-- As noted earlier, WWE Saturday Morning Slam, WWE's children-aimed program on The CW Network, is officially off the air.
The CW released its schedule for this Saturday's slate of "Vortexx" programming and Saturday Morning Slam is not listed. Instead, Dragon Ball Z Kai will air in the 10:30 a.m. time slot.
The changed had been expected as WWE ceased taping matches for the program last month. We reported last week that executives of the network ordered a specific number of episodes, therefore explaining its abrupt hiatus. It is not publicly known whether the show will resume airing. WWE is currently in discussions about a second season, and if they reach an agreement, the show will begin airing again in August as we reported earlier.
-- Legendary announcer "Mean" Gene Okerlund, who works for WWE on a limited capacity as the host of Vintage Collection and Classics On Demand programming, revealed in an interview with the St. Paul Pioneer Press, that he intends to work for the sports-entertainment organization for at least three more years.
"As long as I can travel," said Okerlund, who is 70-years-old.
Okerlund also weighed in on fellow Minnesota native Brock Lesnar's affiliation with WWE.
"Brock probably is one of the top three stars in the organization," Okerlund said. "We've got a pay-per-view coming up, 'No Rules,' which is right down his alley."
It is also noted in the article that Okerlund resides in Sarasota, Florida and spends summers near McGregor, Minnesota, on Big Sandy Lake.