Saturday, December 2, 2017

NXT To Air On USA Network?, Update on John Cena Being Sued By Ford, Longtime WWE Employee Released

- Longtime WWE musical composer, Jim Johnston, has been released from the company, after his contract expired. Starting with WWE in 1985, Johnston created some of WWE's most memorable themes for The Undertaker, Mr. McMahon, The Rock, Steve Austin and hundreds of other Superstars. WWE has yet to officially announce his release.

- According to PWInsider, the USA website is listing that NXT will air on Wednesday (12/13) at 7pm ET. While it's possible this is just an error on USA's part, WWE is scheduled to "take over" that week and maybe they're looking to showcase NXT to a larger audience. Aside from the initial version (with it being more of a competition show), this would be the first time NXT is shown on USA.

- As noted, Ford is reportedly suing John Cena for selling his 2017 Ford GT, which violated a contract with the car company.

The Washington Post has since picked up the story and said Cena paid $460,000 for the vehicle. The article continued that after Cena was confronted about selling the car, he told Ford he would "make it right," but according to the lawsuit, he never did.

Earlier today, via Cena's Instagram - where he only posts photos, without giving an explanation - a 1980s Ford Mustang GT was posted.

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