Owen Hart's family reached an out of court settlement with the WWF over the wrongful death of Owen Hart. The settlement was filed at the Missouri court of appeals last week, and the Kansas City Star reports that the settlement to be in the range of $18 million dollars. The World Wrestling Federation may try to sue the manufacturer of the safety harness in order to win back some of their losses. Hopefully the family of the tragically departed Owen Hart can at last find some peace.
Vince McMahon is also battling the Parents Television Council, who he feels spread erroneous information that led to advertisers pulling out of WWF programming... Davey Boy Smith was arrested on two separate occasions during the week for allegedly threatening the life of his estranged wife... Sabu and Paul Heyman have a court date settled for a suit Heyman has brought against Sabu for breach of contract.... For the first time publicly, Linda McMahon admitted that The World Wrestling Federation was interested in purchasing WCW. Though rumors have been running rampant, nothing concrete has been executed in terms of forward motion towards purchasing the company... The USA Network dropped from the number 1 cable network to the fifth most watched without the World Wrestling Federation... WWF Home Video is considering producing a fitness video geared towards women featuring Chyna... Brad Siegel was at WCW headquarters during the week. Employees are said to be very worried, but Siegel has yet to address anything in relation to the possible sale of WCW... Scott Hall was released from his WCW contract... Buff Bagwell caught some heat for saying on the radio that he likes General Rection, but doesn't think he'll ever draw money and can't understand why Lex Luger has to put him over... Paul Heyman is telling people that the USA Network has approached him about buying ECW.