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- We noted before that Shane McMahon’s company “YOU” is now listed on the NASDAQ exchange and company heads rang the bell at the start of trading this past week. McMahon has reached deals with several Hollywood studios to bring movies to China.

The company lost $4.8 million over the last quarter and McMahon had to loan the company $3 million of his own money back on May 10th.

– Twitter announced this week that WWE is now one of 12 new partners that will be testing out new interactive tweets. “Expanded tweets” will feature WWE audio, video and photos. The new features are already on Twitter’s normal website and their mobile website, and will be rolled out to iPhone and Android apps soon.

– The first week of pre-orders for the WWE ’13 video game were up 250% from the first week of pre-orders for the WWE ’12 game last year.

– It’s interesting to note that Rey Mysterio’s suspension is up in less than two weeks but he is not advertised for any WWE live events yet.

Source: Wrestling Observer Newsletter

  • WhiteboyChris

    man its good but twitter be pulling that fake shit though man but its ok wee i like 13 but 12 was good about that

  • The Awesome One

    Cant wait for wwe 13 gonna be epic, they better have a good song menu

  • SYM

    When Shane Mcmahon gave his Money to his Company, his theme song played but this time it said “THERE GOES THE MONEY”

  • Unique

    I don’t think he is going to come back….. I think that when his suspension is up they will announce his release.

  • mark

    i think he will come back for one last return then retire at mania next year

  • xXx

    ^hope his knees can still hold. cuz it’d be really great to see a match between those two..

  • Maxwell

    Can’t wait for Mysterio to come back. I think he would be one of few wrestlers that could work really well with Sin Cara.

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