Thursday, May 24, 2012

Update On TNA's Return To Pittsburgh Area In July‏

Washington, PA will host the IMPACT WRESTLING BaseBrawl event on Saturday, July 28 at CONSOL Energy Park at 8:00pm. Tickets go on sale Saturday, May 26 at http://www.washingtonwildthings.com and charge by phone at 724-250-9555. Fans that purchase a $50 ticket will receive a special meet and greet with IMPACT WRESTLING Superstars at 6:00pm (redeemable with ticket the night of the show). Appearing live and in person will be Kurt Angle, Jeff Hardy, Bobby Roode, AJ Styles, Austin Aries, the Knockouts and more! Go to http://www.prowrestlingevents.webs.com/unitedstates.htm for info about future shows.
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SyFy Confirms Next Live Smackdown‏

SyFy.com has confirmed that WWE Smackdown will air live on Tuesday, July 3rd, 2012 from 8 to 10 PM. Go to http://prowrestlingevents.tk for info about upcoming shows.
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Video: Reby Sky Vs Shelly Martinez

Reby Sky posted the following on Twitter:
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WWE Extends Rey Mysterio's Contract

According to Source: Wrestling Observer Newsletter, WWE has extended Rey Mysterio's contract for the length of time from when he suffered his knee injury last August until his expected return. This will end up being roughly 10 or 11 months added to the end of his deal
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News On WWE Raw Going 3 Hours

Source: Wrestling Observer Newsletter As reported before, a lot of people within WWE don't expect RAW going three-hours to be a permanent thing, despite what the official announcements have said. There has been a lot of comparing it to when WCW Nitro went three hours years ago. The format of the show is still a work in progress but the idea is to treat it like a pay-per-view event every Monday night with interactive features. Almost all of the feedback coming from within the company has been negative regarding the change. There is a feeling that two hours drags by each week and adding a third hour won't benefit them. It's said that the USA Network has been interested in a third hour for years but WWE has not been interested. USA currently pays WWE about $700,000 weekly for RAW. An increase of $100,000 would mean $5.2 million in new gross revenue for WWE
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