Lilian Garcia/Shakira, Hogan, Cena, & More

Ryan Clark


RAW ring announcer Lilian Garcia attended the MTV Video Music Awards Latin America 2006 in Mexico City on Thursday night and hung out with Shakira, Nelly Furtado and other hot music acts on the red carpet. Click here for a story and photos of her VMA appearance.

Within one week, John Cena’s movie The Marine may have already been bounced out of the top 10, at least according to boxofficereport.com. Based on Friday’s estimates, the film isn’t listed on their top 10 chart for the weekend of 10/20 – 10/22. Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning is listed in the number ten spot and they believe that the movie will take in $3.5 million this weekend. Also note, the film beat out The Marine for fifth place last weekend by approximately $350,000. Considering that The Marine didn’t register on their top ten chart, this weekend’s forecast for the movie is unknown for the time being.

WWE.com has removed the page reporting on the supposed death of former WWF Corporal Kirchner that was posted on Thursday afternoon (wwe.com/inside/news/corpkirchpass). According to a letter that the mother of Michael Kirchner wrote to a website, she personally called WWE headquarters and they took down the article. WWE has yet to issue a correction on the story.

Based on numerous reports, there is some sort of sound glitch in the Hulk Hogan Anthology DVD at the end of the Sgt. Slaughter match from Wrestlemania 7. This glitch is consistent on all copies.

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