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WWE Launching New YouTube Channel, FCW Champion Works House Show, Injured WWE Star Returns To Action, Triple H Advertised For Raw, Miz On Conan

December 5, 2011   ·   0 Comments

– WWE has announced that on February 1, 2012, they will be introducing a new WWE YouTube channel featuring “exclusive, one of a kind videos from your favorite WWE Superstars and Divas.”

— Damien Sandow, who currently reigns as FCW 15 Champion, competed at Friday’s SmackDown live event in Chattanooga, Tennessee. He lost to Tyson Kidd via roll up.

Sandow previously competed as Idol Stevens in 2006 for SmackDown.

— Booker T defeated Cody Rhodes via disqualification at Friday’s SmackDown live event in Chattanooga, Tennessee. After the match, Hornswoggle came out to do a Spin-a-roonie with Booker.

— The official website of the St. Pete Times Forum is advertising Triple H for Monday’s Raw SuperShow.

– The Miz is advertised for Conan on Thursday. The program airs at 11:00 p.m. and 1:00 a.m. on TBS.

— Skip Sheffield competed in his first match in over a year at Saturday’s Raw live event in Sunrise, Florida, defeating Alex Riley.

The former Nexus member had been sidelined since breaking his leg and ankle on August 18, 2010 at a Raw live event in Honolulu, Hawaii. He underwent a third surgical procedure in June and vowed that it would be his last.

In the latest edition of Fun Time Radio, Shelly Martinez discusses her relationship with a former WWE talent she dated during her time in Ohio Valley Wrestling and ECW. The show is available here. Amber O’Neal appears as a guest on the show.

— WWE ring announcer Justin Roberts announced at Saturday’s Raw live event in Sunrise, Florida that tickets for the April 2, 2012 Raw SuperShow at the American Airlines Arena in Miami, Florida go sale next Saturday via Ticketmaster. A pre-sale takes place Wednesday.

— Former WWE star Super Crazy turns 38 years old Saturday. He now competes for various promotions in Mexico.

— Evan Bourne returned to action at Saturday’s Raw live event in Sunrise, Florida, losing to Dolph Ziggler.

Bourne’s thirty-day suspension for his first violation of WWE’s Talent Wellness Program expired Wednesday.

 

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