Source: Wrestling Observer Newsletter-- We posted a press release earlier today where Wrestlicious announced that they have partnered with the Union Square Agency for production going forward. They also announced receiving a letter of intent from a Viacom-owned cable network to broadcast all-new episodes of the series in 2011. This is interesting to say the least and we hope to have more shortly.
-- As noted over the weekend here on the website, WWE has been toying with the idea of giving younger WWE talents managers. According to a source, more talents will be getting managers in the near future. One of those names being discussed as a possible manager is current WWE producer/agent Arn Anderson. Anderson had been rumored to play the role of Tyson Kidd's manager but they wound up going with Michael Hayes instead.
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