Lots Of WWE & TNA News: Shelley, Senshi, Coach, ‘Taker

Ryan Clark

Jay Lethal defending the X Division Title is expected to be added to the Genesis card for this Sunday. We are aware of one report touting Elix Skipper as the opponent, although nothing has been confirmed by TNA at this point. Christopher Daniels and Senshi can be ruled out as opponents since they will be overseas working for New Japan along with Rhino and Ron “The Truth” Killings.

Mavel.com has an interview with Alex Shelley.

Just a reminder that CNN will be airing the “Death Grip: Inside Pro Wrestling” documentary on Wednesday night at 8:00 p.m. Eastern. We will more than likely have a recap from the show later that night, but if anyone catches the show please feel free to pass on a report.

WWE.com has an interview up with Steve Austin where he talks about appearing on Raw last night and at the Cyber Sunday PPV.

WWE will start selling “Save_Us.222” t-shirts starting November 19.

Alex Bryer sent this in: I was recently watching the New York Rangers hockey game on the MSG network in New York. After the game concluded it went to the MSG post-game show hosted by none other than “The Coach” Jonathan Coachman. I was shocked to see this as I didn’t know he worked outside the WWE as well. Coach did highlights from several sports including baseball, football and basketball in an ESPN style commentary.

Darryn sent this in: I got the new Undertaker 15-0 DVD a couple of days ago at Wal-Mart and the DVD comes with a bonus disc that is a game preview of Smackdown vs. Raw 2008.

Stefan Gorges sent this in regarding last week’s Smackdown rating that did a 2.8 rating: I just wanted to note, that this is the best Smackdown number since March 23rd 2007, when the show did 3.0.

MrWrestlemania21 sent this in: I don’t know if it’s been reported or not, or if they even show this program over in the US, but here in the UK, we have a show called Afterburn, which is basically a recap of Smackdown shoved into an hour. The same for Raw is Bottom Line. Well, I was watching one of them this morning, and as the presenter was talking, the TV screen behind him went from the bottom line logo to playing the Save_Us video. He turned around, made some comment like “What the hell?” and then went back to talking.

Manuel R. Batista sent this in: Just a funny and silly note. I was surfing through WWE’s website, and I noticed WWE Japan’s link. When I checked it out I found that they still have Booker T’s profile online. Also, Sabu’s, and on one page, they list John Cena as WWE Champion. Maybe it’s because their TV shows aren’t up-to-date, but at least you would think that Sabu shouldn’t be featured on their website by now, considering how long he’s been gone from the company.

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