The Suncoast News is reporting that, since Hulk Hogan was being hounded for autographs causing a disruption during his recent visit with his incarcerated son Nick, private visitations will be arranged.
If you subscribe to WWE mobile content on AT&T, you will now get Santino’s Casa and The Dirt Sheet (with Miz & Morrison) a day early, according to WWE.com. Santino’s show will be available on cell phones each Thursday and WWE.com each Friday, with The Dirt Sheet on mobile phones Fridays, WWE.com Saturdays.
Christian Cage’s new column is up at GameTap.com.
TNA X Division Champ Petey Williams was interviewed recently in the Poughkeepsie Journal, talking about the upcoming house show, his injury & more.
There’s a really interesting letter posted on WrestlingObserver.com as a reaction to recent coverage of the Michael Hayes suspension.
For video of a recent Mick Foley TV appearance in NY, click here.
The National Wrestling Alliance has announced that it will make new inductions into its Hall of Fame at an upcoming event in Atlanta, hosted by Jim Cornette.
There’s an interview up with Rob Conway at PWMania.com.
In his latest blog post, Jim Ross writes about visiting WWE’s developmental territory (and Dusty Rhodes) in Florida, why the Funks should be inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame, Jake Roberts as wrestling manager, John Cena and Jeff Hardy’s returns to Raw, how to see his guest stint at KFOR-TV and more.
Finally tonight, in his first time talking with the local Minnesota news media since he was governor of the state, Jesse Ventura told Minnesota Public Radio that he’s strongly considering getting into the race vs. Norm Coleman (R) and Al Franken (D) for U.S. Senator.
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