Last month when Joanie Laurer legally changed her name to “Chyna”, WWE stepped in and tried to prevent it from happening. The company claimed they own the rights to the name Chyna, but were unsuccessful in their attempt to block the name change. This could have something to do with the fact that Chyna immediately challenged Vince McMahon to a fight after leaving the courthouse where she filed the paperwork.
According to Kurt Angleâ<80><99>s official website, TNA’s February PPV “Against All Odds” will be taking place from Greenville, South Carolina. This will be TNA’s first PPV outside of Orlando since October’s Bound For Glory from Atlanta.
WWE was highlighted in an article in yesterdayâ<80><99>s edition of the Wall Street Journal. The publication said that WWEâ<80><99>s stock has rebounded from the Benoit tragedy fallout and is given a â<80><9c>buyâ<80> rating by analyst Ali Mogharabi.
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