Also as we noted earlier this morning here on the website, a Paul Bearer tribute video was shown on the mini-titantron prior to WWE live events this weekend. There is currently no word on if this will air on tonight's WWE RAW broadcast, but a mention of some sort is likely.
In an update on the aforementioned story, WWE invited Michael and Daniel to "do something special" for Moody on RAW tonight. We're told the kids are good friends with Michael Hayes, who had been close to the former "Paul Bearer" for years now. There was talk of doing an angle on RAW involving the sons and CM Punk and The Undertaker. The Undertaker is rumored for tonight's show. Some feel it is likely that Hayes will attempt to talk the sons into some kind of involvement on the show tonight.
One source close to the late William Moody said that whatever is done (if anything), Moody would have said "go for it!". William always knew that it was only entertainment and would have been ok with anything that is done, even if it involves besmirching his death in some around-about fashion. That will sound crazy to some, but knowing how Vince McMahon is and as noted above, William would have almost surely approved of it.
The source also noted: "In the old school day, we would have Punk come out and dog the boys and their dad. Punk would lay out the boys and 'Taker makes the save. I know Percy would have been fine with this but the boys are still fragile. Hayes can talk anyone into doing anything."
As we exclusively reported last Thursday here on the website, a visitation was held on Friday night in Mobile, Alabama with the funeral held on Saturday morning at 10:00AM. The visitation on Friday took place from 4:00-5:00PM for family members only and then a public viewing for friends and fans was held from 5:00-8:00PM. The family tells us numerous fans showed up to pay their respects. They were very pleased to see that and some fans and friends took long flights to attend the service. The funeral took place on Saturday morning at St. Vincent's cemetery. R.I.P William .... you were taken from us too soon and you'll be missed.
We'll keep you posted as we hear more.