SilverVision.co.uk is listing last week’s segment on RAW of Vince McMahon naming the greatest Superstar in RAW history as the lone DVD extra on the Armageddon 2007 DVD. Also, the BBFC out of the U.K. has classified the upcoming “Stone Cold” Steve Austin DVD and listed the contents. It appears that the DVD will be similar to the Undertaker DVD & the first Shawn Michaels DVD where they recap the storyline at the time and then show the big match. If that’s the case, then there won’t be a documentary on the DVD. It doesn’t look the DVD will be featuring too many extras as there is not too many items listed. For the extras they’re only listing his SummerSlam 1996 Free-For-All match with Yokozuna, a confrontation with Terry Funk on Shotgun Saturday Night in January 1997, his WrestleMania 22 “Gladiator” commercial, an appearance on SNME, and something regarding Vince McMahon. The DVD set will be three discs and it’s scheduled to be released on Feb 12, 2008.
Mr. Kennedy continues to look dismissal in the media regarding steroid use in pro wrestling. In an interview with the Charleston Post-Courier, Kennedy admitted to being linked the Signature Pharmacy investigation, and recently being suspended by WWE. Kennedy used the excuse of â<80><9c>I had a legitimate medical reason to have it (steroids).â<80> In the interview, the legitimate excuse Kennedy refers to is his 2005 torn lat injury. The problem for Kennedy is that he was still receiving packages as of February 2007, the month the pharmacy was raided.
To promote the WWE SmackDown vs. RAW 2008 video game, Playboy’s official website has a poll asking fans to choose their favorite Playboy WWE Diva cover. There have been a total of 9 covers featuring WWE Divas including Sable, Chyna, Torrie Wilson, Christy Hemme, Candice Michelle and Ashley Massaro. Torrie Wilson’s May 2003 cover is currently in the lead. We have a ONE-DAY Tuesday special right now where we have posted all the WWE Divas no in Playboy. The photos will be removed at 11:30EST so your time is running up quick.
As noted earlier here on the site, the end result to todayâ<80><99>s hearing on the proposed regulation of professional wrestling by the Georgia Boxing Commission was that the Commission would take an additional 60 days to examine how to implement the new rules without decimating the independent wrestling scene in the state. Johnson is reporting that TNA’s Bill Behrens, Mr. Hughes, Rocky King, and Thunderbolt Patterson addressed the commission. There was a WWE attorney at the hearing; however, he did not address the Commission.