As to be expected Sting’s WWE pay-per-view debut has gotten quite a bit of press in the mere hours since Survivor Series went off the air. USA Today and Yahoo! Sports have pieces on the Icon appearing on the pay-per-view.

WWE Hall of Famer Jim Ross with the following about Sting make his WWE debut at last night’s Survivor Series:

Happy to see my old friend The Stinger debut at the Survivor Series Sunday night. Honestly, I wish I hadn’t read so much material notwithstanding writing about the rumor of his return to the ring Sunday night. I’d have liked it better if I had not allowed myself to be preconditioned about Sting’s arrival. I have no one but me to blame. Nonetheless it seemed like he got a good ovation from the St. Louis crowd that had an up and down night and has had many serious distractions the past several months which may have affected the ticket sales in St. Louis. Racially charged tragedies are obviously not the environment to promote a major entertainment event as it can’t generally get media traction in the market. It was simply unfortunate timing for WWE.

HHH gave Sting the legend’s welcome back to large scale TV. Well done. I hope we only see Sting wrestle one time….at WM31 and vs. HHH would work for me but we only need to see Sting wrestle once and that’s at WM31 and then after that, if any matches, sparingly at best.

To read his other thoughts from Jim Ross on Survivor Series, click here has exclusive postmatch interviews from Survivor Series including Dean Ambrose, New Tag Team Champion the Miz and Damien Mizdow And New Divas Champion Nikki Bella. You can check those out here

WWE Shop is now selling new Ryback merchandise, you can check that out by going here And there are new vinyl figures with The Undertaker and Triple H.

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Santino Marella and Larry the Cable Guy star in “Jingle All the Way 2.”

Larry the Cable Guy And Santino will be on tonight’s Monday Night Raw

‘Live: Stone Cold Podcast – Special Guest Vince McMahon’ to air Dec.1 on WWE Network

Bray Wyatt will be on this Tuesday’s episode Of Steve Austin’s podcast.,default,sc.html

Mike Mooneyham gave his review of the new Macho man Randy Savage documentary released by WWE this past Tuesday. You can read more about that by going here

Speaking of WWE documentaries, ” Before They Were Superstars: 10 Hours to Houston” looking at The Usos life and career will air following Raw tonight on WWE Network.

There is now a “As Seen on YouTube” category on the WWE Network Originals section. Looks like they’re importing content from their YouTube channel.