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Posted by Marc Middleton in WWE News
Wednesday, December 28th, 2011

- Apparently WWE is fixing to debut a new stage setup for the RAW brand. Vickie Guerrero, who is headed with the RAW crew to tonight’s live event in Pittsburgh, wrote the following on Twitter this morning:

“Flying to Pittsburgh!!! I can’t wait to see the new stage setup tonight. See all of you there”

- has a new blog up on his official website talking about his Broken Skull Ranch Championship Belt, which was made by Rico Mann of Dave Millican Belts. Austin said he wanted the belt shape to pay homage to the old WWF Intercontinental Title.

- After much speculation, a source reports that The Iron Sheik will not be a part of the WWE Legends House reality show on the new WWE Network.

DIRECT LINK: Photos of Steve Austin’s Awesome New Broken Skull Ranch Championship Belt!

Partial source: F4Wonline.com

2 Responses to WWE Legends House News, New Stage for the RAW Brand?, Austin’s BSR Title Belt:

  1. Leon

    Date: Dec 28, 2011 at 10:57 am

    NO SHEIK?! I think that was the only reason the majority of fans wanted to see that new show for.

  2. Chris W.

    Date: Dec 28, 2011 at 3:29 pm

    It’s about time they change the stage for RAW. They also need to change SmackDown’s as well because it sucks that they both have the same stage design and need to make them different from one another. That’s what was good about the good ole’ days when Raw had it’s own stage design and of course SMACKDOWN had the BIG FIST.

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