Apparently WWE doesn’t have anything creatively for The Boogeyman.
ESPN ranked the Benoit family tragedy as the No. 44 sports moment of the year.
The Courier newspaper in Houston is carrying an article about WWE Diva Torrie Wilson and former Spirit Squad member Nick Mitchell opening a clothing store in The Woodlands, TX. Wilson moved to The Woodlands to help her boyfriend open the store, the first of many more to come in the next two years. “I have always been a big clothes horse,” Wilson said. “I made my own costumes and clothes. I moved to Houston a year ago and I realized there was nowhere to shop in The Woodlands for the kind of clothes I wanted to buy.” The store features men’s and women’s clothes from designers. For more information on the store, which is named Jaded, go to officiallyjaded.com (thanks to Colin Vassallo)
Tickets for the 2008 Royal Rumble, which went on sale Saturday, are officially sold out. The event sold out in under five hours. According to the seating chart, WWE will be using the short entrance way rather than the usual set up for RAW or the set up used for WrestleMania XX.
Based on Nielsen’s Fast National Numbers, last night’s Friday Night Smackdown scored a 2.5 broadcast rating. This week’s episode was a best of edition.