New Talent, News On RAW/SD Show, Jericho, More

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WWE has confirmed plans to hold another Supershow on 9/12 in Little Rock, Arkansas. The event will feature a SmackDown! television taping, followed by a live presentation of WWE RAW.

A group of protesters in Vermont is currently attempting to get WWE banned from running shows in Burlington. The group, which protested outside a recent WWE show at the Burlington Memorial Auditorium, has expressed outrage at storylines involving sexual harassment and extreme violence.

"We've seen in out takes from the footage sexual discrimination, sexual harassment, domestic violence acted out. All these things I don't want my kids seeing as acceptable entertainment," Wendy Huff told the Channel 3 News.

The Burlington Parks & Recreation Board is investigating the situation and evaluating whether or not such a ban is even legal. One possible compromise on the table would involve labeling WWE events as "adults only," but WWE has, in the past, opposed such labels being placed on its shows.

The "Beyond the Mountain" event, which was set to feature Chris Jericho as the host of the weekend in San Bernardino, California has been canceled.

Tommy Dreamer will be appearing at the debut 1PW event on October 1 at the Doncaster Dome in Doncaster, Great Britain.

Indy valet Kara Slice is scheduled to move to Louisville, Kentucky at the end of the month, as she is hoping to earn a WWE developmental deal. She has recently been working out at the Ohio Valley Wrestling training camp that ran several months back.