Previously WWE.com's pay-per-view schedule section only had the current PPV (and last week was just listing SummerSlam), but when I checked it out today...I noticed a much more extensive listing:
-Unforgiven [RAW] September 18, 2005 from Ford Center in Oklahoma City, OK -No Mercy [Smackdown] October 9, 2005 from Toyota Center in Houston, TX -Taboo Tuesday [RAW] (Tuesday) November 1, 2005 from PayOne Center in San Diego, CA -Survivor Series [Dual] November 27, 2005 from Joe Louis Arena in Detroit, MI -Armageddon [Smackdown] December 18, 2005 from Dunkin Donuts Center in Providence, RI -New Year's Revolution [RAW] January 8, 2006 from Pepsi Arena in Albany, NY -Royal Rumble [Dual] January 29, 2006 from American Airlines Arena in Miami, FL -No Way Out [Smackdown] February 19, 2006 from 1st Mariner Arena in Baltimore, MD -WrestleMania 22 [Dual] April 2, 2006 from Allstate Arena in Chicago, IL -Backlash [RAW] April 30, 2006 from Rupp Arena in Lexington, KY
Also, WWE released their updated Key Business Drivers on their Investor Relations website today: The Great American Bash did slightly over 225,000 buys (almost exactly on-par with Smackdown's last offering, Judgment Day).
Just curious...my wife and I were watching Heat last night and she asked me why Test is called Test. I said, "Good question!"
Does anybody know how the "Test" gimmick began? What significance does the name have?