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Posted by Marc Middleton in WWE News
Saturday, October 23rd, 2010

– In December, WWE Superstars on etv in South Africa will move from Tuesdays at 8pm to 11pm and SmackDown will move from Wednesday at 8:30pm to 11pm. Programming will return to its normal times by January.

– After announcing his retirement back in August, Jake “The Snake” Roberts wrestled former WCW and WWE star The Barbarian at an indy show in North Carolina, losing the match. Reid Flair also wrestled on the show, defeating Buddy Landel.

– As noted before, Connecticut Secretary of State Susan Bysiewicz ruled that people who run the voting polls will have the right to tell voters wearing WWE merchandise to change their clothes. She has made this ruling because WWE is so heavily associated with and federal law does not allow political material in polling places. Enforcement of the ruling will be left up to individual voting locations.

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2 Responses to Update on WWE Merchandise at the Polls, The Snake Still Wrestling, More:

  1. The Mike

    Date: Oct 23, 2010 at 12:07 pm

    What kind of nazi shit is that? what happend to our freedom? now they’re telln you what to wear and what not to wear. there have been plenty of buisness owners run for office and never had their stuff banned from anywhere.

  2. annonymous

    Date: Oct 23, 2010 at 11:24 pm

    What there really saying is that the voters might get swayed away from who they really voting for from some 12 year old child wearing a John Cena t-shirt.. As if a t-shirt or any other item of clothing is going to influence the way a person votes.
    Believe me, if your vote gets influenced by some kid wearing a John Cena t-shirt or a shirt with a WWE logo of any kind on it, YOU PROBABLY SHOULD NOT BE VOTING ANYWAY….

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