- The Extreme Reunion being held on April 28th in Philadelphia has already announced plans for future shows. They will run on June 30th at the National Guard Armory in Philly and have plans in place to hold shows in additional markets outside of Philadelphia in the future. The promotion reportedly has events mapped out through November of this year.
Over time, Extreme Reunion will be replaced with an official promotion name. The idea is to debut new talents and intermingle them with ECW alumni to create something of a new generation. They are also looking at bringing in international talents.
– There has been speculation this week if the feud between Mick Foley and Dean Ambrose has really been called off after Foley made comments in his blogs. PWInsider confirms that the feud is still on and everything you read is all part of the storyline.
Speaking of the feud, a fan asked Ambrose on Twitter when will he finally come and take Foley “out.” Ambrose replied:
“I wont. He took himself out. In terms he would understand he’s the cowardly lion of WWE, I’m far from heartbroken”
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