Actually, if you ask me, WWE should just put Ric Flair on the road as Batistaâ€™s manager, reuniting the pair in roles similar to their Evolution days. Flair could do the talking, which for whatever reason, Batista isnâ€™t hitting home runs with these days and he could add a little pizzazz to Batistaâ€™s presentation. Thatâ€™s about all I can think of for this idea.
What happened to FWE in NYC? You guys were covering them and then it disappeared.
The promotion hasnâ€™t run any new events. I was told they were focusing on putting together some shows in California.
You were talking about there being a â€śRockyâ€ť musical on broadway, which made me wonder if there could ever be a wrestling show on Broadway?
Iâ€™m sure there could beâ€¦because there actually was on. Teaneck Tanzai, which starred singer Deborah Harry and the late Andy Kaufman played the Nederlander Theater in NYC and closed on opening night.
With all the talk of CM Punk disappearing, how come no one is asking why Rock and Steve Austin arenâ€™t working Wrestlemania 30?
I think thatâ€™s because itâ€™s quite clear. Austin has said publicly he wouldnâ€™t be working the show. Rock is working on a film project and unless heâ€™s going to try and appear as a last minute surprise, thereâ€™s no reason to promote the idea that their biggest draw the last few years wonâ€™t be appearing.
Why would TNA build up the Leiâ€™d Tapa-Gail Kim split and then release Tapa after one match? It makes no sense to me at all.
The word making the rounds is that the company felt they had done all they could do with Tapa at this juncture.