WWE’s Knucklehead Bombs at the Theaters, Former WWF Announcer Dies

– Michael Porter, who worked as a ring announcer for World Wrestling Federation live events in the West Coast from 1988 to 1993, died on Oct. 23. cause of death has yet to be disclosed, but it is said that he was having heart problems.

– While the exact gross amount for the two-day theatrical release of WWE Studios’ Knucklehead has yet to be disclosed, the film reportedly garnered less than $1,000 total.

It is said that company officials did not expect to make much money off the film at the box office due to it basically being a straight-to-video release. The film was given a limited release in theaters to ward off the perception.

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Source: Wrestling Observer Newsletter

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