More On WWE Developmental Plans + A WrestleMania Party


— A source very close to Big Daddy V reports that WWE has him booked and he will be at WrestleMania 28.

— Chris Jericho will be on the VH1 Big Morning Buzz program on Thursday morning.

— WWE is set to hold a WrestleMania Premiere Party on March 29th at Star Island in Miami. The event costs $300 a ticket and feature WWE talent and personalities showing off fashion and artwork which will be auctioned off for charity. The only way to get a ticket right now is through the WrestleMania Travel Package. Here is the press release: “Join WWE in kicking off WrestleMania Week with an evening of art and fashion at Miami’s exclusive Star Island. As a WrestleMania travel package purchaser, the WWE would like to extend a special invitation to the WrestleMania Premiere Party – A Celebration of Miami Art & Fashion. Come kick-off WrestleMania Week at this star-studded event that will not only be attended by WWE Superstars, Divas and Legends, but will also feature their original works of art, along with a fashion showcase with WWE Divas. A live and silent auction of these fashion and art pieces will take place to benefit children’s oncology care at the Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center at the University of Miami. Please join the WWE and our hosts in Miami for this important charitable event.”

— As noted earlier, WWE sources have confirmed that the company plans on opening up something related to developmental in Stamford, CT in the next few months. WWE already has someone in mind to head up the new project but we don’t know who that is yet. The idea is to have a small group of talents work directly with WWE to help prep them for their debuts on TV. The new developmental facility may be integrated with the new production facility. The new developmental facility would help to be a middle ground between developmental and the main roster Sources insist there are no plans to shut down Florida Championship Wrestling. In the past week, they have been looking for new locations in Florida to film the FCW TV show. WWE officials were extremely upset about the reports of FCW shutting down this week.

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