The WWE have announced that it will be launching a dedicated subscription video-on-demand service to utilize its 75,000-hour programming library, including the NWA/WCW and AWA. "WWE is ready to move even more aggressively into the digital age by providing new services that will fit with the active lifestyles of our fans and meet their demand for new and innovative content," said Vince McMahon. "Our fans want more WWE and classic sports entertainment programming, and we have demonstrated our track record of providing content of the highest quality and value. I'm confident we can move into this new distribution platform for television as successfully as we have for syndication, cable, broadcast and Pay-Per-View." More info on WWE 24-7 can be found at www.wwe24-7.com -Courtsey from the Wrestling 365 Newsletter
P.S. I hope they can solve there problems with the World Wildlife Fund so there will be no blurring during the attitude era (1998-2002)
It seems like Brutus Beefcake hasn't been talked about at all in years. I remember when I was a kid, the coolest thing I could remember was when Ron Bass cut up Beefcake with his spurs, and the blood just gushed out everywhere.