Chris Jericho Cryptic Message Notes, ECW, & More

Ryan Clark


Several readers have sent word that the savior-self.com and saveus-222.com sites forward to WWE.com’s Cyber Sunday website. After a little research, both domains are registered to a Joseph Perkins from Entertainment Services based out of Stamford, Connecticut. WWE’s corporate website lists a Joseph Perkins as a Director. Here’s the blurb from their website: Joseph Perkins has been a Director of World Wrestling Entertainment, Inc. since 1999. Mr. Perkins was a pioneer in the television syndication of wrestling matches starting more than forty years ago. He is President of Communications Consultants, Inc. Before the pages forwarded to WWE’s Cyber Sunday page, there was a cryptic login. After decoding the binary code, it was revealed to be a username of “SAVOUR_SELF” and a password of “SUNDAYCOMING.” There was also a clock which counted down to 10:30pm on Sunday night. The page also contained links to the Save_Us videos through Jericho’s WWE Alumni page. Hidden in the page were the phrases “The few who have found his name shall spread the good word” and “The day of reckoning is at hand.” Also in the source of the page were the phrases “IS_IMMINENT_X29” as well as “ATTITUDE_IS_IMMINENT.” Take it for what its worth, just like the rest of the Save_Us rumors that have been going around the past month or so. This seems like it may have some significance since the domains are registered to the same name of a WWE employee in Stamford. Again, take it for what its worth.

Local advertisements for the December 11th ECW & SmackDown! tapings are listing MVP as an ECW wrestler rather then a SmackDown! wrestler on the roster line-up for this event. This can either indicate that he will become an ECW star in the upcoming weeks, or this could simply be an advertisement error. With MVP being the current United States Champion and Tag-Team champion with Matt Hardy, one would figure that he would have to drop those titles to make the transaction to ECW if that were to take place.

Comcast on Demand in Philadelphia is featuring a 31-minute Survivor Series show, showing the best moments and matches.

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