- ESPN.com has an article up looking at last night’s WrestleMania pay-per-view and how “Topps Slam Attax” gaming cards very accurately predicted the outcomes of last night’s matches. It’s an interesting read.
– WWE posted a message on Twitter.com today setting the record straight that superstars such as Shawn Michaels, Triple H, John Cena, Randy Orton, Undertaker, Rey Mysterio, Cody Rhodes, and the McMahons do not have Twitter pages. As for any Twitter users claiming to be those superstars, WWE said, “They are imposters.”
– MTV.com has an article looking at NXT rookie David Otunga’s WrestleMania predictions. Otunga successfully picked The Undertaker over Shawn Michaels, Bret Hart over Vince McMahon and Chris Jericho over Edge.
– WWE held a press conference on Sunday before WrestleMania 26 and RAW superstar Triple H had some very positive things to say about some of WWE’s rising young stars. IGN.com posted the following Triple H quote from the event:
“He’s (Sheamus’s) just a 24/7 ‘I want to get better’ kind of guy and that impresses me. There’s a few guys like that. You know, The Miz is a guy like that. Kofi Kingston’s like that. And to me that the exciting thing about the future for me in the WWE is guys like that, that have that passion,” Hunter said. “There’s a difference sometimes in personalities. It was a very cut-throat business a while ago and everybody was scheming to try and get their spot and you don’t see that now. But you can still see the passion in the guys. And Sheamus is a guy with a ton of it.”
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