Kharma's WWE Return, Why Chris Jericho Was Suspended, A WWE Offseason, Book Recommendations

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When will Kharma return to WWE?

Kharma has been training for her in-ring return to WWE. I haven't heard what the planned return date for her is, however, I would consider it to be imminent. She hasn't been in a WWE ring since her surprise appearance in the Royal Rumble and prior to that had not been seen on WWE television since May 2011.

I would like to know the status of Chris Jericho and exactly why he was suspended, have we or will we ever get the REAL story?

Chris Jericho was suspended for 30 days for denigrating the Brazilian flag, which is a crime in the country. I'm told WWE officials weren't that upset over the incident and felt it was just Chris' attempt to get cheap heat, however, they had to act with a disciplinary measure to save face. Not only is WWE a publicly traded company looking to stay away from negative publicity, Linda McMahon is running for Senate and is connected to anything the company does. There's no bigger story to this than that.

Has a WWE offseason ever been considered and would it help to attract better talent?

Ideas of an offseason have been talked about by people outside of WWE but an offseason has not been seriously considered by Vince McMahon and company officials. While there would be benefits for the talent to get time off, there's simply too much money on the line. I could analyze this question even more but the bottom-line is WWE makes too much money by holding shows year round.

What is your favorite book written by a wrestler?

It's been awhile since I've talked books but my favorite wrestling book of all time is "Hitman" by Bret Hart. If you haven't read it and want a detailed look at the wrestling business from in and out of the ring, pickup a copy. Both of Chris Jericho's books are fun reads that are funny and entertaining. Hart's book is a book that could be read more than once due to the detailed look it gives to the business.

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