WNL returned to the airwaves on 4-2-12 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. Bronx joined the show to discuss the latest episode of RAW featuring the return of the “Next Big Thing” Brock Lesnar, and the debut of Lord Tensai. The boys discussed “News of the Week” sponsored by Wrestling-Online.com plus calls and emails …and a little singing here or there before closing out the show with some Pearl Jam.
According to PWInsider, the answer is no. Heyman currently has no interest in doing anything outside of his Looking for Larry Productions, according to sources and has turned down recent WWE invitations to be interviewed for the WWE Network and other projects as well.
Heyman and Lesnar first met during Lesnar's initial run in 2002. When Lesnar left the company, the two remained close friends. Heyman authored Lesnar's autobiography "Deathclutch" and has been a regular fixture in Lesnar's camp during training and fights for UFC.
While there is always the possibility of Heyman popping up down the line or doing a solo appearance for a big event as part of Lesnar's storylines, playing off their past, Heyman is involved with other matters and projects that would keep him from having interest in a full-time role.
The WWE Smackdown taping on Tuesday, August 7th, 2012 will be held at the Toyota Center in Houston, Texas. Go to http://prowrestlingevents.tk or http://twitter.com/wrestlingevents for info about where wrestling happens
As reported before, Dean Ambrose confronted Mick Foley at a hotel in Miami during WrestleMania 28 weekend.
The exchange was apparently arranged by WWE. We don't know if it will be used for something when Ambrose comes to the main roster or if it's some kind of FCW angle. We do know that WWE writer Ed Koskey was watching the whole thing and taking notes.
The show opened with Johnny Ace holding a job over Teddy Long's head. Teddy didn't want it. Johnny told him he needed the job so say Johnny was the better man. Teddy finally did and now he has a job again.
Mark Henry and David Otunga beat R-Truth.
Randy Orton beat Kane. It was a No DQ match and Orton finally hit the RKO for the pin.
Ryback Sheffield won a squash.
Big Show beat Heath Slater. Cody Rhodes was at ringside on the mic and came up to the ring after the match but ran away when Show ran him off. Cody looked strong, like a wet paper bag.
Nikki Bella beat Beth Phoenix in a non title match when Kelly Kelly interfered.
Alberto Del Rio beat Sheamus by DQ when he acted like a wimp and sold the ref on it. Sheamus was ticked and hit the ref with the Brogue Kick for ending the match.
The dark match saw John Cena, Orton and Show beat Daniel Bryan, Henry and Rhodes. There were yes chants for Bryan, but nothing like they were the last two night