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Artwork Revealed for New Dolph Ziggler & Kane Movie, Kane Reaches WWE TV Milestone, Stephanie McMahon on Good Morning America

Artwork Revealed for New Dolph Ziggler & Kane Movie

As noted, Dolph Ziggler and Kane will be starring in a new WWE Studios moves, and the film’s title has been changed from “6:42” to “Countdown.” Ziggler revealed this artwork for the movie today, and below is the movie’s synopsis:

Ray Fitzpatrick (WWE Superstar Dolph Ziggler) is a tough as nails narcotics cop working the beat in Los Angeles. After a drug bust goes wrong, Ray is forced to shoot his own partner, leading to his suspension from the police force. Before you know it, Ray is dragged right back into the thick of it when a mysterious package arrives at the station addressed to him. The package leads Ray and his colleagues to an encrypted website where an unidentified kidnapper broadcasts a threat to Ray and the entire police force. The kidnapper, it turns out, is holding a young boy hostage and unless the police department can come up with a $2 million ransom, he’ll set off a time-bomb strapped to the child’s chest.

The department, led by Lt. Cronin (WWE Superstar Kane) comes up with the payoff and Ray is tasked as the bagman. When the handover goes down, Ray is forced to shoot and kill the kidnapper before he can set off the bomb and kill the child. With 6 hours and 42 minutes left before the timed explosive detonates, Ray and Internal Affairs agent Julia Baker (Katharine Isabelle from “See No Evil 2”) race against time to find the now deceased kidnapper’s hidden lair and save the child before it’s too late.

Kane Reaches WWE TV Milestone

In related news, according to NorthAmericanWrestlingRankings.blogspot.com, which started keeping track of wrestler’s records and ranking them as of Nov. 2006, when Kane lost to Bray Wyatt on the 1/25/16 episode of Raw it was his 300th televised match as a singles wrestler, making him only the seventh man [behind Randy Orton, Dolph Ziggler, Kofi Kingston, Sheamus, Jack Swagger, and John Cena] to have wrestled that many televised singles matches.

[NOTE: these records count t.v. and ppv singles matches since Nov. 2006 ONLY].

Stephanie McMahon on Good Morning America

Earlier today, Stephanie McMahon did an interview with Amy Robach of ABC’s “Good Morning America”, and the interview will air in the 8am EST hour tomorrow.