PW Insider is reporting WWE issued a survey to former subscribers of the WWEs Network today asking them if they would reconsider subscribing again. One of the more interesting choices on the survey was the option to pay $12.99 a month and get the option of Raw and Smackdown replays 24 hours after they air on the USA Network. Currently, the episodes are added to the Network’s VOD 30 days after they air. So, they are at least considering the change.

WWE Network has officially added a new collection “Chyna: Ninth Wonder of the World”. Here is what is inside courtesy of WWE Network News:

In Your House: Final Four – Chyna’s Debut
WrestleMania 13 – Triple H vs Goldust
Raw 08/10/1998 – The DX Split
Raw 11/30/1998 – An Evening with Sexual Chocolate
Raw 01/11/1999 – Corporation Battle Royal – Chyna becomes entry #30 in the Royal Rumble
Royal Rumble 1999 – Chyna paves the way for women by becoming the first female to compete in the Royal Rumble Match.
Heat 06/06/1999 – Chyna vs Val Venis (Qualifying match for the 1999 King of the Ring)
Raw 08/09/1999 – Chyna becomes the #1 Contender for the WWE Title in a Triple Threat.
No Mercy 1999 – Chyna vs Jeff Jarrett (Intercontinental Championship match)
Survivor Series 1999 – Chyna vs Chris Jericho (Intercontinental Championship match)
Raw 04/24/2000 – Mamacita For Prom Queen
Raw 09/04/2000 – Feeling The Burn of Latino Heat
SmackDown 09/21/2000 – A Proposal For The Cover Girl
Raw 09/25/2000 – The Right To Dream
Raw 12/11/2000 – Dismantling The Ninth Wonder
WrestleMania X-Seven – Chyna vs Ivory (Women’s Championship match)

The Washington Post featured a long piece on the passing of Chyna today, noting that wrestling and life in general failed her. WWE Hall of Famer Jim Ross was interviewed for the piece at this link.

The Los Angeles Times’ Houston Mitchell had a piece on Steve Austin commenting that Chyna belonged in the WWE Hall of Famer, which you can check out by clicking here.

Lillian Garcia responded to a story making the rounds that she was in trouble for introducing Colin Cassady by that name, as opposed to “Big Cass” on TV:

Videos from this week’s Smackdown:

Smackdown Fallout

WWE is running Providence, Rhode Island on July 18.

The following was released on the upcoming 100 Greatest Matches book;

WWE® and DK Celebrate WWE’s Greatest Matches of All Time

Indianapolis, IN – April 28, 2016 – DK Publishing will release WWE 100 Greatest Matches, featuring more than 200 pages of striking imagery and in-depth analysis that celebrates the epic matches that have left a lasting mark on WWE history.

For more than 50 years, WWE has delivered action, excitement and thrills across the globe. Through its continuing evolution, one constant has remained – the matches that keep the passionate WWE Universe glued to their screens…and unglued from their seats. But what are the 100 greatest matches in WWE history? DK and WWE tapped some of the most masterful minds in sports entertainment – including the WWE Superstars themselves – to figure it out.

From jaw-dropping move combinations to shocking upsets, monumental triumphs, bitter rivalries and much more, however you define a truly great match, you are sure to find it here.

Coverage includes:

Foreword by Ricky “The Dragon” Steamboat.
Memorable Superstars from all eras including John Cena, Brock Lesnar, Undertaker, Stone Cold Steve Austin, Bret Hart, Roddy Piper, Bruno Sammartino, and more!
A break down of the action as well as the drama surrounding each contest.
Unveiling of which matches were deemed the greatest by the WWE Universe, WWE Superstars,, WWE Magazine, and other noted historians.
Full-color photos on every page, including many never-before-seen.