Originally written on Wrestling Truth  |  Last updated 9/4/14

- According to the Wrestling Observer those that decided to give Brooke Hogan time to see what she could bring to the table have now soured on her. There is a lot of resentment because she’s not over with the fans and doesn’t have the on-camera presence or mic work of many of the Knockouts. Although it was originally thought that she had some star power from her reality TV days, it has not transitioned in to wrestling and now the feeling is that she’s just there because she’s Hulk’s daughter.
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- WWE.com has revealed that Kevin Rudolf will perform “Don’t Give Up” at SummerSlam on Sunday, which is the theme for the event. Here is the music video for the PPV featuring the WWE Superstars dancing and lip-syncing:


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- It’s rumored that we haven’t seen the last of Johnny Ace on TV and that he’ll return at some point in another authority figure role, along the lines of “Executive Vice President.”
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- A little while ago WWE star Yoshi Tatsu wrote a blog in Japanese saying he was upset that the company wouldn’t allow him to raise funds for victims of the Earthquake and Nuclear meltdown. Unbeknown to most in WWE this story blew up in Japan and on the recent tour Tatsu kept tight lipped in fear of his job. Fans were even campaigning to get him a job with NJPW if WWE released him.

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