- A new series titled "WWE Marquee Matches" will premiere on the WWE Network at 11pm on Tuesday night. The premiere episode is set to run 1.5 hours and will focus on the 1992 Royal Rumble pay-per-view, which was held in Albany, New York. The 30-man Rumble main event saw Ric Flair win the match to capture the vacant WWE Title that night. The WWE Hall of Famer would later reveal in his "To Be The Man" book that he did not know he was winning the match until he arrived at the Knickerbocker Arena on the day of the show.
Below is the synopsis for Tuesday's premiere:
"From 1-19-1992: With the WWE Championship at stake, a star-studded roster and controversial ending made this an instant classic!"
- We've noted how WWE Community hosted several events on the current tour of South Africa this week. Below are photos of Mandy Rose and Apollo Crews appearing at a "Let's Play a Million" Physical Education Challenge event with SuperSport and UNICEF. The event took place on Thursday at the Cedar Primary School in Cape Town:
.@WWE_MandyRose and @WWEApollo joined SuperSport in partnership with @UNICEF's Let's Play A Million campaign today to raise awareness and encourage children's right to play! #WWESouthAfrica pic.twitter.com/ccByLu20UN— WWE (@WWE) April 19, 2018
Today in South Africa, @UNICEF_SA & friends promoted the positive impact of sports in kids' lives — with help from @WWE Superstars @WWEApollo & @WWE_MandyRose! The event is part of the Let's Play a Million Campaign, which raises funds for 1M ??s for South African school kids. pic.twitter.com/YNTv4WYCF1— UNICEF USA (@UNICEFUSA) April 19, 2018
Thank you @UNICEF_SA @active_ed @SSLetsPlay for allowing us to officially kick off the 2018 Let's Play Physical Education Challenge with @WWEApollo and @WWE_MandyRose! #WWECapeTown pic.twitter.com/W0MOnbbxkg— WWE Community (@WWECommunity) April 19, 2018