Notes On HHH, Austin, Cena, Former WWE Star Fails Drug Test

Ryan Clark


— For the second week in a row since its release, the Triple H “King of Kings” DVD has topped Billboard’s Sports & Recreation DVD sales charts. Here’s this week’s Top 10 from Billboard.com:

1. WWE: Triple H: The King Of Kings

2. NFL: Super Bowl XLII Champions New York Giants

3. WWE: No Way Out 2008

4. UFC: Best Of 2007

5. WWE: The Legacy Of Stone Cold Steve Austin

6. UFC 79: Nemesis

7. WWE: The Best Of Raw: 15th Anniversary 1993-2008

8. WWE: John Cena: My Life

9. 2001 FedEx Orange Bowl National Championship

10. WWE: Undertaker 15-0

— Former WWE-WCW-ECW wrestler Tracy “Freddie Joe Floyd” Smothers was randomly drug tested before an indy wrestling show in Kentucky last week and found to have been smoking marijuana. As a result of this, Smothers was suspended. Smothers cannot wrestle again in the state of Kentucky until he appears before their control board.

— Hulk & Brooke Hogan are mentioned briefly in today’s New York Daily News. Brooke took part in a photo shoot for Maxim and the Hulkster paid her a visit. They wrote: “Hulk Hogan paid a surprise visit to daughter Brooke’s Maxim mag photo shoot in L.A. and snapped a few pics of his own.”

— In her interview with Live Audio Wrestling last week, Trish Stratus noted that her new travel show will be broadcast in High Definition television when it airs this summer. You will be able to catch the program on Discovery HD as well as CTV Travel.

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