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Backstage Talk on the Booking for HHH vs. Lesnar, Feelings on JBL's Commentary, Nash-Hall Update
By Marc Middleton
May 16, 2013 - 9:19:20 AM

- Kevin Nash tweeted the following update on the possible tour with Scott Hall:

"Just finished talking to a few U.K. Promoters.Sure someone will put this together"

- There is some talk within WWE that with the way officials booked the Triple H and Brock Lesnar cage spot on RAW where Lesnar was easily knocked out of the cage, the whole reason they booked the cage match for Extreme Rules was because they didn't want to have to beat either guy.

- While WWE officials have been really hot on JBL since returning, which is why he's doing more announcing now, they do want him to work on getting new material. The feeling is that he's repeating some of his material because he's doing more shows now.

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Partial source: Wrestling Observer Newsletter


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