Big News Update: Sting, ECW PPV, John Cena, Matt Hardy, More

Andy Stevens


The July edition of WWE Fanatics on PPV will feature the 2005 Hall of Fame Ceremony, which honored Hulk Hogan, The Iron Sheik, Roddy Piper, Paul Orndorff, Bob Orton, Nikolai Volkoff, and Jimmy Hart.

The In Demand website still doesn’t list the ECW One Night Stand PPV for upcoming events yet.

Sting will be at LifeWay Christian Stores in Monroe and Jackson, MS in June to sign copies of his book “Sting: Moment of Truth” and his DVD by the same name. He’ll be at the Monroe store at 7 p.m., Friday night, June 3 and he’ll be at the Jackson LifeWay Saturday, June 4 at 11 a.m.

Thanks to Chris Vallely for spotting this: Interestingly, if you search “Matt Hardy” on Google.com, the first link it brings up is to his old WWE.com profile. If you click on the link, it takes you to his profile, which is still up over at wwe.com, entrance video and all.

WWE stocks closed the day at 10.70, with a 1.23% increase over Friday’s closing. The day’s range was 10.50 – 10.72.

For those of you in the United Kingdom, Sky Sports 3 will be airing the John Cena ‘World Life’ video on Wednesday 18th May at 4PM and 11PM and on Friday 20th May at 9PM and 1AM of the following day. This will be an edited, hour-long version of the video. Speaking of John Cena, he will be signing copies of his new album at HMV on Yonge Street in Toronto on May 27th at 6pm. The first 400 fans are guaranteed an autograph copy. The Big Show will also be signing autographs at HMV in the West Edmonton Mall on May 30th at 6pm.

Thanks to Louise Fancey, Joanie Laurer’s Personal Publicist for sending this huge update regarding Joanie Chyna Doll Laurer:

JOANIE CHYNA DOLL LAURER – PRESS STATEMENT May 17th 2005

Former wrestling sensation Chyna, also known as Joanie Laurer, has said ‘enough is enough’!

Having survived some difficult personal challenges recently she decided to re-evaluate her life and has motivated herself onto a new path. With a very strong resolve now in place she has made positive creative changes in her professional life and has taken time out to refocus her personal ambitions. We can officially confirm that she has not been in rehab as some have speculated.

“I felt my life spinning out of control and was losing sight of where I was headed after leaving the WWF. I took some time out to reevaluate and have not, as some have speculated been in rehab. I’ve always tried to stand my ground and believed that a woman can combine beauty, strength and power but there are always consequences to standing up for what you believe. But I do have the determination to start a fresh and I’m looking forward to the future. ”

She is appearing on May 29th in VH1’s “Surrel Life Reunion Show” which focuses heavily on her transformation and the difficult times she has faced over the past few years. She has been a victim of domestic violence and faced some very real challenges since being asked to leave the WWE. She is positive about the future and currently considering several film and TV projects she has been offered.

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