New Tag Team, The Rock/Jeff Jarrett, Latest From Fandango, The Highlight Reel Returns

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- WWE is planning to book Brodus Clay and Tensai as a tag team moving forward.

- WWE is advertising the return of "The Highlight Reel" with Chris Jericho featuring The Miz on this week's WWE Main Event. The show will be taped Tuesday night in Little Rock, Arkansas.

- The Rock and Jeff Jarrett exchanged Tweets after The Rock name dropped Jarrett in his promo on this week's WWE Raw:

- The Fandango vignette that aired on this week's WWE Raw is embedded in the video below:

  • What exactly is Fan…Dan…Go’s gimmick supposed to be? A romancer who likes to dance?

    • BlazeKing

      Think “The Maestro”, lol.

  • Chris

    I don’t know how I feel about Clay/Tensai … I think it would work better as a monster heel team, but with how popular Clay is with the kids I don’t see WWE turning him any time soon.

    • Pluto

      I think they work great as a babyface gentle giant tag team. You already have Henry, Lesnar & Big Show doing the monster heel thing so Clay/Tensai as monster heels would be over kill at this point.

      • Nostaljack

        I really liked it. Based on all I’ve read here, I figured I’d hate it and that he’d have looked forced and uncomfortable. Instead, he looked like he was having fun with it. It didn’t look forced at all. He absolutely made the best of it and it actually fit him to be having some fun with Clay. Sometimes, the IWC can get a little too uptight about things and I think that’s happening here. We all need to lighten up a bit and just let this be what it is…harmless fun.

        • Jimmy

          I hope a have monsters ball battle royal at WM29 with Henry/Show/Clay/Tensai/Khali. Because they dont have any other plans for Wrestlemania as of yet.

      • Jimmy

        Now it’s just a matter of seeing how long they last. But then again when i first saw Clay as the funkasaurus i thought it was the biggest joke and he would only last a couple of weeks, but he has really caught on since then.

  • How long until attempts to sue the WWE for use of the name? I wish I were just kidding, but in this society of suing to make money, it’s likely to happen!

    • AndrewMcCutchen22

      I thought the same exact thing. It’s probably just a matter of time.

    • Because WWE is using it as a name does that count? I could be wrong, but I’m sure names are excluded.

    • Bigbad25

      Im going to guess that holds a copyright as and not just on the word fandango. But i could be wrong

      • This is likely true, but since they advertise as Fandango, that is where they might be able to try and claim something. I am not saying they will, but in this day and age of sue to get money, it wouldn’t shock me at all. It’s really no different than WWF and WWF. It worked for them and they got millions out of it.