The second part of WWE's 'Where are they now' feature on the Headbangers is available at WWE.com.
Joey Styles tweeted the following: "WWE employees are voting on the Top 50 Superstars of all time for a DVD to be released in December."
Matt Hardy is still tweeting in character, asking his fans whether he should "fight the power" and stay in WWE or leave and go elsewhere. He also mentioned that he was told he'd be fired if he shows up on Smackdown next week. In response to that tweet, Chili from the group TLC asked why Matt can't just fire Vince for holding him back.
USA dominated the primetime cable rankings this week, coming in with a 2.7 average. Fox News was a distant second with 1.5. Burn Notice and Royal Pains both had their season premieres in the week, which helped the number. SyFy was in 20 at 0.8, while Spike came in at 22 with a 0.7 average. Raw, NXT and Impact all scored above the average for their networks. Raw's second hour was the 8th-ranked show last week. The first did not break the top 10. The iCarly movie iPsycho was first with a 5.0 rating, with Burn Notice at 4.7 and ROyal Pains at 4.1 in second and third. In the 18-49 age group, Raw came in at 4 and 5.
Across the pond in the UK for the week ending May 21, iMPACT! had 81,000 viewers on the first run. RAW had 97,000 and 61,000 more on the replay. SmackDown! drew 85,000 and NXT had 43,000. For the week ending May 28, iMPACT! had 98,000 viewers while RAW had 103,000, SmackDown! had 136,000 and NXT had 43,000.
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