There’s a lot of speculation going into tonight’s Cyber Sunday pay-per-view that Chris Jericho may finally make his return to WWE. Of course, anything is possible but Jericho has a packed schedule for today. The former WWE Undisputed Champion will be signing books today at 2pm in Fort Bragg, NC at the North Post PX. Jericho could easily make the trip from Fort Bragg up to Washington, DC in time for a PPV appearance. He is also scheduled for a phone interview with the Crime and Punishment radio show out of Winn*p
Given the way that Shawn Michaels has been superkicking WWE Champion Randy Orton on RAW every week one would expect Michaels vs. Orton to be a lock for tonightâ<80><99>s Cyber Sunday pay-per-view. However, there is some speculation that Michaels may not be ready for a match over 15 minutes with the current state of his knees and the fact that Jeff Hardy could be voted in by the fans. Nevertheless a title change is not expected unless it was a promise to get Michaels to return early.
WWE continues to be a huge draw in the United Kingdom as tickets went on sale for their April 2008 tour at 9 AM yesterday and the bookingsdirect.com web site crashed almost immediately. The WWE show in Glasgow sold out in less than ten minutes.
There has been some concern regarding the Undertakerâ<80><99>s health since his latest return to the company and that concern could play a factor in the outcome of his match tonight against Bastista. Not only has Vince McMahon been against short title reigns, Undertaker has not been performing up to his high expectations. However, the original plan before he was injured was to have Undertaker reign as World Heavyweight Champion going into next yearâ<80><99>s WrestleMania 24 pay-per-view.
The late Curt Hennigâ<80><99>s son, Joe Hennig, worked a dark match at this past Tuesdayâ<80><99>s SmackDown tapings with tag team partner Steve Fender. The duo faced SmackDownâ<80><99>s Jesse & Festus. Joe wore a version of his fatherâ<80><99>s trademark singlet.