His son Michael told TMZ that they gave the OK to WWE about the angle, said "We felt that dad would have wanted us at RAW last week and agreed to the angle … We knew Dad wouldn't have wanted it any other way.”
Hey, if it is ok with the family, then it is ok with me. Besides, he seemed like such an old-school guy that it is not unreasonable to think he would have been ok with it too if he had a choice.
Originally posted by BigDaddyLocoThey should get the same cut he would have gotten if he appeared at WM then.
Since he wasn't going to appear at WM at all before his passing, and unless you think his ashes are actually in that urn.....he still isn't....then they would get the amount any other former talent would get by being mentioned in an angle at WM.
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As more of a work rate fan, I was suprised that the hightlights of this show were the promos by Ryno (!) and Joe. Great stuff there, and hardly seemed scripted at all. Was Lo-Ki even mentioned on the show this week?