Update on Big Show & Money in the Bank, WWE PPV Changes, More

– ECW’s 25-week streak of being the top rated program on the Sci-Fi Channel has come to an end. The 3/24 edition of “ECW on Sci-Fi” show drew a 1.3 rating with 1.7 million viewers. The series finale of “Battlestar Galactica,” which aired on Friday night, drew a 1.7 rating.

– According to the upcoming pay-per-view schedule on WWE.com, the Great American Bash will be taking place on June 28 in Sacramento with Night of Champions taking place on July 26 in Philadelphia.

– Earlier this month, we reported that Brooke Hogan performed at a music festival in Miami, Florida and was shown dancing on a stripper pole. Hulk Hogan, who attended the performance, recently spoke to Life and Style magazine about the performance: “I try to make it to as many of Brooke’s performances as possible. I support her and everything that she does. I’d watch my daughter perform no matter what she does.”

– As reported earlier, Big Show was originally earmarked to take part in the Money in the Bank Match at WrestleMania XXV, but Vince McMahon decided to put him in the World Heavyweight Championship bout instead. Mark Henry ended up taking place in the bout. Had Big Show stayed in the match, he was expected to win the briefcase.

McMahon felt they had done John Cena vs. Edge way too many times before, so he changed the bout to a three-way match by adding Big Show to it. Although, weeks worth of angles between Cena and Edge were shot before he came to this decision.

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