Bonnie Hammer stepped down from her position as the head of the Sci-Fi Channel yesterday. Hammer is one of the people that pushed for ECW to get a television clearance despite the objections from many.
As I noted earlier here on the site, Ring of Honorâ<80><99>s next pay-per-view effort called Undeniable will debut tonight on pay-per-view. The event was taped on October 6th from Edison, New Jersey and on November 30th in Dayton, Ohio. The event will be available on inDemand and Dish Network. The following matches will air as part of the event:
*Jack Evans & Ruckus vs. Jimmy Jacobs & Tyler Black
*Daizee Haze vs. Sara Del Rey
*Bryan Danielson vs. Chris Hero
*Kevin Steen & El Generico & Delirious vs. Brent Albright & B.J. Whitmer & Adam Pearce
*Austin Aries vs. Roderick Strong
*Mark & Jay Briscoe vs. Rocky Romero & Davey Richards for ROH tag titles
*Takeshi Morishima vs. Nigel McGuinness for the ROH title
Former WWE Champion and UFC fighter Brock Lesnar was a guest on on Bubba The Love Sponge’s Sirius Sattelite Radio show yesterday afternoon. Lesnar talked about a number of topics, including his amatuer wrestling career, WWE, the NFL and now UFC. Here are the notable highlights:
Bubba kept baiting Lesnar to say something bad about Triple H, but he wouldn’t. The farthest he’d go is to say that if Hunter wasn’t wasnâ<80><99>t screwing Stephanie, another wrestler would be.
When asked about the possibility of Kurt Angle in the world of MMA, he said it’s not going to happen and that Kurt Angle a “talker”.
Brock said that mixed martial arts will be his last sports career and when heâ<80><99>s done, he wonâ<80><99>t be going back to WWE.