In Chicago, Smackdown airs tonight at 7pm (Central time), on the CW affiliate, WGN-TV.
An interview with Jimmy Wang Yang on WWE.com was just posted.
The latest Power 25 is up on WWE.com. Rounding out the top five is Bobby Lashley at #1, John Cena at #2, Shawn Michaels at #3, Batista at #4 and Umaga at #5.
The latest edition of WWE Heat is also up on WWE.com featuring: Eugene vs. Tony Jones, The Highlanders vs. Kabu & Oliver Stone, Charlie Haas vs. Val Venis and Cryme Tyme vs. Lance Cade & Trevor Murdoch.
Hector Guerrero of the famous Guerrero family has officially joined Total Nonstop Action Wrestling.
wilson2k3 sent this in: While I was watching the Big South NCAA Finals on ESPN today the broadcasters started talking about one of the players being the JYD (Junk Yard Dog), then he went on to say he got the name from the wrestler who beat the Macho Man at Wrestling Challenge, Then he showed a WWE Legends figure of JYD setting over the players locker. They went on talking about the JYD’s real name and what his first intro music was “another one bites the dust.”
Adam Otero sent this in: Checking out the profiles over on WWE.com and noticed that both Idol Stevens & KC James’ have been removed from the SmackDown roster, although Michelle McCool’s still remains. Over on the ECW roster, La Resistance (Rene Dupree & Sylvan) are no longer on the page, but Test is still up.
Will Bowers sent this in: Hey guys, I was watching Mad Money on CNBC and the WWE was mentioned again. A caller asked Jim Cramer what he thought about the WWE stock and this is what he said. “I’ve liked it. The stock has done absolutely nothing, but you do get that 6% yield while you wait for something to happen, particularly overseas.” After what the stock markets taking a dive like they did yesterday, this might not be a bad stock to have. The stock was down $0.12 and finished at $15.90