The WWE.com web team has been moved from the fourth floor of Titan Towers to the TV studios. TV producer Chris Chambers is running the website now and they are taking a more ‘work shoot’ style. WWE knew that the website had gone stale in the last year or so and are doing the necessary things to bring people back.
On the ‘Video Sales – Recreational Sports DVD’ chart, ECW One Night Stand debuts this week at No. 1. Road Warriors: Life & Death remains at No. 2. Wrestlemania XX1 drops from no. 1 to no. 3. Greatest Stars of the 80’s drops from no. 3 to no. 4. Judgment Day 2005 drops from no. 4 to no. 5. Rise and Fall of ECW drops from no. 5 to no. 6. Backlash 2005 drops from no. 7 to no. 8. Rob Van Dam: One of a Kind redebuts at no. 20. On the ‘Top DVD Sales’, ECW One Night Stand debuts at No. 29. John Cena’s CD is no. 120 on the Billboard 200, and no. 60 on the hip hop albums.
Kanyon has posted a new commentary at ChrisKanyon.com. In it, he announces the end of his retirement.