WWE.com has a story on Chuck Palumbo, who finally made his official television debut on last week’s SmackDown. He had been under contract since March 2006. His motorcycle gimmick is actually how he is in real life as he builds motorcycles on his days off. This should also explain why he did did the “Custom Chucky P” gimmick before he was let go by WWE in 2004. Palumbo is serious when it comes to motorcycles as a chopper he made himself was featured on the cover of April’s edition of American Iron Magazine. According to him, he’s built four choppers so far, and he owns four others.
The Ohio Valley Wrestling show this past Friday in Louisville, Kentucky drew an estimated 8,00 fans, the biggest OVW crowd in its history.
Paul Burchill teamed with Dave Taylor at WWE SmackDown live events over the weekend. Following William Regal returning to RAW, Taylor was in need of a new partner or was facing the possibility of being buried on the roster. It appears that Burchill (with his new â<80><9c>The Ripperâ<80> persona) will fill that role as Taylorâ<80><99>s partner.