Velvet Sky Dismisses Negative Online Report, Dixie Carter Conducting Survey, Time Remembers “Macho” Man Randy Savage, More
December 15, 2011 · 0 Comments
She tweeted, “Doing site surveys now for a location for Lockdown 2012. Where do you want to see it take place?”
— Velvet Sky has dismissed yesterday’s report attributed to Wrestling Observer editor Dave Meltzer that much of Karen Jarrett’s degrading on-air dialogue toward the Knockouts Division starlet is based on how certain company officials legitimately perceive her.
She tweeted Tuesday in response to a fan, “LOL that RUMOR is so far from the truth. Don’t believe everything you read people…”
The TNA Knockout then stated Wednesday to her followers, “A grown man + rumors = Wrong, Epic Fail, Try again and THANKS FOR PLAYING! Try reporting something with truth to it. Must be a slow week.”
– Regarding WWE discontinuing Classics on Demand in order to bolster the strength of the WWE Network when it debuts in April, although subscribers to the video on demand service are receiving postcards informing them that the service will be discontinued on January 1, 2012, some cable operators are telling customers asking about its status that it will not be discontinued until March 31, 2012.
— WWE will hold a Raw live event at the Matthew Knight Arena in Eugene, Oregon on Sunday, February 26, 2012 at 5:00 p.m.
— Time‘s “Person of the Year 2011″ features a brief biography on Randy Savage. Savage, who passed away on May 20, was included in their “Fond Farewells” section of notable deaths in 2011.
The feature is available here.
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