The Rock has started yet another new job on Monday. He noted on Twitter that he has started shooting a television show called Wake Up Call for TNT, which seems to deal with interventions and helping people turn their lives around.
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.
Tommy Dreamer has announced that he will bringing back his YouTube show. It appears that former WWE diva Shelly Martinez, known as Ariel in ECW, will be his first guest.
Former WWE and TNA star Tara is involved with a proposed soap opera called Tainted Dreams. She is playing a character named Carla Santiago, a parole officer.
ESPN is working with Kevin Von Erich to produce a documentary on the legendary wrestling family. It is set to air sometime in 2014.
WWE received some criticism from the fans last night because they did not put more of an emphasis on their tribute to Mae Young, whose death last week saddened the wrestling world. More feathers will be ruffled, as management has opted to remove the video completely from the Hulu broadcast of Monday Night Raw.
"Once again, HONORED to be included in the Mae Young tribute video tonight on Monday Night Raw. So much respect for her and proud to be in same ring."
- Bully Ray
While WWE has been paying tribute to Mae Young, who died earlier in the week, at live events by showing a special video, Natalya Neidhart has decided to take it one step further, by dedicating her victories over AJ Lee at the live events to the hall of fame performer.
"Very embarrassed that Oklahoma media have ignored Mae Young's passing. It's appalling. Someone do their homework. Pro wrestling bias?"
Now that the legendary performer has passed away, people will be given one final chance to say goodbye to Mae Young. Visitation is being held this upcoming Tuesday at the Dunbar Funeral Home in Columbia, South Carolina, and the funeral itself is being held the following day at the same location.
"Rest in peace, Mae Young. You're truly an inspiration to us all. It was an honor to have met you. You will be missed."
"When I ran into the duo at shows, Moolah would always remember me from our catering convos, and in the middle of talking Mae Young would go, 'Now which one are you again?' in that shaky voice to which Moolah would say, 'Oh Mae Hush Up' to which we would all share a laugh."
"I'm just grateful for the moments I got to spend with her. Both Moolah and Mae were an important part of my life in WWE, especially in my first couple years in the company as they were my biggest cheerleaders. They were always encouraging me and telling me they liked how I didn't 'wrestle like a girl'. She was an inspiration to me and so many of the girls in the locker room. I used to tell her 'Mae, I want to be just like you when I grow up'. I'm going to miss her a lot."
"From the moment she first stepped through the ropes, Young established herself as one of the most active and successful female Superstars – including becoming the first U.S. Women's Champion, carrying out one of the most storied rivalries of the time with the legendary Mildred Burke in 1954 and being among the first female competitors to tour post-war Japan. The entire WWE Universe offers a standing ovation to a true queen of the canvas and bids Mae Young a heartfelt farewell."
Zack Ryder took to Twitter to post a quick message about the death of Mae Young, and the longtime WWE star also included a picture of himself with the hall of fame diva.
"A trailblazer & role model...paving the way for women in this division. You will always be remembered! Rest in peace, Mae Young."
It has now been confirmed that Mae Young has passed away, as Stephanie McMahon herself has posted a message on Twitter to inform everyone. There had been quite a bit of confusion all week long, as fans were quick to make assumptions about her death.
"Damn. What a life and what a career. Never forgotten and touched every generation. Rest in peace, Mae Young."
"My condolences go out to the family and friends of Mae Young. She was the toughest person I have ever been in the ring with. She was definitely what we call a class act Thank you for making the Dudley Boyz who we are today without you that would have been No Dudley Boyz you will be missed but never forgotten we love you Mae. May u rest in peace"
- Devon on the death of Mae Young
While wrestling fans all over have posted their condolence messages all over social media, it has now been confirmed that Mae Young is still alive. She is gravely ill and is off life support, but the WWE Hall of Fame inductee is not dead.
Things have taken a turn for the worse for Mae Young, as the WWE Hall of Fame inductee has now been taken off of life support. She has been in hospice care for approximately a week after spending some time in the hospital.
As of right now, Mae Young, a legendary performer most associated with WWE, is under hospice care, where one of her kidneys is in the process of shutting down. She is also breathing with the assistance of an oxygen machine at the moment.
Some good news has been revealed about Mae Young and her condition. The legendary WWE star is now at home and is able to speak again. Her condition is still quite serious, however, and Mae is still under the care of hospice for the time being.