OK, I’ll confess that I’m not a fan of either Mark Henry or recent World Wrestling Entertainment returnee Chris Masters, but I would get a kick out of seeing the Masterlock applied on The World’s Strongest Man.
Tune in to this week’s WWE Superstars to see if that will happen. Here’s the teaser from WGN America.
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As everyone who knows me is well aware, I’m a big fan of pro wrestling, particularly World Wrestling Entertainment. So it’s great that starting today, I’ll be able to give regular weekly updates on WWE Superstars.
WWE Superstars is an hour-long show that airs exclusively on WGN America, and what makes it unique is that it features Superstars and Divas from all three of the WWE brands: Raw, ECW and SmackDown.
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Here’s the teaser from WGN America for this week’s episode.
Intercontinental Champion Rey Mysterio will find himself in a hairy situation when he faces the monstrous Mike Knox on WWE Superstars. Can the Ultimate Underdog pull off another impossible victory? Find out on Thursday 8p east | 8p west on WGN America!
If you’re on Twitter, you might also want to follow @wgnamericathurs You can also check out the WGN America WWE Superstars Facebook Page. You can interact with other fans on Twitter and Facebook and join in the fun, including trivia questions that test your WWE knowledge.
So, who am I rooting for? Rey Mysterio, of course. Heck, does anyone ever root for Mike Knox, heh.
I won’t be able to watch the show tonight at the Araneta Coliseum, but here’s an excerpt from my CNET Asia blog post.
Professional wrestler Chris Jericho has been posting Twitter updates on his Philippine visit for World Wrestling Entertainment’s SmackDown/ECW Live house show that will be held tonight at the Araneta Coliseum.
Jericho, who is @IAmJericho on Twitter, arrived in the Philippines yesterday from Japan, where they also held shows as part of the SmackDown/ECW Live tour in Asia. The Philippine visit was made possible in partnership with Jack TV, the cable channel that airs WWE programming in the country.
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