- WWE Hall of Famer Blackjack Mulligan turns 72 years old today while Tough Enough winner Maven turns 38, former WWE star Brian Lee turns 48 and former WWE Women’s Champion Ivory turns 53.
– WWE’s Slam City DVD is now available on DVD. It is a Walmart exclusive. Slam City will also premiere on Nickelodeon Sports tonight with Kane and Santino Marella featured.
– John Cena...
- WWE Hall of Famer Blackjack Mulligan turns 72 years old today while Tough Enough winner Maven turns 38, former WWE star Brian Lee turns 48 and former WWE Women's Champion Ivory turns 53.
- WWE's Slam City DVD is now available on DVD. It is a Walmart exclusive. Slam City will also premiere on Nickelodeon Sports tonight with Kane and Santino Marella featured.
- John Cena granted...
- WWE announced earlier in the RAW pre-show last night that John Cena would make a decision about the new General Manager on RAW. Before the pre-show was over, they corrected the story and said the Board of Directors would make the decision.
At the end of RAW, the show was interrupted by the sound of the anonymous RAW General Manager. Michael Cole read a message that said next...
So the 2014 Survivor Series is history and as Joel Gertner would say, “Well, well, well…” So Sting has finally arrived in the WWE. Team Cena wins. New tag champs. And a Roman Reigns cameo. And all of this was free thanks to the November Special promo offer.
WWE has announced that John Cena will choose the new General Manager on tonight’s RAW.
Also announced, Stephanie McMahon and Triple H will kick off tonight’s RAW with The Authority’s farewell address.
It was also mentioned that Big Show will explain his actions tonight.
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- The Survivor Series post-show didn’t air because the pay-per-view went longer than expected.
– As of this afternoon, the plan for John Cena’s next storyline going forward was to be revealed on tonight’s RAW by Vince McMahon.
– On a related note, there was no plan to introduce a new authority figure on tonight’s RAW but that could have changed.
– Sting has reportedly...
At least the ending was something to remember. STING IS HERE! I am purposely staying away from the main event match of the night. Too much to comprehend and I want to pay the impact of Sting appearing in St. Louis its proper respect.
The WWE rewarded its free subscribers with one of the most memorable show finishes in years. The Survivor Series 2014 delivered with an outstanding main-event and one of the biggest debuts in years. Sting is finally in and the questions surrounding his WrestleMania plans have been answered.
Details matter, even in WWE. I’m tired of the “It’s just wrestling” mindset that permeates WWE’s booking. Wrestling isn’t something I turn on and then switch off my brain. I want to be entertained. I want to be challenged. And as much as I want to be exited for the #FreeFreeFree Survivor Series, the poor storytelling and lack of attention to detail has tempered my excitement...
- Triple H promised on last night’s WWE SmackDown that he will fire Ryback, Dolph Ziggler, Big Show and Erick Rowan if Team Cena loses at Sunday’s Survivor Series pay-per-view. Here’s what looks to be the final card. It’s possible they add another match and as noted, there was talk of doing the debut of “A New Day” with Kofi Kingston, Xavier Woods and Big E.