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WEDNESDAY NEWS UPDATE
- This week’s guests on The Bump include JBL, Liv Morgan, Peyton Royce, and Dana Brooke.
- The company has named Karen Mullane as Controller and Chief Accounting Officer. She will report directly to Chief Financial Officer Kristina Salen. She previously worked for Etsy.
- PWInsider is reporting that Brian Kendrick has been working as a producer for NXT recently.
- WWE Shop has new Shotzi Blackheart and Damian Priest t-shirts.
- Today’s free matches added to YouTube include Shawn Michaels vs. Rob Van Dam from the November 25, 2002 episode of Raw and AJ Styles vs. Shinsuke Nakamura vs. Roderick Strong from the 2019 Survivor Series.
- Trish Stratus will appear on the holiday TV movie ‘Christmas in the Rockies’, which will air on Thanksgiving on FOX Nation. It will air on Citytv next month in Canada.
- Pete Dunne talked to Sports Illustrated on being in the best shape of his life, as well as his return to NXT.
- Dana Brooke has signed with the First Round Management agency.
- Forbes has an article on Rajan Mehta, WWE’s chief product and technology officer.
- Sasha Banks spoke to Comicbook on her appearance in ‘The Mandalorian’. She also held interviews with TV Guide, The Hollywood Reporter, and Inverse on her role.
- The Bella Twins appeared on the Tamron Hall show to talk about their potential return to a WWE ring.
- NXT North American champion Leon Ruff spoke to Stephanie Chase on winning the title, X-Pac’s influence on his career, and being a smaller wrestler.
- Impact Wrestling executives Ed Nordholm and Scott D’Amore issued a statement on the passing of Bob Ryder. Ryder was found dead in his home this morning following a bad fall the day prior. He had been going through intense chemotherapy treating cancer.
- Lance Storm is now offering SWA Virtual Wrestling Training/Coaching via Zoom. Information can be found at: http://academy.stormwrestling.com/index1.html or contact him at SWAVirtualTraining@gmail.com
- Chris Jericho has launched his new Painmaker clothing line.
- VGC has an interview with Yukes senior vice president and producer Hiromi Furuta, who talked about the upcoming AEW video game.
- Tony Khan talked to CBR, comparing AEW to the Marvel Cinematic Universe. "One of the great things [Marvel does] is they really care about what their audience wants, and they go out of their way to hear their fans," Khan told CBR. "And I think that's what I try to do with AEW and we all have made our mission with AEW is to give a wrestling show that was giving the fans what they were missing in wrestling. I think we've carved out a great space for ourselves, similar to Marvel.”
- The Rock posted a picture on the set of Young Rock, where Brett Azar will play the role of The Iron Sheik.
- Matt Taven and Mike Bennett talk about Bennett’s return to Ring of Honor.
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