Thursday, February 23, 2012

TV Rating For WWE Smackdown 2/21/12

Credit:PWInsider

The 2/21 Super Smackdown Live show did a 1.7 rating with 2,326,000 viewers
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TV Rating For WWE Raw 2/20/12

The 2/20 edition of WWE Raw scored a TV rating of 3.24.
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Update On Brodus Clay Returning To Raw

Source: Wrestling Observer Newsletter

It was reported last week that Brodus Clay was removed from television due to Vince McMahon's unhappiness with the voluminous grappler's ring work. To add further detail, the WWE head believes he's unsafe and reckless in the ring; he doesn't want him competing until his ring work is brought up to par.

Eyebrows were raised backstage about McMahon pushing forth talent safety since Mark Henry and Cody Rhodes competed on this week's Raw SuperShow hurt.
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Update On Kharma's WWE Return

Source: Wrestling Observer Newsletter

WWE has not followed up on Kharma's appearance last month at the Royal Rumble because she hasn't fully recovered from giving birth on December 31, 2011 and isn't ready to work a full-time schedule. She competed in the Rumble Match because creative felt it would create a good story since it wasn't expected.
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No Divas Match At WrestleMania 28?

According to Wrestling Observer Newsletter, whilst a Divas match is currently penciled in for WrestleMania this year, there are several company officials who are against the idea of a Divas bout as they feel it will take time away from the featured matches that people are more interested in seeing. Some in WWE are pitching the idea of having the Divas match as a dark or pre-show match.
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Update On Teddy Long Vs John Laurinaitis Feud

Source: Wrestling Observer Newsletter

Creative plans call for WWE's Executive Vice President of Talent Relations and Interim General Manager of Raw John Laurinaitis's feud with Theodore Long's to have full control of both brands will culminate with a winner takes all match at WrestleMania 28.

According to reports this match will replace Money In The Bank with getting a number of superstars involved in the match. Laurinaitis would be the captain of team of heel WWE stars against a babyface team captained by Long at the pay-per-view with the winning captain becoming General Manager of both Raw and SmackDown
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