On last nights ECW broadcast, Mike Adamle left the broadcast position right before the main event. Tazz followed him, and there was no commentary during the event. WWE.com has a story on the situation. According to the article, Adamle and Tazz exited the arena and went to the parking lot. The WWE site plans on having a further update on the situation soon. The article also acknowledges the fans that haven’t been too happy with him so far in his role as the play-by-play man for ECW. The article also deems his commentary as “lackluster.” They wrote: “It has been no secret that our traditional ECW fans have not been satisfied with Adamleâ<80><99>s lackluster commentary. Speculation is this could have led to the play by play and color commentator walking off during a WWE broadcast. Did Adamle and Tazz leave of their own volition or were they asked to leave?” Of course, this is pure storyline.
This week’s edition of Raw drew a 3.3 cable rating. The first hour drew a 3.13 and the second hour drew a 3.46. Additionally, the overrun drew a 4.17 rating.
Devin Cutting sent in the following… The WWE house show in Lubbock, Texas on Friday, June 27th, 2008 will be a supershow featuring superstars from all three brands. Go to http://www.prowrestlingevents.tk for info about upcoming shows.
The creepy pictures of Hulk Hogan oiling up his daughter Brooke that we reported on yesterday have been getting a ton of media attention – and not just online. All of the celebrity news TV shows (Access Hollywood, Extra) have been running the story. The biggest exposure the story has received so far came during the American Idol broadcast on FOX – with a commercial for TMZ’s syndicated show featuring the Hogan story.