Former Star Returning To WWE, WWE Stock Continues To Plummet, WWE-TNA
— Dustin Runnels is returning to World Wrestling Entertainment as he has signed his contract. Runnels recently faxed his signed contract to officials. He has not been given a start date, but is expected to end up on the Raw brand. Head Raw writer Brian Gewirtz is pushing for him the most as he’s always been a fan of the Goldust character. Upon his return, he will likely play a comedic role rather than a risque/serious one.
— WWE stock closed at $9.31 per share today, way down from the $10.16 per share the stock opened with. At one point today, it hit a new 52-week low of $9.25. Overall, the stock is down 24% since Monday.
— A few WWE & TNA stars are scheduled to appear on the same show for the retirement of Abdullah The Butcher, which will be held by the World Wrestling Council on December 13 in Bayamon, Puerto Rico at the Ruben Rodriguez Coliseum. WWE wrestlers Carlito and Primo are scheduled to appear, as are TNA’s Team 3D. Other wrestlers scheduled to appear include Sabu, Balls Mahoney, and Steve Corino. For more information on the show, check out www.SuperEstrellasWWC.com. WWC is owned by Carlos Colon, father of Carlito and Primo, which explains why they’re allowed to appear at the show.
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