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Backstage Talk on Having No WWE Champion at Live Events, Bearer Being Honored, WrestleMania Moments
By Marc Middleton
Mar 18, 2013 - 9:11:11 AM

- The WWE Magazine WrestleMania 29 special looks at 101 WrestleMania moments:



- Before his passing, William "Paul Bearer" Moody was scheduled to be honored with the Lou Thesz Award at this year's Cauliflower Alley Club convention. Former NWA Champion Adam Pearce announced that he has been chosen by the Moody family to accept the award on behalf of Moody.

- It was noted by a WWE source how odd it feels having no WWE Champion at live events for the past month and a half now. At the same time, WWE officials are surprised and pleased with the recent success they have seen with live event attendance on the Road to WrestleMania 29.

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Partial source: F4Wonline.com


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