Of course, tonight is WrestleMania. Comcast, DirecTV and Cox (among others) are pushing the PPV through social media and email. Here's to hoping that the Network stream does as well as it did for the Hall Of Fame last night. We will have full coverage of the show tonight here on the site.
Stephanie McMahon served as the Honorary Chairperson of the Susan G. Komen New Orleans Grantee Announcement Reception yesterday. The foundation funded grants where 4,380 mammograms will be given out. You can watch her make the announcement by clicking here.
Hugh Jackman tweeted the following: "Looking forward to being the #WrestleMania 30 Social Media Ambassador. Does the #Wolverine get his own ring wear? #XMen #20thCenturyFox".
Michael Shalik of SEScoops.com sent word that his site is reporting that Vickie Guerrero is leaving WWE. He said that she is leaving on good terms and will be pursuing a career outside the industry. Vickie has been taking college courses for a while now. Good for her, I wish her the best.
BGDailyNews.com has interviewed Hillbilly Jim about the upcoming WWE Network Legends House series. You can read it by clicking here.
The New Orleans Advocate has a story looking at Axxess, which you can read by clicking here.
Buzzfeed has a really good piece catching up with Shane McMahon, that you can read by clicking here. ... Thanks to Ryan White for sending that along.
Eric Sturrock reporting. ... Rey Mysterio on Twitter sent out a message that read "I miss you Punk!!! http://instagram.com/p/masA3qpM2b/" With the Instagram Picture from Rey's account showing a picture of him with his hand around a cardboard cutout of CM Punk.
Living Colour frontman Corey Glover discussed the significance of CM Punk using "Cult of Personality" as his theme song in a new interview with Concertfy.com, "For him the song has significance in his childhood, which is very interesting for us to think that we impacted some kid. This is a song that they played when they were in Little League, thatâ€™s hilarious. His coach played Cult of Personality when they came out onto the field. It stuck with him." You can read the story by clicking here.