Rob's Wrestling / Thu Dec 14

10:00 PM ET UPDATE....... US Antitrust authorities have approved the AOL-Time Warner merger. AOL will pay $111 billion to dance with Time-Warner..... Last night's WCW Thunder drew a 2.2..... Early buyrate for WWF Survivor shows a 1.0, making it the least-bought WWF ppv of 2000 thus far.....WCW has upped the offer to Torrie Wilson. She was initially offered $52,000. to renew her contract. The deal on the table now stands at $100,000. No word from Torrie....... 12:00 AM ET UPDATE....... Dropping in on ECW's Francine..... Greyhound has received hundreds of e-mails from WWF fans asking the company NOT to stop advertising on WWF Smackdown..... WCW teams up with the US Marines in the annual Toys For Tots drive. The company is sending wreslers all over the US to assist in localized efforts. Among the stars: Scott Steiner to Minneapolis, Jimmy Hart to Memphis, Lex Luger to D.C., and Ric Flair to Indianapolis....DD Page and Kim will present their annual reading for children at the Mall of Georgia on Dec 19 @ 7 pm.....The episode of "Charmed" featuring WCW stars airs on Feb 1 on the WB..... WF Shopzone had a security breach which was detected yesterday by the UK Register. The flaw allowed open inspection of addresses and phone numbers, but NOT credit card numbers. The problem has been solved......The Rock is on People Magazine's Top 25 Most Intriguing People of 2000 list.

Wednesday December 13
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