The New York Times Covers The Ratings Success Of Raw 1000, WWE Show In Washington, Lilian Garcia’s New EP

- The New York Times has an article online on the monster rating done by the 1000th episode of WWE Raw. Click here to read it.

- WWE has announced a live event from the Comcast Arena in Everett, Washington on October 5, 2012 at 7:30 PM

- Dot com released a blurb about Lilian Garcia’s new EP entitled “My Time” that is due out August 19th. Click here to check it out.

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  • Dude Love

    The most exciting moments for me were the DX segment, the return of the Undertaker, Bret Hart has guest ring announcer, IC title match, and the brief Brock and Triple brawl. However, overall, this was a failure of a show. The wedding segment was poorly handled (if they were going to make Brian a heel again, it should have been by him turning on AJ, making him a bad #$%$ now he's just a week pathetic heel), the Rock's return didn't have as much impact as previously, the Heath Slater and legends saga did not have a great ending, the brothers of the destruction reunion was poorly handled (should have had greater impact on current major story lines) and CM Punk turning heel, while not expected, is not whats needed right now for WWE. It should have been Cena turning heel, would have been the biggest wrestling moment since Hogan turned heel in WCW.

    • n1ck

      a failure of a show? clealry the wrestling business does not bring you joy anymore, you should move on

      • RobUK

        I agree that the Punk turn isn’t what’s needed right now and feel the Rock did make Bryan look weak. The problem is The Rock makes most of the currant roster look weak by his standards. I thought taker/Kane seemed a little under rehearsed but was the show a failure? No I don’t think it was, it was always going to be a one off nostalgic night. The only thing missing was stone cold – who I believe without him they may not have even been a 1000th Raw to celebrate. All in all I enjoy raw – I thought they could have even had more clips and trips down memory lane. My only gripe is Ths Rock coming in and walking straight into a title match. He doesn’t need it. It just takes someone’s spot – he’s not going to lose (he didn’t lose to golden boy Cena) So he’s not going to lose at the rumble to someone else.

  • Thumpa

    Why would WWE waste a Cena heel turn on free tv? You don’t understand business.