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– Sky Sports in the UK announced today that it was getting out of the boxing PPV business. That means that they will only carry WWE PPVs.
– First round matches announced for the November 18th Survival of the Fittest event in Dayton, Ohio are The Bravados vs. The Briscoes, Rhett Titus vs. Roderick Strong and Eddie Edwards vs. Mike Bennett.
– As we noted earlier today here on the website, WWE made the following announcement today… Tickets for WWE WrestleMania XXVIII go on sale to the public this Saturday, but as a follower of our official WWE Facebook page, you can get your tickets to the biggest event of the year TOMORROW in a special online pre-sale, starting at 10 AM ET! Use the pre-sale code EPICNIGHT to get your seats, and we’ll see you in Miami April 1! In an update on this, WWE has released a second pre-sale code, which is SHOWCASE.
– We noted earlier that the Associated Press picked up on a story involving a major steroid ring in Ohio where 32 people were arrested. One of those was local independent wrestler Chris Carnage (real name Kris Shield). Here is an excerpt from the AP article: COLUMBUS, Ohio — A steroid ring uncovered in Ohio used drugs imported from China and processed at a secret lab in Tennessee to peddle drugs to high school athletes and other customers with a business model that implemented techniques such as bonuses and rebates, authorities said Tuesday. A grand jury north of Cincinnati in Warren County indicted 32 people in the operation on charges that include engaging in a pattern of corrupt activity, trafficking drugs and drug possession, according to police and prosecutors. Those charged include a bank manager, a financial planner, a delivery truck driver, a professional wrestler, a health club manager and a stay-at-home mom, and most have turned themselves in and are being held in the county jail, said Prosecutor David Fornshell. Authorities have seized more than $600,000 in steroids, about $300,000 in cash and vehicles, and a number of assault rifles and other firearms, some used for security at the lab and others that appear to be collected. James Deir, resident agent in charge of the U.S. Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives office in Cincinnati, called the investigation “unique” and one that led to the dismantling of a drug operation selling “poison” to high school students.
– Here are the cable ratings for the last week:
* USA was No. 1 at 2.2
* ESPN was No. 2 at 2.0
* SyFy was No. 18 at 0.8
* Spike TV did not make the top 25
The two hours of RAW were No. 4 and No. 9. for last week.