In order to promote the movie, WWE will be having Scooby Doo on Monday Night Raw this week. It will not be the cartoon version, however. The company is opting to bring a real life costumed version of the character, and there is a very good chance that he could be involved with a segment. John Cena is a good candidate to be involved in that scene.
March 23, 2014
In order to promote the upcoming movie, Triple H and Stephanie McMahon took a promotion picture with a guy in a Scooby Doo outfit. The WWE vice president of talent and live events is lifting up the person in the suit. The trio is also standing in front of a replica of the Mystery Van, the primary mode of transportation for the characters in the cartoon.
March 23, 2014
When WWE announced the arrival of the Slam City cartoon series earlier this week, only guys from the main rosters were included as characters. A fan decided to go the extra step by drawing Sasha Banks, Camacho, Mojo Rawley and CJ Parker as characters for the show. Management has no intentions of including WWE NXT stars as of this moment, though.
March 22, 2014
When WWE announced their new Slam City cartoon, the characters announced were John Cena, Mark Henry, Rey Mysterio, Kane, Sheamus, Alberto Del Rio, Dolph Ziggler and Randy Orton. The company is expected to expand that with more performers. Stephanie McMahon recently revealed that the Rock will become a character soon.
March 21, 2014
Expect to see WWE heavily promoting the new Slam City cartoon over the next few weeks, as Vince McMahon really has high hopes for the series. The belief is that it should generate even more interest in from children into the product, and the hope is that WWE will have new fans because of the animated series, which in turn would help with advertisers.
March 17, 2014
A status update on Twitter from Zack Ryder, informing fans that WWE is no longer selling any of his merchandise. Rumors have been circulating that the company wants to downplay his popularity, and this revelation lends credibility to those speculations. The fact that Ryder actually pointed it out in public is a sign that he could be really frustrated with his situation in WWE.
July 1, 2014
As many of you already know by now, several WWE stars were on the receiving end of a release today, as the company is trying to cut cost a bit. As that is happening, Mark Henry decided to celebrate his 18th year anniversary with the company by posting a message on Twitter, which did not sit well with Curt Hawkins, who was one of the performers released. Hawkins posted this response to Henry.
June 12, 2014
A status update on Twitter from Mick Foley, where he stated that TNA wished him a happy birthday while WWE has yet do so. While the former world heavyweight champion is more than likely just playing around, there appears to be some truth in jest, as rumors have been floating around that there is backstage heat between Foley and some members of management in WWE.
June 8, 2014
A couple of years back, fans witnessed a real life shoot incident in the ring between JBL and the Blue Meanie. Some blood was involved. Apparently, the two of them have resolved their issues since then, as JBL took to Twitter to wish the Blue Meanie a happy birthday. The former WWE stars appear to be quite cordial with one another now.
May 20, 2014
A status update on Twitter from Steve Austin, who revealed that he was visited by Eric Bischoff today. The two had a history of backstage heat towards one another because of how Bischoff treated Austin when the two of them were working in WCW together. It appears that the relationship has been mended.
May 6, 2014
A message on Twitter from CJ Parker, where the WWE developmental wrestler expressed shocked at Brock Lesnar defeating the Undertaker at Wrestlemania 30. His sentiments were shared by millions of professional wrestling fans, who believed that Undertaker was going to be able to retire with the winning streak in tact.
April 18, 2014