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Dish Network Decides to Air WrestleMania XXX, Photos of McFarlane's Next WWE Statue, JR
By Marc Middleton
Mar 25, 2014 - 8:44:39 AM

- As noted, the next WWE statue from Todd McFarlane's will be on Randy Savage, paying tribute to his WrestleMania 5 appearance. WWE's website has photos online at this link. Each figure stands 18 inches tall. It will be released this summer and is limited to 500 pieces with each one individually and sequentially numbered, and signed by McFarlane. Below is a preview:

Savage statue 2

Savage statue 1

- Jim Ross noted on Twitter that he may be doing a one-man show during SummerSlam weekend in Los Angeles this year.

- Dish Network has changed their tune and will now be carrying WWE's WrestleMania XXX pay-per-view on channels 455 and 456 in HD and SD. They still say they will evaluate WWE pay-per-views on an event-to-event basis after WrestleMania.

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Partial source: F4Wonline.com

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