The Bret Hart Screwjob, Vengeance PPV, Lots More News

Ryan Clark


To further elaborate on WWEâ<80><99>s upcoming Vengeance pay-per-view on June 24th in Houston, TX, the current plan backstage in WWE is to make it a â<80><9c>Night of Champions,â<80> meaning that every match will be a title match.

Think Canadian fans are over the Bret Hart screwjob? Think again, as when Todd Grisham told fans in attendance to hold their signs up during commercial breaks, there were three signs in particular heavily booed. The signs read: “Toronto loves HBK,” “Get Well Shawn Michaels” and “Edge makes me embarrassed to be a Canadian.” Edge was said to be the most popular superstar from either brand in Canada this past week.

WWE will release the Most Powerful Families in Wrestling and The Ladder match DVDs on June 5th in anticipation for Fatherâ<80><99>s Day. Both DVDs are loaded with content as the Families DVD features over six hours of footage with the Ladder match DVD containing nine hours of footage.

AM RAW on May 26th did its usual 1.0 cable rating, with a 4.6 share.

This past Mondayâ<80><99>s edition of RAW only did a 3.3 cable rating, with a 5.2 share. Hour one did a 3.2 while the second hour drew a 3.3. WWE is obviously blaming the lower numbers on the Memorial Day holiday in the United States, where many people are not watching television.

Matt Striker has been doing some work with Ohio Valley Wrestling. This is a big time of year for OVW as they kick off their Six Flags events in Louisville, Kentucky tomorrow with confirmed appearances by both Chris Benoit and Steve Williams. Williams will team with James Hager to face the James Boys and Benoit will work a match against Mike Kruel.

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