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Scoff with The Off: Survivor Series Going Away, Wrestlemania Match (SPOILER)

Matt OffermannCorrespondent IJanuary 31, 2011

What's up, Bleachers? The Off is back with some news about PPVs so let's get started.

 

WWE Contemplating a Name Change for Survivor Series

I guess the WWE does not like tradition as they are thinking about changing the name of Survivor Series to yet another match-type name (i.e. Hell in a Cell, TLC, Fatal 4-Way). Not really a good decision if you ask me, but what do you think they could come up with?

 

Rey Mysterio's Wrestlemania Match

Warning: If you do not want to see a possible Wrestlemania match do not read any further.

Rey Mysterio is currently out with an injury. Before this, Mysterio hand-picked his opponent for Wrestlemania. Cody Rhodes.

Why Mysterio chose him, I am not sure, but it makes you wonder how they can come up with a decent story line by then.

 

WWE Birthdays: 2/1/11

Happy birthday to Dennis Condray.

 

Did You Know?

Did you know that WWE World Heavyweight Champion Edge got his name by listening to a radio station on his way to a meeting to discuss his name.

 

This Day in History: 2/1/11

Feb. 1, 2010: WWE Hall of Famer Jack Brisco passed away at the age of 68. He had been in poor health for some time although his family had asked for his ailments to be kept private. He died due to complications from heart surgery.

 

Until next time, Off out.

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