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Posts Tagged ‘Alex Ovechkin’

"Stone Cold" Steve Austin To Host Tough Enough

Former World Wrestling Entertainment superstar “Stone Cold” Steve Austin has been tapped to host Tough Enough, a non-scripted series featuring 12 individuals looking to become the next WWE superstar.

“I am very excited about the opportunity to work with my old friends at WWE on ‘WWE Tough Enough.’ Sports-entertainment has always been an important part of my life, and I look forward to finding the next generation of WWE Superstars,” said Austin.

Tough Enough will premiere Monday, April 4 at 11/10 CT, immediately following WWE Monday Night Raw, and move to its regularly scheduled slot in primetime, Mondays at 8/7 CT, starting on April 11.

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24.2 Million Watch Patriots-Packers Matchup on NBC

The final numbers are in from Nielsen, and the “Sunday Night Football” matchup between the Green Bay Packers and New England Patriots drew 24.2 million viewers. Not surprisingly it was the top program on Sunday night in total viewers and all the key demographics.

It was the 10th “SNF” game to surpass 20 million viewers this season, and the fifth most-watched “SNF” game of all time.

Not surprisingly, the top markets were Milwaukee and Boston, where the game drew over a 40 rating/60 share.

Bill Simmons Crashes Sports Site


One tweet. That’s all it took to crash BostonSportsMedia.com.

Six hours ago, the Sports Guy wrote “This story should be a bigger deal. http://www.bostonsportsmedia.com/2010/12/odd-column-changes-from-ny-times”.

And bam! Site down.

If you’re interested in the NYT story, Emma Carmichael provides the details at Deadspin.

Vince McMahon Does His Wife No Favors Before Election Day

Until last night, World Wrestling Entertainment Chairman & CEO Vince McMahon has been off WWE programming while his wife, Linda, runs for Senate in the state of Connecticut.

And based on this clip, that aired during RAW on Monday night, there’s a good reason why he was left off television.

It gives new meaning to the “Stand Up For WWE” campaign.

Happy Election Day.

Ines Sainz Rips Association for Women in Sports Media

Ines Sainz really didn’t want the help of the Association for Women in Sports Media.

The TV Azteca reporter, who was in the middle of a firestorm after visiting New York Jets practice on Sept. 11, ripped the group in a column for El Universal.

“Today I wonder why a well respected association such as the AWSM, within its right to inform about any violations of work conditions for its members, acted so impulsively,” Sainz wrote for the Mexican newspaper.

Sainz went on to say that the AWSM set the women’s rights movement back “at least 50 years.”

As a result of the AWSM filing a complaint on Sainz’s behalf, the NFL will implement a workplace conduct training program for all 32 teams and paid for by Jets owner Woody Johnson. Read more