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Former WWE Diva’s show cancelled, Former wrestler arrested, WWNLive has big news

The TV show titled “El Matador” was canceled after just one season. The show aired on the El Rey Network and had former WWE Diva Eve Torres in a recurring role as a sideline soccer reporter.

Former WWE developmental wrestler Walter Lolley II was arrested for intercepting shipments of controlled substances at his work as a shipping company. He was arrested on November 25th. Lolley wrestled as part of the OVW developmental system as Rip Steele. When authorities searched his home they found one pound of marijuana, steroids, oxycodone, and Adderall. He’s being accused by the Biloxi Police Department of selling the drugs he obtained.

WWNLive announced the following today:

WWN Enters Multi-Year Agreement to Promote Professional Wrestling Events in China, Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan Next Tour Slated for Spring 2015

Tampa, FL, December 3, 2014: After a very successful initial tour of China, which resulted in four capacity events in Grand Epoch City, Chengdu, Emeishan and Beijing, World Wrestling Network, Inc. (WWN) has entered into a five year agreement with Great-Wall International Sports Management LTD. (Great-Wall) and Transnational Services, Inc. (Transnational) to continue to bring the WWN brand of sports entertainment to China, Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan.

WWN President and CEO Sal Hamaoui stated, “The reaction from our 2014 China Tour has been nothing short of phenomenal. Over 16,000 fans witnessed our events live and millions more have now seen the television airing of our November 16th event from the MasterCard Center in Beijing. This agreement will allow WWN, along with our partners, Great Wall and Transnational, to do multiple tours annually throughout the region.”






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