Forbes On If Brock Lesnar MSG Match Had Value, WWE Shop Sale, WWE Star Signs With Media Agency

- Forbes has a good article here about Brock Lesnar's victory over The Big Show at last night's WWE at MSG WWE Network special. The article called Lesnar's win "a meaningful triumph" and noted that the match had value:

Despite wrestling Big Show several times in the past, and Big Show being past his prime, the Lesnar-Big-Show tilt at Madison Square Garden still carried value. In a spot-on backstage interview prior to the match, Heyman hailed the match as special. With Lesanr set to appear on Raw multiple times in October, including tomorrow night in Boston, WWE should see a healthy rebound from record-low ratings last week.

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- R-Truth signed with CSP Management, who will handle all aspects of his career outside of WWE. They sent us the following press release:


RON KILLINGS aka R-TRUTH, the WWE superstar, has signed exclusively with Los Angeles based management firm CSP MANAGEMENT.  CSP is the recently launched management division of CITIZEN SKULL PRODUCTIONS.  CSP will manage all aspects of Killings career outside of the WWE - film, television, branding, endorsements and music.

Killings career extends past the WWE with roles in the films The Wrestler and Head of State.  He has also recently released two singles, What'cha Do To Get It and Pump It Up and has more music in the works including collaborations with major artists, which are soon to be announced.

The TV, film and digital production company Citizen Skull was founded in 2012 and recently added CSP Management to manage actors, writers, dps, directors, music artists and digital influencers.


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