Partial Source: Wrestling Globe Newsletter
-- WWE is cracking down on Twitter accounts parodying their employees as many have been shut down. Twitter, however, has a rule where they permit parody accounts as long as it is stated that the account is a parody in the description. Nonetheless, two popular accounts remain active: twitter.com/DumbKellyKelly and twitter.com/crankyvince. The account parodying Kelly upset her as she recently blocked it.
-- As noted earlier, the November 28, 2011 episode of the RAW scored a 3.2 cable rating, with 4,483,000 viewers. The show saw a significant drop in viewers as the first hour drew a 3.33 before plummeting to a 3.07 in the second. The show lost 296,000 viewers over the course of the second hour. Furthermore, most network programming was in repeats not to mention that Monday Night Football, which scored a 10.73 cable rating, was a blowout in the second half.
-- WWE has began airing ads for The Slammy Awards, which take place on December 12th during the three-hour RAW from Norfolk, Virginia.
-- The Great Khali is promoting THQ's WWE '12 video game on Saturday at Oberoi Mall in Mumbai, India.
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