Undertaker Planning to Wrestle at WrestleMania 32 and WWE Management Cooled on Sting

The following was reported by Mike Johnson from PWInsider.com:

“The Undertaker was telling those backstage after his match with Bray Wyatt that
he felt great and intended to work next year’s Wrestlemania in Dallas, Texas.

 
Given how strong Taker looked in the ring and how well he was moving around
before and after the show, a lot of people noted that he really must have been
concussed far worse than anyone really understood the year before against Brock
Lesnar.


Undertaker shared a locker room backstage with Sting and the two actually
shared the same flight back to Texas. There was a lot of “if we do this” talk
between the two about a potential match. The original idea when Sting came in
was to eventually lead to the Undertaker bout at a Wrestlemania, although WWE
management has cooled on long-term plans for the former WCW World champion.”


 http://pwinsider.com/article/92761/undertaker-at-wrestlemania-update.html?p=1

WWE planning to do away with PPVs

…at some point in the future, anyway.

Well, the thing is that if they do get the network off the ground and they DO get, say, 2 million subscribers or as an outside dream 4 million, they'll be able to burn money instead of coal to heat Titan Towers and have enough left over to eat money sandwiches for work every day for the rest of their lives.  WWE will literally be all profit and they can tell the PPV industry and eventually USA to go fuck themselves once and for all.  

Now, obviously I give this network a 0.0001% chance of launching and an even slimmer chance of getting anything above the paltry 100,000 or so subs that the Classics on Demand channel has, but absolutely there is money here. I just don't think it's attainable.  But hey, I know nothing about the TV industry outside of what I read, so maybe they can pull it off.  I hope they do, because it would be pretty awesome to pay $13 a month and get all the PPVs and old Nitros and stuff.