Cody Rhodes will be returning to WWE programming at next week’s TV tapings. He’s expected to keep the Stardust gimmick.
WWE has announced another free month on the WWE Network for new subscribers. Below is what the WWE Network will offer this month:
“New subscribers to the award-winning WWE Network can sign up now and get the first month free! During the month of July, WWE Network subscribers can watch the historic live special Brock Lesnar: The Beast in the East Live from Tokyo, WWE Battleground, all new episodes of WWE Swerved, NXT and Tough Talk, and much more.”
Former WWE Announcer Jonathan Coachman noted on Twitter that he wants to bring WWE & ESPN together. Below is what he tweeted:
“SportsCenter On The Road at Summerslam.” How does that sound. Show my bosses the power of @wwe fans by retweeting as many times as possible
Paul Heyman was scheduled to be a part of the WWE Live Event in Tokyo, Japan on July 4th, but he is not going. So this means that Brock Lesnare will be alone when he faces Kofi Kingston at the event titled “Beast In The East”. This is Brock’s first WWE live event in 11 years and his first match since WrestleMania 31. Many reports are speculating that WWE will change Brock’s opponent before the event.
Long-running magazine Pro Wrestling Illustrated announced this week that they are no longer recognizing TNA’s World Heavyweight Title as a World Title and going forward they will only recognize the WWE World Heavyweight Title as a World Title.