Monday, November 19, 2007

W.W.E.: Jericho Countdown; Survivor Series Fast Results, Shaq, Damon at PPV; USA Today Article; Cena News; Nicolas Cage/Wrestler Movie

The moment has finally arrived, at least that's what we are being told. The W.W.E. website is saying that "all questions will be answered tonight" in regards to the cryptic videos that have been airing on W.W.E. programming for the last couple of months. The exact time, however, is apparently different than originally reported. Last week's video contained a countdown which would have put the arrival of the former undisputed World Champion Chris Jericho at 9:28 p.m. this evening. However, I read a report earlier that said a video aired during last night's pay-per-view which stated: 23 hours 32 minutes to go and aired at 10:13 p.m. Doing some quick math means that Y2J will make his return at 9:45 p.m. tonight. W.W.E. has to be expecting big ratings on the USA Network for this evening's Monday Night Raw. I know I will be watching...

Survivor Series Fast Results
defeated The Undertaker in a "Hell in a Cell" match due to outside interference from Edge. Batista retains World Title. Randy Orton defeated Shawn Michaels. Orton retains W.W.E. Championship. The Great Khali defeated Hornswoggle via disqualification after Finlay interfered. Triple H and Jeff Hardy win traditional Survivor Series elimination match. Lance Cade & Trevor Murdoch defeated Hardcore Holly & Cody Rhodes to retain World Tag Team Titles. Mickey James' team wins ten-woman bout. C.M. Punk retains E.C.W. World Title by defeating The Miz and John Morrison.

-- Shaquille O'Neal, Johnny Damon, and Alfonso Soriano were among some of the luminaries at last night's Survivor Series pay-per-view in Miami, Florida.

- There's more on Congress going after the W.W.E. in today's USA Today. Click me for more.

- Former W.W.E. Champ John Cena, who is due back from a severe biceps injury in five months, will not be on Donald Trump's Celebrity Apprentice. No word as to why. Cena had already filmed an episode a few months back.

- Turns out that Nicolas Cage will not be in the movie The Wrestler, instead it will be Mickey Rourke.

Well, It's finally here folks...the return of the "Ayatollah of Rock and Rollah."

"The suspense is killing me, I hope it will last." - Willy Wonka

Keep it in the Ring!

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