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– WWE.com has published a press release on John Cena’s partnership with Post Fruity Pebbles, which includes a collectable cereal box and an instant-win promotion awarding a VIP meet-and-greet with the talent.

“It is truly an honor to team up with Post Fruity Pebbles. After all, who doesn’t dream of being on a cereal box one day?” said Cena. “I am proud that the partnership also spreads awareness about the life-changing wishes granted by the Make-A-Wish Foundation, and ‘be a STAR’s’ anti-bullying message of showing tolerance and respect.”

– Brodus Clay’s Raw SuperShow debut also marked as opponent Curt Hawkins’ first match on the program. The former WWE Tag Team Champion was drafted to Raw last April in the Supplemental Draft but has been relegated to WWE Superstars, WWE NXT Redemption and dark matches. His tag team partner, Tyler Reks, still has yet to compete on Raw since joining the flagship brand last April.

– WWE will hold SmackDown live events at Jack Breslin Student Events Center in East Lansing, Michigan on March 10, 2012 and Wings Stadium in Kalamazoo, Michigan on March 11, 2012.

  • venom

    Guerrero was clean, but what he did in the past caught up to him unfortantely. I hope Jeffy Hardy stays clean.

  • Tombstonepildriver

    @BlaH
    What in the blue hell does this have to do with anything in this article?
    @keylo
    I understand the point you are trying to make—BUT no negative comments about Eddie please. Eddie overcame his deamons and proved himself over several years, not just a couple of months.
    Eddie has an amazing life story and I would encourage all of you if you can get a copy to watch The Eddie Guerrero story. And read Stealing life cheating death.

  • Tombstonepildriver

    @scooter
    I totally agree.

    John Cena, Do not embrace the hate, Embrace the Fruity Pebbleism.

  • keylo

    True Nicholas but remember unlike when they were battling their demons the coverage was not as know as like today thanks to the net. As half the things HBK did back in the early 90′s I did not hear till the middle of the last decade. I just think he should be all the help he needs as we all know its not like saying right, no more as that can have very serious to the user and those around him.

  • Euphoria

    @ Keylo, did you really just insult the great Eddie Guerrero? Really? The man was a legend, let him rest in peace..

  • scooter

    I don’t care what anyone thinks about the guy cena seems to take all the insults in hatred in good spirit at least someone in the business gets that wrestling is supposed to be FUN!

  • DuffManLovesHimSomeWrestling

    Very big difference between Eddie and Hardy. Eddie never blew a match in less than a minute like that screw up in TNA did.

  • Sammo

    Lucky Cannon should try and jump the cereal bandwagon and get Lucky Cannon Charms on the supermarket shelves.

  • Nicholas

    @ Keylo it is not that we don’t want to see Jeff Hardy turn his life around. It is that we have heard the story time and time again an what has happen every time an what happens a few months later he is back doing the same old crap. HBK and Eddie Guerrero when they kick there drugs habits they have really done it. But Jeff Hardy has to go a year or 2 until I believe it.

    Now don’t get me wrong not every will be a big Jeff Hardy fan as a wrestler. But really hope he has turn his life around put he has to prove he has really done it for more then a couple of months. To me back in March when he show up at a major PPV all drug up and out of it. That was the end of the line for many wrestling fans. To me a couple of months mean nothing go for a year or 2 an will be happy for Jeff Hardy as a person. Put as a wrestler will never be a fan.

  • keylo

    Watch all the Hardy haters come on slating the man for trying to turn his life around, funny really when you think these are the same people who cheered for an even bigger junkie at one time in his life called Eddie Guerrero who also managed to a degree to beat his demons like the way Coke man HBK beat his and yet they get praised and arse licked and Hardy gets slated, go figure, hmm I wonder if they had left WWE would they have got the same abuse from some keyboard warriors that we do see on here slating Hardy off.

  • Nicholas

    @Blah what does that have to do with this topic don’t get it.

    As for John Cena I think he has taken the Fruity Pebbles comments from the Rock to far lol. But it is going to sky rocket the sells for the cereal box.

  • BlaH

    The following are highlights from a recent interview with TNA star Kurt Angle:

    Angle on TNA’s 2011: “I think that 2011 was a subpar year, I think We did a lot of things right and a lot of things wrong. The most important thing I would say is the lack of communication within the writing and creative team. When you have a written show and you present that to everybody and then they start changing things and it becomes a watered down version of what the writer wanted in the first place. Now you don’t know which way to go. We do have a lot of chefs in the kitchen. I think that is the hardest part for our company because when Vince Russo is writing the show and you have Hulk Hogan and Eric Bischoff and a few other people and other TNA writers changing it up the last second which I don’t disagree with what Hogan says, I agree with him 100 percent.”

    “But we need to regroup earlier, maybe a week earlier and get it done, change it up, make sure we have the right changes so that we can keep going with the story the right way. So I think 2011 was a confusing year, so this is what we are going to capitalize on in 2012. We are not going to make the same mistakes. I think Hulk Hogan will get with to Vince Russo quicker, I think Eric Bischoff will get with Vince Russo quicker. We will get the show written, get it done a week earlier instead the day of the show, and changing it up. It was just very frustrating. Because I’m a little bit of part of everything in TNA and I watch what’s going on and sometimes I get a little frustrated when I see what Vince Russo is trying to do and I see what the outcome is.”

    Angle on TNA’s “Bound For Glory”: “We literally had a change in 2011 at Bound For Glory right before the match in the main event. In other words, somebody was supposed to win and it got turned to me winning that night. It worked out for the better, I’m not going to lie to you. So the change was good, but literally we didn’t hear about it until that night and me and Bobby Roode was like What?! I’m winning?! I have a torn hamstring and I can’t even wrestle.”

    Angle on Samoa Joe: “We have not done Joe justice. Whether it had to do with an attitude problem an attitude change. In wrestling you have to play by the rule book. Joe was a little bit of a rebel. I think that might have hurt his cause. I believe Joe is rational. I think we can still make Joe a big star again. I think Joe is a full time main eventer. I think we need to do it now because if we don’t do it now it will never happen.”

    Angle on the next main event guy in TNA: “AJ Styles was there for a while. And then we pulled him down which I didn’t agree with. Now we got AJ up there, Jeff Hardy is here, Robert Roode, James Storm. We’re starting to get to a point where these guys are going to start full time and Kurt Angle and Sting can dwindle off and retire. That’s what we need to happen and that’s what’s happening now and I’m glad because I don’t want to leave TNA and leave an open spot there. I cant wrestle forever. As a matter of fact I am already talking retirement. It’s about making guys and putting them in my spot and making sure they are secure there before I leave.”

    Angle on Jeff Hardy: “We were all concerned about Jeff and his welfare. We wanted Jeff to come back. We love Jeff. He is the coolest guy in the world. I have so much respect for him because he can go anywhere he wants. WWE would hire him like that even after everything that’s happened. If he wanted to, and he got released by TNA, WWE would hire him like that. You know why? Because he makes money. He sells merchandise, more than anyone else in this world. So God bless him he could go back to the WWE if he wants, but he wanted to come back here and he wanted to prove to everybody that he could be the wrestler and that he could stay clean.”

    “Came back and he humbled himself. Apologized to all of us in the locker room for an hour. Told us the whole deal. Told us the whole deal about his brother. Told us about everything about his story and said, ‘Listen, all I’m asking is for one more chance.’ And he was so humble and had so much humility. It was like ‘Ok you know what, you got your chance, you got more than your chance, We’re happy you’re here.’ Jeff right now in his life is the best role model a man can be for any kid. Seriously! If I wanted my kid to be anybody right now, it would be Jeff Hardy. My kid wears his shit. And I’m like ‘are you kidding me? You don’t have the singlet like Daddy, you got Jeff Hardy crap.’ He is the epitome of what a wrestler and a role model should be. And he is a good guy. He will take time to say hi to everyone.”

  • hbk fan

    edge heads 4 ever

  • Uncle Elmer

    Zack Ryder vs. Curt Hawkins…. anyone? anyone?

  • Second City Saints

    Brodus Clay is horrible

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