WWE.com has a bizarre feature on the “secret life” of Finlay’s sidekick Little Bastard. A photographer/fan/probably friend in cahoots took some photos of Finlay’s sidekick in a car with an “unidentified women” (I actually personally know this female and she’s a part-time Wisconsin-area wrestling valet) which made him “mad”. He tried to grab the camera from the photographer, but he couldn’t and simply sped off. The photographer then sent the pics to WWE.com, who posted a screenshot of the e-mail that was sent. This won’t turn into a storyline, but rather, it was just some comical feature for WWE.com’s staffers and a ‘rib’ if you will on ‘The Bastard’. Although, WWE may continue with these kind of exposÃ© shoots.
WWE.com is giving some free promotion for Kevin Federline by advertising his upcoming tour dates for his nationwide tour. Although, some of these scheduled shows may have been or may be cancelled due to low ticket sales.
According to sales figures, only 30,442 copies of Brooke Hogan’s album “Undiscovered” were sold this week, ranking her at number 28 on this week’s sales charts. Considering early industry analysis was that the first week would be boosted by novelty sales related to the “Hogan Knows Best” series, Brooke should expect a sizeable drop-off next week and a very disappointing run for the disc. Unless she achieves drastic success with a future single, going Gold in the US appears to be very unlikely. The “Hannah Montana” soundtrack led the charts this week with 271,238 copies sold. John Legend’s “Once Again” and My Chemical Romance’s “The Black Parade” followed with 229,559 and 228,765, respectively. After those three, the next best new entry was Jibbs’ “Jibbs Feat. Jibbs,” which moved 45,651 copies for a tenth place finishâ<80>¢also something of a disappointment. Final rankings, which usually deviate slightly from the HDD report, will be revealed in this week’s Billboard 200 chart.
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