He was. WWE doesn't expect you to remember. Perhaps they will make a passing reference to how Vince got back in power.
First off, I want to say I really enjoy the site. Keep up the great work! I've noticed that Ryback has not faced many actual WWE Superstars (only one comes to mind) in his run. The fact they keep dragging it out with him beating up scrawny no-names, makes me wonder if there's a chance they'll pull a scenario like in the early 90's when the 1-2-3 Kid came out of nowhere and upset Razor Ramon. It would be a great way to get a new young talent over INSTANTLY. Thoughts?
That's a pretty damn good idea. I don't know if the company will go in that direction but with the right talent, it would be awesome.
Who do you expect to be gone from Impact Wrestling (TNA) first? Ric Flair or D'Angelo Dinero. Or are they already heading out the door anyway?
Safe money is on Flair.
Back around the time Ric Flair was announced to be attending this years WWE Hall of Fame, Dixie Carter was interviewed and hinted that WWE will be giving TNA back in return. Has there been any news on what she was talking about?
Unless it was TNA's lawsuit, nope. Dixie Carter hinted that we'd find out down the line but to date, nothing has been publicly said. Perhaps WWE will send someone to their Hall of Fame ceremony.
Why does Sin Cara no longer add the arm wrench in his La Mistica? Did WWE tell him not to use it?
No word on why he's changed how he performs the move.