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- WWE has interviewed several people for a producer position for the new WWE Network. Salary for the job starts between $300,000 and $400,000 with benefits. The job has been hard to fill.

- Mick Foley likely won’t be in person at the Survivor Series pay-per-view on November 20th because of a previous charity commitment. Foley will still appear on the November 14th RAW from Boston and likely the November 21st RAW from Hershey, PA. The belief is that Foley will become a regular on WWE TV, in a non-wrestling role, beginning early next year.

- As noted before, WWE is using Twitter more and more these days. The man behind this is Vince McMahon, believe it or not. Apparently Vince is high on getting things mentioned at the beginning of RAW to trend worldwide throughout the night on Twitter.

Source: Wrestling Observer Newsletter

  • Wellsy

    @Buttercastle

    It’s free advertising and publicity if it trends. That is a real reward.

    I don’t really get Twitter though. Much prefer Facebook.

  • venom

    @Buttercastle

    Yea, but it is advertising WWE when it’s mentioned on twitter.

  • Buttercastle

    I wonder if he realizes that trending on twitter has no real rewards, beside people talking about it for an hour or two. It’s not like it’s helping the ratings at all.

  • Sean Mooney

    Well he loved when “anal bleeding” was trending worldwide. I am surprised the King never did address that, I think that’s the real he “Walked out”.

  • Eddy

    welcome to the 21 century
    Mr. Mack
    Next he might start to watch MMA.

  • Liam Catterson

    Vince, I get it that you are high about Twitter, but is there any need for the term twitter to be mentioned 70% of a program jeez!

  • tyrome gibson

    get @ dat gm position mick

  • Will Henderson

    over under until Vince decides to start tweeting.

  • me

    vince mcmahon high on crack

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