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Posted 12 December 2012 - 17:03
There are reports that WWE has signed former DX member Billy Gunn (Kip Sopp) as a NXT developmental trainer. Gunn has done some work with developmental talents at NXT earlier this year and it was reported after RAW 1000 that officials may bring him back as a trainer.
WWE officials are looking to be more edgier with RAW. The feeling is that Vince McMahon isn't behind the new push but obviously is on-board with it. Vince realizes that numbers are down and it's said that he is open to suggestions.
With the low ratings, WWE officials want to put out a product that's a little different than what we've seen over the past year or so. We can also expect to see more wrestling-heavy WWE programming.
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Anyone else think of the Nitro Girls at the end?
WWE has started polling fans in focus groups online about what they live and don't like about the Divas division and what roles they would like to see the Divas in going forward. Some of the discussed roles beyond wrestling were love interests for the Superstars, General Managers, ringside managers, hosts for WWE programming, reality programming and dancers.
During the Randy Orton/Sheamus vs Dolph Ziggler/Big Show match it looked like Orton injured his right wrist/hand after punching Dolph. The ref immediately did the injured sign and a trainer tended to Orton during the match.
During this week's Friday Night Smackdown taping, Orton was put through a table by members of the Shield. WWE then announced to the live crowd that he may have suffered a concussion, as well as a separated shoulder.