WWE: Daniel Bryan takes time off for a family tragedy, the fans vote for Cena to face all three Wyatts, Legends’ House debuts, and more.
AMC announced their new development slate this afternoon, including new creative endeavors with Chris Carter (The X-Files), Amy Lippman (Masters of Sex), Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg (This is the End) along with an unscripted series about Smashing Pumpkins frontman Billy Corgan’s wrestling company, Resistance Pro.
Plus, Batista splits his jeans, AJ set to face *every* Diva at ‘Mania, Scooby-Doo, Schwarzenegger, Jeff Jarrett, and more.
The WWE, looking for more original programming to add to their WWE Network, sent out a survey to fans asking them to pick their favorite of nine new possible reality show ideas – from Steve Blackman the Bounty Hunter to a prank show featuring Superstars tricking “superfans.”
As we get closer and closer to what might be the most *interesting* WWE RAW since the show’s beginnings, the hot topic is, of course, CM Punk and the Chicago crowd. A crowd which has (or at least a few members of which have) drawn up a set of official rules for hijacking the show. Read up…
No one really knows what to expect from tonight’s show, although there are reports that the WWE has loaded it up with crowd favorites to thwart any attempts to chant over the programming – i.e. Daniel Bryan, The Undertaker and Brock Lesnar (again), etc.
But there’s also a report from The Wrestling Observer’s Dave Meltzer stating that CM Punk is actually returning tonight too. A claim that other wrestling reporters (who’ve used their own backstage “sources”) say holds water). Those who choose not to believe it though think it’s possibly just a stunt by the WWE to make the fans think Punk might return in order to quell an uprising.
Nevertheless, the Twitter account created for the Chicago RAW Crowd now has over 10k followers. And a set of official guidelines…
Matt Fowler is a member of the Television Critics Association. Follow him on Twitter at @TheMattFowler