Jim Cornette Helps Out Dr. Death, Spike Dudley/Jay Lethal, More

Matt Boone

Casey O. sent along the following to WrestleZone.com: Wrestler’s Rescue would like to say “Thank You” to Jim Cornette for his donation of a signed copy of the newly released “The Midnight Express & Jim Cornette 25th Anniversary Scrapbook-Special Edition”. This special edition is signed by Jim Cornette, Stan Lane, Dennis Condrey, and Bobby Eaton. There are only 250 of these signed, but you can win one in auction on May 1, 2009, starting at $30.00, at http://www.wrestlersrescue.org. Proceeds of this auction will go to the campaign for “Dr. Death” Steve Williams’ “Hands-free” voice device. For more information about this campaign, other available collectibles, or Wrestler’s Rescue, please visit WrestlersRescue.org.

Yari Wakneen sent along the following to WrestleZone.com: Just wanted to pass this along that both Spike Dudley and Jay Lethal were wrestling at an NYWC tribute event called "Silent Battle" in Lindenhurst, NY. Spike Dudley was wrestling for the NYWC heavyweight championship only if he could bodyslam the current champion, King Mega. Spike Dudley lost the match and was unable to bodyslam him of course.  The Black Machismo Jay Lethal fought in the main event against "Yours Truly" Alex Reynolds, which they messed up Lethal’s music and we had to wait about a minute before they could restart his music. Very good match, ending with Jay Lethal getting the win with the flying elbow drop.

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