Ronda Rousey On What Draws People To WWE, Work For WWE, Ricky Steamboat, WWE Getting Into 3D

- In the video above, WWE Hall of Famer Ricky Steamboat talks to Title Match Wrestling from Booker T's Reality of Wrestling event. Steamboat praises the promotion and mentions he's doing what he does best these days - smile, take pictures, sign autographs and give hugs & kisses to the kids.

- UFC's Ronda Rousey recently spoke with Rolling Stone and commented on what draws people into WWE:

"What draws people into WWE are the storylines. Building that storyline into the fights is really important, because it makes the s--t personal to people who are watching. If we're both sitting on a couch, and I like one person that's fighting and you like another person that's fighting, we're gonna start debating it, and whoever wins that fight solves the argument, so now we're personally invested."

- WWE is now hiring for a "Ross Expression Operator" at this link. The description reads like this:

"WWE is looking to fulfill a long-term temporary/freelance position working in Ross Expression. The main objective will be operating graphics within a 3D virtual set for a variety of different shows, and this is a new and exciting path for WWE as well as the broadcast field."

It appears WWE is finally getting into the 3D world. They discussed doing a WrestleMania 3D experience several years ago but it obviously didn't work out. Back in 2010, WWE sent out a survey asking fans if they would like to see WWE matches broadcast in 3D. It was reported at the time that WWE was looking to do a 3D special in 2011, likely with SmackDown on SyFy but it never happened.

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