WWE Superstar and former member of the Shield
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[ClickWrestle Download of the Day] Cat Power vs. Danyah.
[TNA News] Eric Bischoff had a business meeting with Dixie Carter at the TNA offices in Nashville last week before flying out to Australia. . [reported by Mike Aldren]
[TNA News] The person who runs Sid Eudy’s website sent out emails claiming that Sid is coming to TNA. Nobody in TNA knows anything about this.. [reported by Mike Aldren]
[DGUSA News] -DGUSA has hired Wildcat Championship Belts (www.Wildcatbelts) to make the Open The Freedom Gate title belt. The belt will be unveiled when the first champion is crowned on Nov. 28th in Philadelphia. Tickets now on sale in the www.DGUSA.tv Store.
[Int’l News] The Hulkamania tour kicked off in Melbourne at the Rod Lever Arena on Saturday night before an estimated 8,000 fans. There were a lot unhappy people here, some who paid $350 AUS for front row seats weeks ago only to discover they were sitting next to people who had purchased the same seats for just $50 in the days leading up to the show. The production values were said to be very good including backstage interviews shown on a big screen. The show was also taped to be broadcast at a later date on One HD, a free-to-air channel in Australia.. [reported by Mike Aldren]
[Int’l News] Eric Bischoff claimed on his Twitter earlier this week that Hogan was due in Canberra (Australian capital) to meet with the Australian Prime Minister, but it turned out he was meeting Sports Minister Kate Ellis to help grant a wish for the Make-A-Wish foundation. .. [reported by Mike Aldren]
[Misc News] Former WWE wrestler Robbie McAlister (Derek Graham-Couch) of the Highlanders was visiting backstage at the TV tapings this past week in Orlando. An interesting back story is that last March during a live broadcast of Impact, Couch was shown on camera sitting in the crowd with his son after being promised by TNA officials that the cameras wouldn’t pick him up. Well, long story short is they screwed him, although it’s probably his own fault, and showed him with a graphic listing his real name. The show took place a few days prior to Wrestlemania 24 in Orlando and the Highlanders ended up with a ton of locker room heat and were eventually released a few months later.. [reported by Mike Aldren]
[Book News] Critically acclaimed “The Solie Chronicles” is still available about the life and times of Gordon Solie including interviews with the people who knew him the best. Purchase it at www.crowbarpress.com
[Book News] Canadian wrestler Vance Nevada is on tour with his new book “Wrestling in the Canadian West” and this effort represents the most comprehensive history of the sport north of the 49th parallel ever published. For more information go here.
[Indy Event] Jerry Lawler, Kenny Dykstra and Balls Mahoney will be appearing at the Powerhouse Wrestling event in Worcester, Massachusetts on January 23rd, 2010. Go to http://powerhousene.tripod.com for info about Powerhouse Wrestling and http://prowrestlingevents.tk or http://prowrestlingevents.webs.com for info about upcoming wrestling shows worldwide.
[Radio] Mike Adamle discusses his WWE departure, If The Rumors Were True About Guest-Hosting RAW In Chicago, Being “The Bumblehead Of ECW,” Replacing Joey Styles As The Voice Of ECW, The Lowdown On Walking Off The ECW Telecast (w/Tazz), His Greatest WWE Regret, and a whole lot more at http://www.mondaynightmayhem.com.
[Radio] The 10/21st edition of Evan Ginzburg’s Legends Radio co-hosted by Dr. Mike Lano featuring Juventud Guerrero- Mexican wrestling great, Author Chris O’Dell on George Harrison/Eric Clapton/Stones, Musical great Veracverax, Director P.J. Starks and actor Robert Denton of Hallows Eve – To listen to the show click here..
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