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Praise for Maria Kanellis, FCW Referee Debuts on RAW, Cena at Toys R Us, Rollins Says Released Diva Got What She Deserved, Road to WM Taking Its Toll, More

March 7, 2012   ·   0 Comments

John Cena will be doing a special autograph signing at Toys R Us in Times Square, New York City on March 18th at 12pm. Beginning this week, the first 300 fans to purchase $30 worth of WWE merchandise in the store will receive a ticket to the meet-and-greet. There are only 300 tickets available.

– FCW referee Brian Nguyen made his WWE RAW debut this past Monday in Boston, working the Eve Torres vs. Alicia Fox match. Nguyen has been refereeing in FCW for over a year and a half now.

– Former WWE Diva Maria Kanellis has been receiving rave reviews for her work in Ring of Honor lately.

– Most of the WWE RAW and SmackDown crews are headed home today for a few days off before getting back to this weekend’s live events. Like every year at this time, it’s said that the Road to WrestleMania schedule is taking its toll on everyone.

– As noted before, FCW star Seth Rollins recently confirmed the release of developmental Diva Leah West (Irena Janjic). West, who was trained by Lance Storm, was actually released in late 2011. A fan recently brought up her release to Rollins online and he replied with the following:

“Leah West got what she deserved.”

– Former WCW star Sgt. Craig Pittman turns 53 years old today while former WCW personality Tylene Buck turns 40. Also, former WWE and TNA star Val Venis turned 41 on Tuesday.

– Fans have been upset that they can’t post comments on WWE’s new series of YouTube videos. Zack Ryder is telling fans to contact WWE so they can begin to comment on his videos again. He wrote today:

“Broskis…if you want your voice to be heard and be able to leave comments again on Z! TLIS…tweet @WWEonYouTube #letuscomment”

– WWE Hall of Famer Sunny noted that she will be in attendance for the WWE Hall of Fame and WrestleMania 28 this year. Sunny is now taking bookings through the end of the year via Nick at platinumentertainment44@hotmail.com.

– As noted yesterday, former WWE Diva Angela “Savannah” Fong is working with THQ doing motion captures for the WWE ’13 video game that comes out later this year. She revealed on Twitter that former WWE star David Hart Smith is also working with her on the game.

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