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[WWE News] Jim Ross suffered a Bells Palsy attack last night on a flight from Oklahoma to South Carolina for the Smackdown TV tapings. He said he called the WWE doctors in Jacksonville and they arranged for special medication to be couriered to him which will help slow down the paralysis. He was planning to work tonight’s show but WWE said no way and are arranging a flight to send him home so he can see a neurologist on Wednesday.. [reported by Mike Aldren]
[Radio] The Raging Anteater radio show has an interview with Chris Nowinski here.
[Radio] Listen to the Honky Tonk Man on Monday Night Mayhem here.
[Misc News] This week’s new episode of Ghost Hunters features the TAPS crew investigating the Congress Theater in Chicago, Illinois. Dragon Gate USA and numerous lucha libre promotions hold events at the Congress Theater. New episodes of Ghost Hunters air Wednesdays at 9 PM on SyFy.
[Misc News] On November 8th at the Mid-South Wrestling Alliance in Midwest City, OK Big Van Vader will be on hand signing autographs and watching his son Jesse White make his professional wrestling debut..
[NECW News] New England Championship Wrestling has revealed some major news for their company after nine years they have signed a television deal with Comcast SportsNet New England, with a weekly one hour broadcast to air Fridays at 4pm EST starting January 8, 2010.
[WSU DVD] Women Superstars Uncensored has released two brand new DVDs! You can get both of them here.
[Indy Event] Brian Knobbs will be appearing at the Covey Promotions event in Keyser, West Virginia on October 24th, 2009. Go to http://coveypro.com for info about Covey Promotions.. [reported by Devin Cutting]
[Article] The Man To Beat: Wrestler Dan Hodge has never been beaten in college. His 41-match win streak—the last 19 by falls—makes him top favorite and the man to watch at the NCAA championships. (Sports Illustrated Reprint)
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