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WWE Women's Championship Match Announced For Tonight's Raw, WWE Network Adds More Classic Raw Episodes, Rene Dupree's Lawyers Drops Lawsuit Against WWE

Posted By: Kenny Williams on Apr 11, 2016
Source: The Wrestling Observer

Charlotte to Defend WWE Women's Championship Against Natalya on Tonight's Edition of Raw

The WWE Network's Raw Pre-Show has announced that Charlotte will defend the WWE Women's Championship against Natalya on tonight's edition of Raw in a continuation of their feud that began on last week's post-WrestleMania 32 edition of the broadcast.

WWE Network Adds More Classic Episodes of Raw

WWE has issued the following:

"More than 100 recently added episodes of Raw are now available on demand, anytime and anywhere on the award-winning WWE Network. Watch Mr. McMahon deliver a lethal dose of poison to WWE in the form of The nWo, Goldberg’s WWE debut and subsequent rivalry with The Rock and much more. Relive more than 155 hours of Raw episodes from 2002 and 2003, only on WWE Network."

Rene Dupree's Lawyers Drops Lawsuit Against WWE

The Wrestling Observer is reporting that the attorneys for former WWE Superstar Rene Dupree have officially pulled Dupree's lawsuit against WWE, which was filed last week due to Dupree reportedly not being paid royalties for his matches that are currently being aired on the WWE Network. The suit was pulled at some point today after Jerry McDevitt, WWE's attorney, made Dupree's attorneys aware of a contract that Dupree signed in 2011 that is said to address issues involving subscription fees and royalties, which is a contract that Dupree's attorneys were reportedly not aware of initially. As a result, Dupree's attorneys have sent a note to U.S. District Court in Connecticut to have the case voluntarily dismissed.

 

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