WNL returned to the airwaves on the SNS Radio Network(www.snsradionetwork.com) on 2-27-12 with “The Outlaw of the IWC” The TreyDawg and “Mr. Money on the Mic” JJ (ALL CAPS) $exay. The boys were joined by “The BronxFather” Don Bronx for the RAW recap talking the Return to live tv .After the break the boys randown the “News of the Week” sponsored by Wrestling-Online.com including recent news involving the dropping WWE Financials and the possible state of WWE Films .JJ opened the phone lines and took listener calls as the boys talked about the upcoming 5 year anniversary of the late JSK ‘s passing so Trey talked a few Stories before wrapping the show with a little 3rd Bass “Pop goes the Weasel” on this latest episode of WNL.
TNA Impact 3/1: *Backstage, Bobby Roode is talking about Sting attacking him last week. Austin Aries approaches him and agrees him with about Sting, they go to speak in private. *Kurt Angle cuts a promo on Jeff Hardy, including talking about his son idolizing Jeff instead of his own father. Hardy comes out and slaps Angle, leading to a pull-apart. They will wrestle at Victory Road.
*Kazarian and Chris Daniels defeated AJ Styles in a Gauntlet Match. Styles issues a challenge that when he wins, Kazarian has to reveal what Daniels has over him. Kazarian attacks Styles, DQing Daniels and then rolls up Styles for the win.
*Austin Aries and Robert Roode recruit Bully Ray to their cause.
*ODB pinned Madison Rayne. Rayne wanted Gail Kim to help her but Kim purposely messed up, allowing ODB to win.
*Bobby Roode, Bully Ray, and Austin Aries have a sit-in to protest Sting. The lights go out and Sting appears in the ring. He tells them that if they are done, that's fine, he will just strip them of their belts and fire them. They change their mind and Sting tells them they will have to work a six man tag tonight.
*Zema Ion pinned Shannon Moore.
*Mickie James & Velvet Sky .defeated Angelina Love & Sarita.
*James Storm & TNA Tag Team champions Samoa Joe & Magnus defeated Bobby Roode, Bully Ray, & Austin Aries. After the match, Ray attacks the babyfaces with a chair and beats the hell out of Storm.
Heat on The Rock: "I hear the resentment/jealousy of the Rock backstage and I quite frankly don't believe it. Four of the world's biggest superstars in Cena, Rock, Undertaker and Triple H will headline WM-this is huge for WWE and the business-guys should be dying to be on this card and my guess is they are. It's very simple to those who do have any problem with it, if there is anyone truly that does-replace them and there won't be a spot for them. Until then just say 'thanks!'"
Chris Jericho: "There is a reason why Jericho and others can always come back-they earned that right and they still draw. Shawn Michaels does as well. CM Punk and John Cena earned the right to be on top. If these guys ever quit drawing then they know it's time to hang it up-that hasn't happened yet, and I hope it won't. Piper and Diesel ares guys who still draw interest and create buzz. Shows how great these guys are that they still create interest-it's Darwinian, once they stop or are replaced then you won't see them anymore. Batista would draw if he decides to return."
Both Raw and SmackDown are about to get extreme makeovers. In an effort to help determine which General Manager should control both shows, the WWE Board of Directors has decided to switch control of each show next week. SmackDown GM Theodore Long will take control of Monday night’s Raw while Raw GM John Laurinaitis takes the reins of next Friday’s SmackDown.
The decision comes one week after Laurinaitis announced at Elimination Chamber that he will seek control over both shows, bolstered by flattering testimonials by Superstars Mark Henry, Christian and Alberto Del Rio. A perturbed Long made it clear to Laurinaitis that he’s not about to take the threat to his position lying down.
Last week on SmackDown, the two got into a heated argument as they tried to overrule one another during a match between WWE Champion CM Punk vs. World Heavyweight Champion Daniel Bryan. Last night on Raw SuperShow, the two were at it again as tensions continued to escalate. What will the GMs have in store for their respective rival as they switch roles? And how will each try to outshine the other? Tune into both Raw and SmackDown to see the lengths they’ll go to impress the Board of Directors – and get back at each other.
You can't teach old wrestlers new tricks -- and several WWE icons proved it last week, during a hilariously left-footed Zumba class ... and TMZ has obtained the clumsy footage.
"Hacksaw" Jim Duggan ... along with WWE legends like Jimmy "Mouth of the South" Hart, "Rowdy" Roddy Piper, Hillbilly Jim, Pat Patterson, "Mean" Gene Okerlund, Howard Finkel, and Tony Atlas all hit the dance studio in Palm Springs ... and shocker, we're told it's for an upcoming reality show.
Sources tell us the show still doesn't have a home ... but we're told the WWE is hoping to run it on its upcoming network.