-- WWE is currently working on a top 50 finishing moves DVD. Jim Ross spoke about it in his latest blog, saying he contributed to it during RAW's taping last night in Oklahoma City. Ross wrote, "That should be an interesting DVD and as is customary with 'lists' or 'top ten's, etc" it will likely be controversial to some fans. Nonetheless I had fun doing it and it brought back some cool memories."
Ross also said that the company is working on a new Greatest Rivalries, although the subjects of the DVD is not yet finalized.
"Another major production is scheduled for 2012 but I am not sure as to the rivalry that will be featured but the rumors that I hear are fascinating," he wrote. "Obviously, I hope to be involved as I was with the Bret/Shawn DVD which is a must see."
-- WWE Monday Night RAW's social media score saw a drop of 31% from the previous week. Last week's show, which was the night after the Royal Rumble, scored a year high of 187,713, while this week's show was down to an activity score of 129,977. The score for this week was in the middle of the pack for the first six weeks of the year. RAW's "Positive Sentiment" was 72%, which was the same as last week.
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