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The Rock and Cena in NYC, Bourne in WWE Magazine, NXT News, Shane McMahon Note, Talk Regarding Bourne’s Suspension, WWE-MSG, Morrison-WWE Update, More

November 10, 2011   ·   0 Comments

– WWE will return to Antwerp, Belgium on Saturday, April 1st, 2012 at 8pm.

– Stan sent word that this week’s episode of WWE NXT had 19 minutes and 48 seconds of in-ring action, up just a bit from the previous week.

– Evan Bourne just completed an interview with WWE Magazine. He wrote on Twitter today: “Just finished a very candid and honest interview with @WWEmagazine. Can’t wait for my cover shoot next…”

– There is now a huge billboard in Times Square in New York City featuring The Rock and John Cena to promote WrestleMania 28 and the Survivor Series pay-per-view. Rock and Cena are also featured on the outside of some NYC buses.

– Shane McMahon’s name was brought up during recent internal WWE talks in regards to creative but the feeling was that he’s gone and that’s that. There are no plans for him to come back.

– WWE is looking to run more shows at Madison Square Garden in New York City.

– There has been a lot of controversy surrounding Evan Bourne’s suspension. Bourne was suspended for smoking fake marijuana, believed to be Spice. Word is that Bourne used it at a party with other WWE talents and that one or more wrestlers above Bourne on the roster were using it.

Talk among the wrestlers has to do with the idea that a mid-carder like Bourne would get suspended for doing the same thing that a main eventer does and doesn’t get suspended.

For what it’s worth, John Morrison is not listed for any WWE bookings after the December 1st show in Yokohama, Japan. This could indicate that as of the recent booking updates, Morrison is set to leave the company. Morrison’s recent win over Dolph Ziggler could be a sign that things have changed and he’s sticking around.

– Vince McMahon recently donated $2,500 to the 2012 Presidential campaign of Mitt Romney.

– WWE had John Cena lay out The Miz and R-Truth on the Halloween RAW Supershow because Cena was laid out the week before and was scheduled again to go down on the November 7th RAW. Officials felt that even though it would appear to weaken the Survivor Series build, they didn’t want Cena being beat up three weeks in a row on RAW.



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