WWE Studios' latest film, "No One Lives," a horror flick featuring Brodus Clay in a supporting role, will open in a limited theatrical release this weekend.
JR Offers More Thoughts on Tebow/WWE
In a new blog posted over at JRsBarBQ.com, Ross had the following to say about his recent hypothetical of Tim Tebow joining WWE:
My idea that Tim Tebow might find success in WWE apparently struck a chord with some media types. It's not the worst idea I've ever spewed. Tebow is young, 25, big and athletic, enjoys working with charitable organizations ala Make a Wish Foundation, etc and is coachable. Tim could be a positive role model in the ring and touch lives around the world via the WWE's global footprint. (Of course, being a positive role model in the ring in today's world often times means getting booed out of the building.)
Is Tebow to WWE a long shot? Absolutely. I doubt, but don't know, that it's ever been seriously discussed within the WWE. But it's certainly an intriguing idea if for nothing else for a well constructed, long term storyline that could culminate at WrestleMania 30 in New Orleans.