Jim Cornette Looks At Ric Flair's Return To The Ring, Tyson Tomko's Future, More


This week on Who’s Slamming Who, Tommy Fierro and Brian Solomon take an in-depth look at the recent WWE Investors meeting that took place on May 7th. They look at: WWE’s profit from the first quarter this year compared to last years, their recent cost cutting measures, how next quarter should be up from last years, WWE’s movie division, lack of DVD sales, house show numbers, lowering of ticket prices, magazine sales being up, website revenue being down, how Vince said they will be an overnight success, and more.

They also take a look at Ric Flair’s possible return to the ring and weigh the pros and cons of both. They take a look at Flair’s retirement from Raw and how special of a moment it was. They also look at possibilites for storylines involving Flair’s return.

Tommy and Brian also take a look at Randy Orton and his recent success as a main event player. Brian talks about first hand experiences he’s seen involving Orton’s past in the WWE. The two also talk about Orton’s WrestleMania match with Triple H not meeting expectations and Orton’s recent comments on Manu.

This week on Cornette’s Commentary, Jim Cornette takes a look at Ric Flair returning to the ring, this week’s season finale of American Idol, Raven returning to TNA, Tomko’s future, his favorite TV shows, and much more!

This week, on PWI Weekly, Brady Hicks discusses an interview with TNA’s Madison Rayne, his experience with at a show with Big Daddy V, and runs down Judgment Day and where he thinks WWE might be headed from here.

This week on Inside The Behrens Bubble, Bill Behrens finishes up his discussion on the importance of good referees, and “the rules” and moves on to managers.

The WWE made its triumphant return to one of its most historic venues Sunday when Judgment Day 2009 was held at Chicago’s AllState Arena. This week, The History of WWE.com’s Graham Cawthon judges Judgment Day. Did it live up to expectations and how did it compare to Backlash and WrestleMania? What prompted Ric Flair to return to WWE TV? What happened to that push for CM Punk? And can we please get some more Chris Jericho vs. Rey Mysterio?

Evan Ginzburg, producer of Wrestling Then & Now The Movie, this week looks at the 10th Anniversary of Owen Hart’s death, Afa’s charity foundation, Lanny Poffo on Broadway & more.

Danny Inferno talks more about his upcoming retirement from professional wrestling this week on Breaking Gimondo.

Plus new weekly exclusive segments by: Kevin Kelly, Joe “The Assassin” Hamilton, “The Genius” Lanny Poffo, Michael Modest, Kenny Bolin, Danny Doring, RF Video, and more.

Also hear a special live debate that took place recently between Jim Cornette and Kenny Bolin on Wildlife Radio!

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ISPW returns to Freehold, NJ on May 30th, 2009 at the 3-2 Count Athletic Training Facility/ISPW Arena, located at 323A Fairfield Road at 8 PM with HIGHWAY ROBBERY! In a battle of former WWE Superstars, Hardcore Holly battles Nunzio. In a Triple Threat Match for the ISPW World Heavyweight Championship, Josh Daniels (with “Dangerous” Danny Davis) defends against both Danny Inferno and Judas Young, Crowbar battles Rick Fuller in a return match, Danny Doring collides with Christian York in a grudge match, Julio Dinero (with Miss Michelle) takes on Rob Eckos, plus two more action packed matches featuring Flash and Chase Del Monte. More info visit: ISPWLive.com.

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