Update On Vince McMahon's Return To TV, "John Cena's Fast Lane" Contest, Damien Sandow-Dolph Ziggler - Wrestle Newz twitter google

Update On Vince McMahon’s Return To TV, “John Cena’s Fast Lane” Contest, Damien Sandow-Dolph Ziggler

– With Monday’s Raw drawing one of its worst ratings figures in the last fifteen years (a 2.68 cable rating, with an average of 3.58 million viewers over the course of the show), there are people within WWE speculating that Vince McMahon will resurface on television sooner rather than later. Original creative plans call for the Chairman to return sometime in November.

– WWE is currently holding a contest for John Cena’s Fast Lane, a street racing game that’s free and available now on iOS and Android devices. Courtesy of the comapany’s official Facebook page, details are as follows: “Show us you can beat John Cena at his own game! Post your screenshot of your Cena-beating race in “John Cena’s Fast Lane” to be entered to win an autographed John Cena t-shirt, plus an acknowledgement from The Champ himself on his Twitter account. Contest ends Oct. 30.”

To enter the contest, click here.

– This Sunday at WWE Battleground, Dolph Ziggler will face Damien Sandow in the streaming “Kickoff Match.” Promoting the bout, Mr. Money in the Bank issued the following message on Twitter.

(source: Wrestling Observer Newsletter)

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  • Cushman0794

    At least they followed Sandow’s directions.

  • Devon

    Before any of u super hardcore Cena fans start saying Cenas absence is the reason the have had that low rating u r 100% wrong. WWE always gets low ratings during Monday night football time. The NFL is more pg than WWE so that is why I watch raw

    • stevewiser

      You watch Raw because NFL is too PG? That is such an odd thing to say lol. You must be quite the rebel.

      • If you look at his other comments, you’d see that he is likely a 14 year old super macho boy who knows nothing about the real world.

  • The_Fearless_Diva

    I am happy to see Vince McMahon returning to t.v. in november.

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