No, and I bet they won't be. I don't believe management will punish either party and will more likely hope the issue dissipates.
Could WWE sue Charlie Sheen for shutting down his Twitter?
One, Sheen hasn't shut is down yet, but if WWE and Sheen had a contract and Sheen breached it by shutting his Twitter down before 7/23, I could see where they would have a case.
Where is Spike Dudley?
Matt Hyson aka Spike is retired and living in New England.
Why is it that Ring of Honor is running NYC every six months? I don't understand why they don't run NYC every month anymore. It can't be money because they are owned by a huge TV company now. How is it that Cary Silkin could run the place regularly and they can't?
Honestly, I think it comes down to a differences in outlook and strategy. NYC was ROH's top market with Chicago being a second when Sinclair bought the company. Under Silkin, the goal was to run every month and make money from tickets, merchandise, etc. because they needed that monthly inertia to keep things running. With Sinclair, the TV is the primary focus, so the live events aren't as important and they run markets less. I personally think that's a bad idea as it kills your momentum in every market, In my opinion, they should be running NYC and Chicago every other month because not doing allows the fans to fall out of habit of coming all the time. To me, there's no reason why Silkin, etc. could run every month and Sinclair can't.
I seem to remember WCW having a comic book back in the day. Am I nuts?
No, not at all. Marvel Comics licensed a WCW comic book in the early 1990s, which ran for 12 issues and featured Sting, Vader, Ron Simmons, Cactus Jack, Lex Luger and others from that era.