Heyman Talks Disastrous Pay-Per-View, More Trouble for Flair, Lesnar

Posted by Matt Boone December 5, 2012 2 Comments

- The Charlotte Observer reports that Ric Flair currently owes the federal government $237,436 in unpaid taxes, interest and penalties. He also owes the North Carolina Department of Revenue $41,358.

- Brock Lesnar gets the Superstar Spotlight on WWE’s website today.

- WWE’s website had an article up earlier this week looking back at the disastrous 2006 December to Dismember pay-per-view that led to Paul Heyman’s release from the company and the lowest buyrate in WWE pay-per-view history. It appears the article has been deleted but Heyman tweeted the following on Tuesday:

“I love how everyone wants to remind me that I left @WWE six years ago today. But here’s one better … …not about your reigning defending @WWE Champion @CMPunk’s rightful place front and center on pro wrestling’s Mt Rushmore … .. @WWE Dot Com had this “reporter” ask me questions about THE #ECW DECEMBER TO DISMEMBER PAY PER VIEW EVENT! I won’t spoil the fun, but for those of you looking for the latest “shoot promo,” check out the story. I’m sure @WWE won’t like it too much… and, bluntly, I don’t care if @WWE likes it or not. I stand by what I said, and meant every single solitary word! The story comes out this week. We now return you to our regularly scheduled decadence, debauchery, and hustlin’!”

  • http://facebook.com/HoustonTexansFanatic TexansFanatic

    that was NOT Heyman’s fault for that HORRIBLE ppv!!! Vince just can’t let no one else run something he owns UNLESS it’s family and even then, he still has second thoughts.

  • theseizurecomic

    so mad that I missed that article! Heyman never holds back, and I want to hear his side of the story.

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