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Internal Debate Over WrestleMania XXX, Stats on RAW's Switch to Three Hours, More
By Marc Middleton
Feb 7, 2013 - 9:17:12 AM

- WWE officials are already talking about doing what they can to keep WWE talents busy during WrestleMania 29 weekend to avoid any interaction with TNA talents who are also working in the area.

- With RAW going from two hours to three, matches now get 33% more time and there are 33% more matches per show. The amount of wrestling per show has doubled to 78%. Those benefiting with more TV time include Heath Slater, Alberto Del Rio, Primo, Epico, Sheamus, Cody Rhodes, Damien Sandow, John Cena, The Miz, Big Show and Dolph Ziggler. Those who have received less TV time with the switch are Tensai, Zack Ryder, David Otunga, The Great Khali and Santino Marella.

- Word is that WWE will be going with WrestleMania XXX instead of WrestleMania 30 after all. There had been an internal debate about which to use since XXX has pornographic connotations.

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