– The Orlando Sentinel has an article online today about how a crew of 100 is working 16 hours a day to bring WrestleMania to life on March 30. A steel-roof structure is being built over top of the ring to protect the wrestlers in case of rain and will also be used to hang a large video board. WWE production manager Brian Petree was quoted in the article as saying, “It’s going to be a big, great show with stuff people have never seen before.” You can read the full article at this link.
– Batista did not work last night’s SmackDown/ECW house show in Alexandria, Louisiana as advertised.
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