As noted last week here on the site, Carlito is said to be unhappy with the direction WWE has been pushing him in as of late. Some are saying that he has requested to be released from the company. WWE has not granted him a release yet but may do so in the next week.
Third row seats and beyond for the Survivor Series in Miami are still available on Ticketmaster.com. A floor seat costs $300, so that should explain why a number of them are still available.
Chris Masters now has an account on MySpace at myspace.com/chrismordetzkyofficial. It is legit. He wants to stay in touch with his friends and the fans. He has some interesting stuff to say on the page as he admits to some mistakes he’s made in the past, talks about Internet rumors regarding him & the wrestling industry, and that he’s grateful for his time in World Wrestling Entertainment. He’s also taking independent bookings through the page. He’s currently available for independent bookings, autograph signings, appearances, seminars, etc.
The latest edition of WWE Heat is online. The show features a Divas match between Mickie James and Melina. There is another match between Paul London & Brian Kendrick vs. The Highlanders. Also, Ron Simmons takes on a former WWE wrestler that was released in 2005. He is wrestling Aaron Aguilera on the show, who is better known as Carlito’s old bodyguard, Jesus.
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