The fourth wheel of the defunct Serotonin group, Johnny “Havok” Devine, has written an article on his encounter with former WWE Champion Sid Vicious at an indy show in Canada a few weeks ago. Furthermore, Devine is technically with TNA despite not having appeared on a show in several months. He is still listed in TNA’s roster section on their website.
In hopes of getting people to actually fork over money for DVDs of The Condemned, Steve Austin will be signing copies of them this Tuesday at the Wal-Mart on Euclid Street in Anaheim, California. “Stone Cold” will also be signing at the FYE in Rockefeller Center in New York City this Friday. In an effort to boost sales, the DVD is being packaged with a DVD of The Running Man, an 80s movie starring Arnold Schwarzenegger. That movie also featured WWE Hall of Famer Jesse Ventura. WWE has a lot of ground to make up with the DVD sales because the $20 million-budgeted film made a mere $7.4 million dollars in its 4 weeks in theaters.