Stephanie McMahon Sells More Stock, Goldust Off Indy Event

Ryan Clark October 8, 2013 3

Stephanie McMahon Sells More Stock, Goldust Off Indy Event



RECENT GALLERIES

- PHOTOS: Rollins & Ambrose Debut New Ring Gear!
- PHOTOS: Seth Rollins Debuts New Ring Gear!
- EXCLUSIVE PHOTOS: RAW Script For June 2, 2014!
- PHOTO: Luke Gallows' New Real-Life Wife!
- PHOTOS: Bray Wyatt's Real-Life Sister!
- PHOTO: "Selfie" Of Tessmacher Getting A Massage!
- PHOTO: Brooke Hogan Posts Some New Pics!
- PHOTOS: New Photos Of Candice Michelle!
- PHOTO: Stacy Keibler Shows Off Her Baby-Bump!
- PHOTO: Natalya & Her Real-Life Sister!

– Due to his WWE commitments, Goldust will no longer be able to appear at GLCW Blizzard Brawl 9 in Wisconsin on December 7th.

Bill John sent this one in: The new Goldberg collection has been released on iTunes today (a day earlier than the actual DVD coming out), with the option to purchase match by match, or the entire compilation. Surprisingly though, the new Triple H DVD was released with ONLY the documentary form, no matches were released. That surprises me considering how much they pushed that DVD.

– Stephanie McMahon has sold more WWE stock. You can checkout the official filing here.


Share This Post and Support WZR!

3 Comments »

  1. Creature_of_the_Night October 8, 2013 at 5:18 pm - Reply

    LOL

    WWE is a sinking ship

    They deserve it for selling out and changing so much, alienating us die-hard old school pro wrestling fans.

    Kudos.

    • Pete October 8, 2013 at 9:26 pm - Reply

      Good thing you’re no financial expert.

      If you actually were a financial expert, you’d know that people are being encouraged to buy or hold WWE stock. Read the NASDAQ assessment if you have any doubts.

      Shane sold shares of stock before leaving WWE a few years ago. By
      your logic, that would mean “WWE must be a sinking ship.” However, 3-4
      years later WWE is still around. The day a large percentage of executive
      officers/employees who get shares of stock start selling shares at a
      significant rate, then you might be on to something. Until then, feel
      free to read the SEC filings for WWE. You might actually learn something

  2. anonymous October 8, 2013 at 6:15 pm - Reply

Leave A Response »

Last 75 Posts in Wrestling News