WWE has quietly released Judas Devlin, a developmental wrestler who was supposed to have been called up to the main roster to join Bray Wyatt, Luke Harper and Erick Rowan in the Wyatt Family stable. He has been removed from the official roster page for WWE NXT.
There has been little to no talk backstage of bringing Edge in for a special appearance at Wrestlemanie 30. The belief is that he has moved on from WWE and only made his recent appearance in September to do promotions for Haven, the television show that is currently working on.
Yet another project has surfaced for The Rock. This time, he's working on a new television show for TNT, where he helps out families through difficult times. The belief is that this is inspired by the real life generosity that Rock has shown towards others.
Some details have emerged about the reality television show that James Storm has been pitching to various Hollywood executives. The show would follow the TNA star as he attempts to open up a brand new bar. Word has it that there are a few studios receptive to the idea.
There are talks that Dixie Carter has had her production crew start working on a reality television show revolving around her, so that the TNA president can shop it around to the various networks in Hollywood. The hope is that it can bring more attention to Impact Wrestling.
Darren Young and Titus ONeil are down in Miami today, working on that rumored television show for the WWE Network. No word yet on what the show will be about, but the Prime Time Players are wearing suits on the set. There are talks that it could be a sports related show.
Shawn Michaels was in Las Vegas for the big WWE Network announcement, but that would not be his last time in Sin City this month. The former WWE champion had to travel back there for SHOT Show 2014 with the crew from his television show in tow.
James Storm recently revealed in an interview that plans are still in place for him to have his own reality television show. The former TNA World Heavyweight Champion has some more meetings set up in Hollywood later this month to discuss those plans.