WWE Universe, come to WWE.com this Wednesday (Jan. 8) at 9:30 p.m. ET for a groundbreaking announcement.
Join WWE Chairman & CEO Vince McMahon — along with WWE COO Triple H, 11-time WWE Champion John Cena, and WWE Hall of Famers "Stone Cold" Steve Austin and Shawn Michaels — for the announcement, which will be streamed LIVE from Las Vegas.
Watch LIVE this Wednesday at 9:30 p.m. ET on WWE.com, the WWE App, YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, Yahoo!, Google+, Pinterest and Pheed. Mark your calendar and get ready for the biggest revolution in sports-entertainment history.
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First of all, what the hell is Pheed?
Second of all, what d'you suppose this ground breaking, game changing announcement is? I know we usually don't like it, but on this one, perhaps we will need to encourage some wild speculation!
(Or if Meltzer already told you, feel free to be the killjoy with actual "facts" as well.)
Pretty sure its the Network announcement. I think its telling that they are announcing it at 9:30pm Eastern on a Wednesday night. I would think something that huge you'd want to announce during the business day, but perhaps Vince doesn't want to see his stock plummet the minute after the announcement.
Austin's presence may be nothing more than putting his face on the archived video from the Attitude Era, but if they wanted to make original programming for the app, they could provide his podcast or another Tough Enough, which he last hosted.
"To be the man, you gotta beat demands." -- The Lovely Mrs. Tracker
It'd be a Gobbledygooker 2.0 moment if it's anything but the Network.
I think its telling that they are announcing it at 9:30pm Eastern on a Wednesday night. I would think something that huge you'd want to announce during the business day, but perhaps Vince doesn't want to see his stock plummet the minute after the announcement.
Because it's CES, there are a hundred companies doing presentations. It may be just be that was just the best time they could get to actually get media over there.
I'd actually expect the stock to go up a bit, at least in the short term, after this announcement. (Not about to put my money on it, though.)
I'd say the up-and-coming babyface names on everyone's lips are Edge, Booker and RVD. And why is Brock's background "surprisingly legitimate," when they've already had an Olympic gold medalist on the roster for three years?