-- WWE has added WWWF Championship Wrestling to WWE Classics on Demand. The show will be a weekly update of the original, pre-WWF shows, with the first episode listed having originally aired on April 15, 1977.
-- Tonight's Urban Wrestling Federation pay per-view, "Thug Assassins," will not be available via Interet PPV. It will be broadcast using traditional PPV outlets like InDemand on Comcast, Time Warner, Cox, Cablevision, etc. as well as Satellite providers DirecTV & The Dish Network and Digital cable outlets like Fios and AT&T. It airs at 8 PM and 11 PM Eastern. It will then replay over the next month. There will be material airing at 6 PM on Facebook/UrbanWrestlingFederation, but that is the only stuff being distributed via the Internet.
-- Vince McMahon reportedly purchased three new Ferraris in the past week.
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