WWE Wants Talent to Step Up, Luger Appearance, Bret Hart DVD Note


– Embedded below is footage of Lex Luger’s appearance on Busted Open Radio from earlier this week.

– WWE will present their Bret Hart: Dungeon Collection DVD set on InDemand PPV next month.

– Officials have told a lot of the talent that now is the time to step up and work their hardest now that John Cena is out with an injury.

It was dictated that if there was ever a time in WWE to make a name for yourself and become a star, now is that time.

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Source: PWInsider.com

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  1. Sad..yes, but true. Now is the time for some of the young guys and some of the not so over vets to step up and show what they can do. I for one will not miss the Cenuts character one bit. Take your time coming back buddy.

  2. I hate when they say talent needs to step up! How? You guys are the ones writing the show and decide what to do with these guys, do your job and find a way to use them correctly.

  3. This is what happens when you put all your eggs in one basket, when Vince decided to change the image of the company from a wrestling to an entertainment company he decided that the new image would be embodied in John Cena, but the cost of that was ignoring the guys who where there for what they were hired to do, wrestling. Now they are scrambling to fill the void left by Cena, but more than that is the void they made themselves by putting all their fate in one guy, who can’t even wrestle, instead of making sure the rest of the talent was always on point ready to move up when the moment came.

  4. is it just me or the actual entertainment is the wrestling.. not all of this other nonsense… when a three hour program only has 40%(maybe) of their time dedicated to actual matches its a big problem.. also total divas is ruining the shows.. i don’t give two s***s about it.. in my humble opinion social media has ruined the programs i have enjoyed for over 35 years..


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