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— Joey Styles noted on Twitter that for the first time in years, The Miz did not make WWE.com’s Power 25 Rankings ranking the top 25 Superstars in WWE. The former WWE Champion has lost ten consecutive televised singles bouts and eighteen altogether.
— The wrestler formerly known as Tugboat and Typhoon will appear at Downsview Park Farmers and Merchant Market 40 Carl Hall Rd. Toronto, Ontario, on Saturday, March 31 from noon to 3:00 p.m. Call 226-600-4351 or 416-638-2525 for more information.
— Earlier this week, former WWE referee Dick Woehrle passed away and NJ.com featured an interview with his widow Judi, who spoke about how he got involved in the wrestling industry. “He got the call to do the wrestling match at a CYO in Scranton, and he told them ‘I never did that,’ but they said you’re a referee, you’ll be able to handle it.” She also mentioned the types of matches he enjoyed the most: “He always liked working with the girls or the midgets because he could get involved a little more,” she said. “He’d always wind up with a midget pinning him or girls put a figure-four on his head. He was always helpful to newcomers, he would make things as easy for young people as possible.”
— WWE.com has published a photo gallery highlighting The Brooklyn Brawler’s career. He currently works for WWE in a behind the scenes capacity.
— WWE Classics On Demand takes a trip back to the ’80s in April with the best moments and matches from the decade. Those highlighted include Hulk Hogan, Ultimate Warrior, “Macho Man” Randy Savage, “Rowdy” Roddy Piper, Dusty Rhodes, Ricky “The Dragon” Steamboat, Junkyard Dog, Road Warriors and more.