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Box Office Numbers for No One Lives, Update on Saturday Morning Slam, Mick Foley
By Marc Middleton
May 12, 2013 - 11:36:27 PM

- Mick Foley was asked who would win in a fight between Mankind, Cactus Jack and Dude Love, during an interview with Kerrang.

"Probably The Dude. He'd run away, let the other two pretty much kill each other, then swoop in for the easy victory. It would be mind over matter!"

- This weekend's airing of WWE Saturday Morning Slam may have been the last episode as it is not scheduled to air next week. As noted earlier, WWE and CW officials are scheduled to meet and discuss a possible second season, which would begin in the fall if it's picked up.

- WWE Studios' No One Lives took in $45,900 for it's limited release this weekend. The film opened in only 53 theaters for an $866 per-theater average, which is very low for an opening weekend, but well above all WWE Studios limited release films after Legendary.

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