|By Marc Middleton | September 11, 2012 | Comments|
Source: PWInsider- One-half of the WWE Tag Team Champions Kofi Kingston wrote the following on Twitter last night after Kane and Daniel Bryan became the new #1 contenders:
"Kane and Daniel Bryan at Night of Champions... This is going to be interesting. Me and @RonKillings are up for the challenge though!"
- Based on the 2013 DVD listing that WWE released yesterday, they will be changing up the pay-per-view schedule next year. Over the Limit will now take place in the fall of 2013 instead of spring. The pay-per-view slot formerly held by Over the Limit is currently listed as "PPV TBD."
- Even before Jerry Lawler suffered a heart attack at last night's RAW in Montreal, there were several timing issues and script re-writes in the 8pm hour. Bret Hart was apparently "all over" last night's show but ended up having some stuff edited out. Apparently WWE also edited out more skits with Kane, Daniel Bryan and Dr. Shelby.
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