio and The Miz. The trend of lackluster ratings for his segments continued the following night on Raw as the program's overrun, which saw the Straight Edge Superstar, Daniel Bryan and Zack Ryder overcame The Miz, Alberto Del Rio and Dolph Ziggler, only gain 59,000 viewers.

Wrestling Observer editor Dave Meltzer analyzes: "That's almost impossible given people tune in to see the following show, which basically meant wrestling fans must have been tuning out in droves (they were during the first half of the match but then started gaining at 11 p.m., but hardly gained anything)."

The main event garnered a 2.67 cable rating (2.55 for the first half of the bout), which Meltzer says is by far, the lowest-rated main event on Raw in 2011 and possibly the lowest since 1997 for a non-holiday show in its regular time slot.