“Monday Night Raw was an interesting show from â<80>~Nawlins and certainly had its share of verbalizing. I really enjoyed the HBK-Y2J interaction and if any one wants to bet that those two donâ<80><99>t steal the show at the Bash let me know and perhaps we can bet some J.R.â<80><99>s Beef Jerkyâ<80>¦you know, the 97% fat free jerky. The programâ<80><99>s ending was intriguing to me involving Kane, who looks to be in line for more prominent exposure, along with The King and Michael Cole. Welcome to Raw, Michael. I am curious to see how this Kane business is followed up next Monday in Raleigh. I talked to King after Raw and he was still woozy after Kane pounded him that Jerry actually got lost in downtown New Orleans looking for the â<80><9c>team hotelâ<80> which was the Marriott on Canal Street, not exactly an obscure locale. I hope the King will be able to find Raleigh on Monday and can avoid Kaneâ<80><99>s big right hand. :)”
We reported a story yesterday about Chicago’s local WGN station replacing Smackdown with Alf reruns. PWInsider.com’s Mike Johnson apparently has some good news to share with you guys in the area for the time being. After getting in touch with their programming department, they claim it was simply a “listing error”. The “listing errors” they speak of were from only three days ago, but the rep said Smackdown would be airing on time this week – not Alf.
The Rock is still leading the Billboard Recreational Sports DVD charts. The following is the top ten list:
1. WWE: The Rock: The Most Electrifying Man In Sports Entertainment