WWE Signs New TV Deal In Japan, Hall In Court, Chyna


WWE announced on Wednesday that it has signed a new 5-year agreement with its current television partner in Japan, the J Sports Broadcasting Corporation. . J Sports will continue to exclusively carry WWE pay-per-views as well as RAW, SmackDown, NXT and Superstars. For more on this story, visit Corporate.WWE.com.

– Speaking of WWE and Japan, former WWE Diva China told TMZ.com this week that she’s currently enrolled in language classes at UCLA in California. Her goal is to teach English to children in Japan. She told TMZ, “I love TV but I’m ready to move on,” she said. “I’m glad I’ve finally figured out what I want to do.”

– Scott Hall appeared in a Florida courtroom this week to answer charges related to a probation violation stemming from his September 2010 arrest for public intoxication and resisting arrest charges. As we’ve seen with Jeff Hardy’s pending drug charges, Hall received a continuance until March 7th. The judge is allowing Hall to travel to Texas for his latest rehab stint, but he has been ordered to keep in contact with his probation officer and attorney.

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