@lou_chou: NXT is basically the minor leagues of WWE. Pretty much all of the regular guys on that show haven't been in the company for very long and the main purpose of it is to fine tune their abilities in front of a crowd, so expect to see guys randomly disappear or get repackaged into new gimmicks. They also sometimes have guys from the main roster show up as guests.
Main Event is the third tier show for WWE. There's one big match (featuring some of the bigger stars going for 20~30 minutes) followed by short matches from lower down on the card.
Superstars is the bottom tier show, it's usually two matches featuring guys that are low in the pecking order and lots of recaps about what happened on Raw.
@yesiamaduck: Nah, Smackdown still makes them more money than Main Event and it seems that the current run of big matches on Main Event is because they want people to see it on the Network as a big plus for their subscription.
@aronleon: What? You don't remember Sting's heel run in 1999 where he didn't wear face paint because he was so pissed about losing the title?
Also, about this AJ stuff, if anything, she's taking a break to heal up and cool off on her heel persona so that she can return as a face. I mean, I've heard some insane/really hard to believe stuff about why she's gone, but I expect her to come back at around Payback time.
The eldest of four siblings, Perry was born in Gainesville, Florida in the United States to parents of Portuguese and Venezuelan extraction. She spent several years of her childhood in the Latvian Soviet Socialist Republic in the Soviet Union, where her father worked as a Christian missionary. Perry and her family remained in Latvia after it declared its independence from the Soviet Union in May 1990. From an early age, Perry aspired to become a ballet dancer like her mother. She attended the Riga Choreography School - the ballet school of the Latvian National Opera - and began dancing with the Latvian National Ballet at the age of 14.
@cmblasko: Short of Taker retiring for good, I think you still do Sting/Taker and pitch it as a retirement match with both men making it clear that it's their last time in the ring. The year gives them ample time to get into shape and, since Sting isn't Brock, it will probably be a very safe match.
If Taker's done, then maybe a feud with Bray Wyatt.