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The Rock and Vince McMahon are discussing return

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The Rock recently appeared on Sports Nation and said that he would love to return to the WWE and wrestle again. The Great one even revealed that he has been in negotiations and planning with Vince McMahon about a comeback.

Rock confirmed that the night after WrestleMania 29 he was supposed to start a long-term feud with Brock Lesnar, but tore two tendons from his pelvis in his match with John Cena.

As for returning to the ring, Johnson said that he has spoken with McMahon about an in-ring return, and it’s just a matter of finding out what opponent makes sense. Rock listed up and coming stars like Bray Wyatt and Roman Reigns who have lots of potential at the moment, but need to truly become stars in the industry for them to be considered.With Rockys schedule it remains up in the when a return will most likely happen. The Peoples Champ wants to return, the WWE and Rock are not sure when it will be yet.

    Kurt Angle thinks CM Punk may have jeopardized his wrestling future

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    Former WWE superstar Kurt Angle was a guest on Jim Ross’s podcast “Ross Report.” Listen to the show here. Kurt Angle has warned CM Punk that his alleged actions could have jeopardized his wrestling future. Angle spoke of his respect for Punk but was wary of the rumors that the now departed wrestler had questioned the WWE’s policy of booking veterans to return for big events on a part-time basis.

    “I wanted to contact him and say ‘Listen, Punk, you’re working full time now but its not going to last forever and there’s going to come a time when you want to go part time too,” Kurt Angle explained to The Ross Report.

    One of the many rumors is CM Punk was angered by the likes of The Rock being handed top bill matches by Vince McMahon. At present time CM Punk being seen in a WWE ring anytime soon is highly unlikely. The WWE did not try to renew the wrestlers contract this past week.

    “You’re going to be able to have that spot at WrestleMania as a part time worker so try not to put the fire out before you end up there because there might come a time when you might want to do that.”

    Angle, a former WWE World Heavyweight Champion, spoke of his own desire to return to the WWE in the future, Kurt Angle’s contract with TNA Wrestling is up on September 21, and he has indicated that he is open to returning to WWE.

    “I am interesting in talking with WWE, I do want to know what they have to say. I always said that I would finish off my career there, but I just don’t know right now.”

    The Olympic Gold medalist has not been seen in the WWE since 2006 when he left the company as one of its highest paid wrestlers and have been with TNA ever since.

    Listen To My second single Featuring Smoke DZA – LCR (Lights, Camera, Rugby)

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    Its well documented that Emilio Sparks is a HUGE wrestling, Emilio wanted to combine his two loves Pro Wrestling and Hip Hop. Emilio teaming with Harry Fraud’s in-house engineer, John Sparkz, and Ryan Fionda to form “The Sparks Foundation,” The name of the EP is Forever Madness (The Randy Savage EP). The EP serves as an ode and tribute to the late great Randy Savage, as well as the entire “Wrassle Rap” community.

    “Lights, Camera, Rugby,” is the second single off the EP and features producer The Audible Doctor flipping Ric Fair’s classic theme music.

    The project is set to drop in early August, and will feature Smoke DZA, SAYITAINTTONE, Problem, Michael Christmas, and more. Production on the project will include Mike Cash, Audible Doctor, Billy Jones, Kyle Justice, plus others.

    Mac’s Three Points: SummerSlam, We Coming For You….

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    The smoke is finally settling in, the stars are aligning in place, and the build towards SummerSlam has been kicked into high gear after last night’s Raw in Miami. It was a show full of news and angles clearly pointing towards the company’s second biggest show of the year behind WrestleMania, great promo work from the usual suspects, and an emergence of one who can be an excellent manager in the days heading forward. Oh yeah, and we also got a Flo-Rida performance that I put on mute.

    And with that, let’s run down the Three Points of Raw plus a few bonuses.

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    CM Punk has been added to the WWE.com alumni page.

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    Punk’s contract is up on July 17, and no apparent movement has been made on a potential return for the former WWE champion. CM Punk: How come people can’t leave me alone? two weeks later CM Punk: come join me for my podcast. He’s still the best but also a douche. #TOOL

    Listen to My First Single featuring King Chip and Casey Veggies- Lipstick on the Blunt

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    Its well documented that Emilio Sparks is a HUGE wrestling, Emilio wanted to combine his two loves Pro Wrestling and Hip Hop. Emilio teaming with Harry Fraud’s in-house engineer, John Sparkz, and Ryan Fionda to form “The Sparks Foundation,” The name of the EP is Forever Madness (The Randy Savage EP). The EP serves as an ode and tribute to the late great Randy Savage, as well as the entire “Wrassle Rap” community.

    King Chip and Casey Veggies collaborate for the first single from the project titled “Lipstick on the Blunt,” which features producer Mike Cash flipping Val Venis’ classic theme music.

    The project is set to drop in early August, and will feature Smoke DZA, SAYITAINTTONE, Problem, Michael Christmas, and more. Production on the project will include Mike Cash, Audible Doctor, Billy Jones, Kyle Justice, plus others.

    Today in 1985 – “Macho Man” makes his WWF TV debut

    July 6, 1985 Randy Savage makes his WWF TV debut. In June 1985, Savage was billed as “the top free agent in pro wrestling,” Savage’s first appearances on Tuesday Night Titans featured several established managers (including Bobby Heenan, Jimmy Hart, and “Classy” Freddie Blassie) offering their services to Savage. He eventually declined their offers and chose Miss Elizabeth as his new manager. His gimmick was a crazed, ego-maniacal bully who mistreated Miss Elizabeth and threatened anyone who even looked at her.

    Vince McMahon reportedly calls for more budget cuts

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    WWE Chairman Vince McMahon is set to endeavor more wrestlers reducing the company’s financial output. It’s understood that McMahon wants to cut $20 million from the budget of the WWE, which is a major decision in itself.

    “Vince McMahon has reportedly called for more cuts to the budget, as the company looks to trim an estimated $20 million from its budget this year,” WrestleZone reported.

    In April, WWE suffered a major financial setback when the stock price of the entertainment company plummeted. The company started up their own network around the time of WrestleMania XXX and that was relatively unsuccessful. Vince McMahon expected more fans to subscribe and the move to make their network has been seen as a failure in many quarters.

    Also, a few weeks ago, the company released 11 wrestlers in one day, and then followed that up with the release of announcer Josh Mathews last week.

    You never want to see anyone lose their job but if I had to make of list of possible endeavors I would start with…Otunga, Khali, Hornswagle, Heath Slater, Layla, Fandango, Santino, Alex Riley, Christian, Zack Ryder, Tyson Kidd, Curtis Axel and Ryback. Wait maybe Ryder is safe I swear he’s the guy in bunny suit, who comes out with Adam Rose. Who are we kidding he’s gone too.

    Mac’s Three Points: Awesome Raw, Ambrose/Reigns, SummerSlam Build

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    Fresh off the heels of a solid Money In The Bank pay-per-view, WWE delivered a tremendous Monday Night Raw last night building towards SummerSlam. Yeah, there’s another show in three weeks called Battleground, but no one is caring about that. The real focus is the second biggest Pay-Per-View of the year and the end of the first cycle of WWE Network subscriptions. As a result, the company is looking to pull out all the big guns for August with three big returns, two face turns, a possible heel turn, and a couple a really good matches. What delivered was a well-written Raw re-establishing a good portion of their characters.

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    Hechicero vs. Cavernario (CMLL En Busca de un Idolo Finals) – 6/20/14

    If there’s anything to be known about me, I am a big fan of Lucha Libre (Mexican Professional Wrestling) and a couple of weeks ago CMLL had wrapped up their En Busca de un Idolo tournament. To give a novice description of the event, the tournament started in 2012 with the goal of elevating “rookie” workers up the card. Luchadores such as Titan and Vangellys have found great success winning the previous years as well as Polvora, Valiente, Puma King, and Tiger Kid in acquiring notable increase in rank due to their involvement.

    This year’s tournament had a number of incredibly good talent with the final four consisting of Negro Casas‘ Dragon Lee and Cavernario and Virus’ Cachorro and Hechicero. All signs pointed to a Hechicero and Dragon Lee final, until fan voting led to Cavernario up into the 2nd seed to face Hechicero in the final. Cavernario is Negro Casas’ pupil who have this barbaric caveman gimmick (hence the name). He’s a solid worker with a number of aerial offense and a backbreaker submission finisher known as the Cavernaria. Hechicero is a bad ass luchadore who is Virus’ student that has a myriad of innovative high-impact offense. It’s easy to fall in love with his work with his style itself and watching him pull off wicked moves.

    The match has a glaringly botched spot earlier, but aside of that it is really fucking good. I have a lot of high hopes going forward for the winner, though all the runner-ups should be very well in CMLL as history shown.

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