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WWE Considering A Wrestler Ranking System?

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• WWE Considering A Wrestler Ranking System?

WWE recently sent out a survey to some select fans and the following questions were asked:

– How many times a month do you watch RAW, SmackDown, and NXT?

– How often do you attend Live Events and watch Premium events?

– Are you interested in NFTs?

– Are you interested in a wrestler raking system?

– Are you interested in real behind-the-scenes workings at WWE?

– Which Social Media platforms do you follow with WWE?

This has begun speculation that WWE might be considered a ranking system. WWE used to do “Power Rankings”, but stopped it in 2017. AEW currently has a ranking system in place.

In a survey back in March, WWE asked the following question:

“What do you like, if anything, about watching AEW Dynamite?”

The most recent survey also includes questions about the WrestleMania Backlash match-card, where fans were asked to rank the matches from “Not At All Interested” to “Extremely Interested”.

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• Old School Wrestling Veteran Celebrates His Birthday

Old School Wrestling Veteran Lance Von Erich (Real name: William Vaughan) celebrates his 62nd birthday today.

After wrestling for Don Owen’s Pacific Northwest “Portland Wrestling” territory in 1984 & 1985, Vaughan was brought to World Class Championship Wrestling in Dallas Texas by promoter Fritz Von Erich to become a (kayfabe) Von Erich.

They explained to the WCCW fans that Lance was the son of Fritz Von Erich’s (kayfabe) brother Waldo Von Erich.

Vaughan left the Dallas territory in 1987 and continued to wrestle on the indies, as well as internationally, touring several countries such as India, South Africa & Malaysia.


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