If you go on WWE.com and read the article regarding the WWE Draft Lottery you will see that during the statement(s) of The Boogeyman moving to ECW, they tend to take a slight shot at ECW. Here is the statement: The Bottomless Pit dweller makes the move to ECW after seeing his diminutive friend, Little Boogey, splashed by the Worldâ<80><99>s Strongest Man, Mark Henry on Friday Night SmackDown. Understandably, heâ<80><99>s in a bit of a foul mood. Looking at his new home, the Boogeyman seems at first to be a perfect match with the master of Original Sin, Kevin Thorn, who has an occult aura around him. But it could be that creatures of the night such as Thorn and Boogeyman tend to work alone. Also, the Boogeymanâ<80><99>s unorthodox style could present a challenge to ECW Superstars that are used to a more traditional, conventional style of ring warfare. “But then again, ECW has been anything but conventional in its history, and in that sense, the worm-eating enigma will be right at home.”
Thanks to Mr. J Santiago for sending this in: I was in Wal-Mart an I seen a two pack of wrestlers one said Elijah Burke an the other said Johnny Nitro but the toy is clearly Sylvester Turkay just thought I would pass that along.
Thanks to Heidi Pascoe for sending this in: I am going to be attending RAW in Calgary and SD in Edmonton in July. My local ticket master booth had an outline of scheduled superstars to appear and Rey Mysterio was on the list. Not to mention he is on the poster for the Great American Bash. The Hardy Boys were also on this list, not sure if they make a team appearance or if this is a hint of things to come from the draft.
Vince McMahonâ<80><99>s â<80><9c>deathâ<80> angle was featured as a headline on CW11. According to readers the news channel said that the limo explosion was a hoax as well as Mr. McMahonâ<80><99>s death.