November 26, 2014 by Joey Keogh
- Sting Debut Drives Fans To The Network
The biggest news of the week is still Sting‘s debut at Survivor Series but, in spite of the fact he did not appear on Raw the following night, reports confirm that his appearance on the show has already driven significant traffic to The Network. Considering the PPV was broadcast for free, this can only be a good thing.
- CM Punk Training With The Gracies
Punk has been training at the Gracie Jiu Jitsu Academy in California, as per a video posted on YouTube last week. He has not responded to comments Chris Jericho made about him cutting out everyone from the wrestling world, but gave a shout-out to his old buddy Paul Heyman on Twitter.
- Stone Cold To Interview Vince Live
Steve Austin is taking fans’ questions for Vince Mc Mahon, in preparation for the live, Network-broadcast episode of his podcast. If you have a burning question for the chairman of the board, email it to firstname.lastname@example.org or forever hold your peace.
- Two Matches Announced For TLC 2014
Considering the Wyatt/Ambrose bout at Survivor Series seemed to exist solely to plug the next PPV, it’s no surprise that theirs was the first match to be announced for TLC. Shocking absolutely no one, it’ll be a traditional tables, ladders and chairs match. Much like it was at Survivor Series. Ryback and Kane are also going to face off in a chairs match at the PPV.
- Triple H v Sting At WM 31?
Following the announcement that Sting and The Undertaker were both going to feature on the next installment of the Monday Night War series on the Network, fans speculated that the two may be gearing up to face each other at Wrestlemania. However, a Triple H/Sting match now seems more likely. Commentators have suggested this bout may take place at the Royal Rumble instead, leaving Taker aside for his traditional WM apperance.
- Mick Foley Is Still The Man
Following widespread speculation, Mick Foley took to his Facebook page to poke fun at suggestions he was being lined up as the new general manager of the WWE. In a post entitled “3 Reasons Why I Should Not Be The New WWE GM”, Foley explains how he cannot act, or look, the part and is therefore out of the running. Unfortunately, his post had the opposite of the intended effect, making everyone want him to take the job even more.