Mavel.com has an interview with Alex Shelley.
Just a reminder that CNN will be airing the “Death Grip: Inside Pro Wrestling” documentary on Wednesday night at 8:00 p.m. Eastern. We will more than likely have a recap from the show later that night, but if anyone catches the show please feel free to pass on a report.
WWE.com has an interview up with Steve Austin where he talks about appearing on Raw last night and at the Cyber Sunday PPV.
WWE will start selling “Save_Us.222” t-shirts starting November 19.
Alex Bryer sent this in: I was recently watching the New York Rangers hockey game on the MSG network in New York. After the game concluded it went to the MSG post-game show hosted by none other than “The Coach” Jonathan Coachman. I was shocked to see this as I didn’t know he worked outside the WWE as well. Coach did highlights from several sports including baseball, football and basketball in an ESPN style commentary.
Darryn sent this in: I got the new Undertaker 15-0 DVD a couple of days ago at Wal-Mart and the DVD comes with a bonus disc that is a game preview of Smackdown vs. Raw 2008.
Stefan Gorges sent this in regarding last week’s Smackdown rating that did a 2.8 rating: I just wanted to note, that this is the best Smackdown number since March 23rd 2007, when the show did 3.0.
MrWrestlemania21 sent this in: I don’t know if it’s been reported or not, or if they even show this program over in the US, but here in the UK, we have a show called Afterburn, which is basically a recap of Smackdown shoved into an hour. The same for Raw is Bottom Line. Well, I was watching one of them this morning, and as the presenter was talking, the TV screen behind him went from the bottom line logo to playing the Save_Us video. He turned around, made some comment like “What the hell?” and then went back to talking.
Manuel R. Batista sent this in: Just a funny and silly note. I was surfing through WWE’s website, and I noticed WWE Japan’s link. When I checked it out I found that they still have Booker T’s profile online. Also, Sabu’s, and on one page, they list John Cena as WWE Champion. Maybe it’s because their TV shows aren’t up-to-date, but at least you would think that Sabu shouldn’t be featured on their website by now, considering how long he’s been gone from the company.