RecordNet.com spoke WWE's senior marketing representative Arthur Mroczek about how WWE stacks up with mixed martial arts. Mroczek said, "We're considered a sports entertainment company. Our product is entertainment vs. a strict martial arts event, which is a hands-down sport. It's entertaining for the entire family. It's not something that is as violent as a mixed martial arts event."
WWE.com is reporting that that former Intercontinental and European Champion D-Lo Brown has signed a new Superstar contract with World Wrestling Entertainment. Since departing WWE, Brown had wrestled on the indy scene as well as in TNA Wrestling and All Japan Pro Wrestling.
Joe Hennig, son of the late "Mr. Perfect" Curt Hennig, reported to Florida Championship Wrestling this week.
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