HBK’s ‘Broken Arm’, Paul Heyman Mocks HBK, Eve/RAW

Ryan Clark August 14, 2012 3

HBK’s ‘Broken Arm’, Paul Heyman Mocks HBK, Eve/RAW


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— As noted yesterday here on the website, Friday’s edition of WWE SmackDown scored 1.89 (1.9) cable rating, with 2.73 million viewers. This is down from last week’s show, which scored a 1.91 rating with 2.78 million viewers.

— Following the end of Monday Night RAW, Shawn Michaels was loaded into an ambulance. Triple H stated that HBK had a “broken arm” (storyline obviously) and that Sunday’s match with Brock Lesnar is now even more personal. This was the major angle to end RAW we had been talking about here on the website throughout the week.

— Paul Heyman tweeted the following after Monday night’s RAW…

“I hope @ShawnMichaels recovers from this very quickly. It’s terrible he got taken out before @WWE #SummerSlam. But those are the breaks!”

— WWE is not promoting Eve’s appearance on the TV show Stars Earn Stripes due to the fact that the show runs at 8PM ET on Monday nights, directly against RAW.

— Eve Torres tweeted the following about Kaitlyn getting the win on RAW Monday night…

“Wow @KaitlynWWE got extremely lucky tonight. Glad she had a chance to feel good about herself before I ruin her on SmackDown this week.”


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