WWE has released a statement to Fool.com, a stock market education website, to answer speculation on the WWE Network's live streaming capabilities when it comes to next month's WrestleMania 30 pay-per-view.
“Notwithstanding the overwhelmingly positive response to WWE Network, we want to ensure subscribers have the highest-quality experience watching WrestleMania 30 and all our programming, and thus have put in place significant quality assurances. These steps include increased capacity to handle high volumes of transactions, logins, and concurrent live streams, daily ‘stress’ testing of all systems over an extended period, and the addition of technology experts to review our plan and procedures. We’re confident that we’ll be ready on Sunday, April 6.”
WrestleMania 30 is live on pay-per-view April 6th.
New John Morrison Interview
Former WWE Superstar John Morrison recently did an interview with PWMania.com, where he commented on working for WWE, starting a fitness company, and more.
"The vibe backstage became more relaxed the longer I was with the company… 1: because when you’re new to the locker room you have to walk on egg shells a bit and, 2: because the roster has become less unruly than it was back in the day… we all wear dockers & collared shirts; dress code."
He also commented about what he's been up to lately:
"2014 is off to a crazy start! I just finished filming a Hercules movie, starring as Hercules. It’s going to be out in July around the same time the Rocky’s Hercules movie comes out. I’m really excited about producing my first feature; Boone the Bounty Hunter, Boone is a bounty hunter that does parkour to catch skips. I’ve been working on the project for over a year now and am really excited to begin filming next month."