Filming began in Hollywood yesterday for the new American Gladiators featuring Hulk Hogan as the host. The producers were busing in students from local schools and NBC was paying the schools $10 per student to make up the audience for the show.
As noted yesterday, look for WWE to announce that Steve Austin will be appearing on the big RAW on 12/10. The former WWE Champion will start doing promotional work for the company today, relating to the 15th anniversary three-hour special.
Al Snow and Eugene are both confirmed to be appearing for Great Lakes Championship Wrestling on December 7th in Milwaukee.
On this past Tuesday nightâ<80><99>s edition of Chelsea Lately on the E! Channel, Hulk Hoganâ<80><99>s divorce was brought up and discussed. Chelsea said that Hoganâ<80><99>s favorite move was the “4 finger leglock.”
Toy R Us stores who still have the WWE SmackDown vs. RAW Rey Mysterio exclusive are now selling them for next to nothing. Some reports suggested that they were as low as $0.1.
The latest WWE videogame, WWE SmackDown! vs. RAW 2008 was the best selling game on Playstation 2 in Australia this past week. It was fourth best seller on Playstation 3, sixth on X-Box 360 and second on the PSP.
Hulk Hogan as filed a counter-petition to his wife’s divorce suit earlier today contesting his wife’s custody and alimony claims. Contacted by the St Petersburg Times, Hogan’s attorney, Ann Loughridge Kerr declined to comment. Apart from seeking an unspecified amount of money and child support, Linda Bollea is also seeking custody of Nick, who’s still only 17 years of age. In her claim, she said she will accept that Hulk – real name Terry Bollea – can have “liberal visitation” with his son. In the counter-claim, Hogan said that his wife is more than capable of supporting herself while their son Nick is old enough to decide with whom he wants to live. Meanwhile the same newspaper published a long story with eyewitnesses accounts, evidence filed by police and other information that will surely make the Hogan’s look worse than ever. (Thanks to Colin Vassallo)