The Daytona Beach News-Journal has new interviews online with Jim Ross and Ashley Massaro, talking about WWEâ<80><99>s upcoming WrestleMania XXIV pay-per-view. Ross addresses the possibility of Britney Spears working the event among other things. Ashley also speaks out. You can check out both interviews at news-journalonline.com.
Sky Box Office is sending the following statement to viewers that complained about problems of the Royal Rumble PPV airing, where wrestlers were cut out of the picture (I, watching in the US, also had these problems). Here is the statement: “WWE are aware that there were some problems with Wrestlers being out of frame for international viewers receiving 4:3 pictures, due to them shooting in Widescreen format, and have apologized. It was due to the steep learning curve as they have just introduced the format because of going HD. We were not able to receive Royal Rumble in the Widescreen format, but have managed to find a solution, so all future live Sunday night specials, whether on Sky Box Office or Sky Sports, will be in Widescreen, starting from hopefully “No Way Out” on Sky Sports on 17th February. Wrestlemania on SBO will also be available in HD by the way.”