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Curtis Axel Names Finisher, Bruno Discusses Warrior’s Death, RAW Rating Rebounds

Curtis Axel Gives His Finisher A Name

Curtis Axel appears to have revealed on Twitter that he’s calling his finishing move the Axehole. WWE have sent an internal memo asking stars with unnamed moves to come up with ideas.

That being said he may not be entirely serious.

Bruno Noticed Warrior’s Sweating

In a recent interview with Wrestling365 Radio Bruno Sammartino discussed the death of Ultimate Warrior:

When I went to New Orleans for the Hall of Fame, I never saw him until he went on stage, because, while I was there, on Thursday night they had the unveiling of my statue and he certainly wasn’t there. The next day I did some autograph signings and that night I had to meet all the foreign sponsors from different countries and I spent that night there and again, he wasn’t there. The following day (Saturday), I had to do more autograph signings and then when I did go to the WWE Hall of Fame, they took us there that night and I guess he was backstage, because they did some interviews with us and then marched us to our seating, so I only saw him when he came on stage.

I must tell you that I commented that night when he did come on stage with his two beautiful little girls looking so proud, as he was as well, but when they left and went to the back, I noticed it even more… I felt that he wasn’t walking well and I thought that was due to some injuries that caused that. I also noticed that when he came to speak, that he seemed, I don’t want to say out of breath, but he was sweating and all that. I didn’t think too much of it on the night and thought maybe he was nervous or whatever, but I just didn’t feel like there was something wrong with him and I had no idea whatsoever as to what was to follow, that was quite a shock.

RAW Audience and Twitter Rankings

This week’s episode of WWE RAW on the USA Network drew an average audience of 4,610,000 viewers, rebounding from last week’s 4,139,000 number.

The show was also #2 in Nielsen’s Twitter rankings, with 1.698 million accounts actively Tweeting.

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  • ReallyPeople?

    combined factors and and unfortunate, yet timely death of a WWE icon from the glory days, are pushing WWE back into the limelight…I am curious to see if they have what it takes for another massive pop culture run

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