Wednesday, November 9, 2011

WWE Troops Taping Not Open To The Public‏

The WWE Tribute To The Troops taping on December 11th in Fayetteville will not be open to the public. Only military personnel can attend the event. This is why no advertising or tickets have been released. Go to for info about upcoming wrestling shows worldwide.
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Former WWE Talent Henry Godwin In Critical Condition Following Car Wreck


Former WWF and star Mark Canterbury, best known for his runs as Henry Godwin and Shanghai Pierce, was hospitalized after a bad car wreck in Kentucky where he lives.
Godwin is said to be in critical condition in ICU
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TNA Returning To Long Island In January‏

Westbury, NY will host the IMPACT WRESTLING World Tour on Friday, January 6 at The NYCB Theatre at 7:30pm. Tickets go on sale Friday, November 18 at and charge by phone at 800-745-3000. Fans that purchase a $65 ticket will receive a special meet and greet with TNA Superstars at 5:30pm (redeemable with ticket the night of the show). Appearing live and in person will be Jeff Hardy, Kurt Angle, Bobby Roode, James Storm, Gail Kim and more! Go to for info about upcoming wrestling shows worldwide.
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WWE Returning To Belgium In April 2012‏

WWE will be holding an event at the Lotto Arena in Antwerp, Belgium on Saturday, April 21st, 2012. Bell time is 8 PM. Go to for info about upcoming wrestling shows worldwide.
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Video: John Cena Trash Talks The Rock At House Show

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Kurt Angle Receives a Fine and No Jail Time in Reckless Driving Case


It ended not with a BANG, a body slam or even an appearance by TNA World Wrestling Champion Kurt Angle. Rather, if not exactly a whimper, the legendary wrestler’s reckless driving case ended with a $1500 fine but no jail time attached.

Angle’s attorney Todd Gilbert entered a plea of no contest to Reckless Driving on Nov. 8 in Warren County General District Court. After hearing the prosecution’s evidence presented by Assistant Commonwealth’s Attorney Michael Fleming and the defendant’s explanation of his erratic driving down I-66 following an appearance at the Shenandoah County Fair on Sept. 3rd, Judge W. Dale Houff imposed the maximum fine of $2,500, suspending $1,000 of that total. The judge agreed with the defense that the case did not bear any jail time.

Angle was initially charged with DUI by State Trooper Robert Scally after he judged the 6-foot, 240-pound, 42-year-old Pennsylvania resident to have failed a series of field sobriety tests, including an on-site breathalyzer test registering .091.

However the commonwealth’s attorney’s office later amended the charge to Reckless Driving because Angle blew only a .06 in a legally-admissible BAC test at Front Royal Police headquarters between 11:50 PM and 12:10 AM after being taken into custody and charged with DUI. The legal blood-alcohol limit is .08 or below.

The prosecution presented Angle’s driving record which showed a May 2010 reckless driving conviction in North Dakota and several dismissed driving charges in Angle’s native Pennsylvania.

At the time of the traffic stop following a citizen cell phone call from a motorist and passenger, who witnessed Angle’s driving erratically after they pulled onto the interstate behind him, Angle admitted to Trooper Scally to drinking three beers earlier that evening.

Fleming told the court the arresting officer found a 12-pack of beer in Angle’s vehicle, with two beers missing.

Gilbert told the court Angle admitted to driving poorly and inappropriately. However, rather than alcohol being an underlying cause, defense counsel said the cause was texting.

During the summary of the prosecution’s evidence Fleming told the court Angle was texting the promoter of the earlier wrestling show about his payment while driving eastbound on I-66 away from the Shenandoah County Fair appearance.

As for his client’s poor performance in the field sobriety tests, Gilbert pointed to Angle’s long wrestling career during which he has suffered several broken necks and multiple knee injuries.

Angle was a 1996 U.S. Olympic Gold Medalist in heavyweight freestyle and NCAA champion before launching his highly successful professional wrestling career. Wikipedia describes Angle as one of only four people to complete the amateur wrestling “grand slam” of winning the Junior National, the NCAAs, the World Championship, and Olympic title. He was named one of the top 15 college wrestlers of all time by USA Wrestling and has been named the “greatest shoot wrestler”. According to Wikipedia, after initially turning down offers to join the World Wrestling Federation, Angle signed a multi-year contract with the company in 1998. After leaving WWE, Angle joined Total Nonstop Action Wrestling (TNA), where he became the second wrestler in TNA to win TNA’s Triple Crown and the first man to hold all three TNA championships simultaneously.

Gilbert challenged the prosecution’s contention Angle’s offense was a particularly “egregious” example of bad driving in arguing against any imposition of jail time as part of the sentence for his client.

“Were this not a high-profile defendant it is to likely the prosecution would have produced the North Dakota abstract or have had out-of-county witnesses present for this hearing,” Gilbert told the court. “His insurance will be impacted – it will go up – and his license will be impacted in his home state. And there is a stigma to his career and public image … but ultimately it is a case of someone driving poorly while using a phone.”

Judge Houff called the case unusual in his experience due to the length of time and distance of cell phone or texting use causing erratic driving. However, in the end he agreed the offense and evidence did not meet a standard to require jail time as part of the sentencing of the defendant
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CHIKARA's JoshiMania: Aja Kong vs. Meiko Satomura goes down December 3rd

Two women that have come to represent the undying spirit, work ethic and substance of joshi - Japanese women's wrestling - will collide, head-to-head for the first time on American soil. Aja Kong, the ace of Oz Academy, and Meiko Satomura, the president of Sendai Girls Pro-Wrestling, will clash when JoshiMania comes to the greater Boston area on Saturday night, December 3rd!

But these two are not the only great competitors we will feature that weekend. Everyone from the legendary Manami Toyota to current CHIKARA star Sara Del Rey will be joining us in Philadelphia (Dec 2), Everett (Dec 3), and New York City (Dec 4) for this once-in-a-lifetime tour, as CHIKARA proudly presents JoshiMania!

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Come see our next 2 live events:

"Cibernetico: The Animated Series"
Saturday evening - 11.12.2011
Live @ The Palmer Center
4100 Green Pond Road
in Easton, PA!
The action starts @ 7:00 pm, Doors open @ 6:30 pm!

"High Noon"
Sunday afternoon - 11.13.2011
Live @ The former ECW Arena
7 W. Ritner Street
in Philadelphia, PA!
The action starts @ 4:00 pm, Doors open @ 3:00 pm!

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Production Problems At Raw

According to Wrestling Observer Newsletter, There were said to be several production related prob