Big ESPN/Wrestling Story, Luger, Hart/People’s Court

Ryan Clark

WWE Films’ “The Condemned” will be released on DVD this Tuesday. Steve Austin is scheduled to do DVD signings in Los Angeles and New York City to help support the release.

Marshal Schaffer sent this in: I was watching the People’s Court and they had a case where the plaintiff was suing someone over rent. The person he was suing was who I believe was a wrestling promoter of XWF and WWL. His witness was Jimmy Hart. Unfortunately, the guy didn’t win his court case and lost nearly $5,000.

George Schaffer sent this in: The link below is to the front page, main headline story on ESPN today: Mr. Lex Luger himself, in a tell-all interview. He talks about his addictions, how he ended up a convicted felon, and how he blames himself in part for the death of Miss Elizabeth (“…my influence in her life…Her little heart and body couldn’t take what I was doing.” The story catches you quickly, with the writer making note of the fact that the 49 year-old Luger now needs a cane to walk. As for the rest of the story, it’s some of the same-old we’ve already heard, but A LOT is very informative and sheds new light. To view the article, go to

WWE issued the following press release today: STAMFORD , Conn. , September 13, 2007 R11; World Wrestling Entertainment® has signed on as a sponsor of former Giants defensive end George Martinâ<80><99>s â<80><9c>Journey for 9/11.â<80> Beginning this Sunday, September 16, Martin will be walking from New York City to San Francisco to raise awareness and money for rescue workers experiencing health issues related to the their heroic work at ground zero in the aftermath of the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001. WWE will sponsor Martinâ<80><99>s walk financially, and will allow Martin access to WWEâ<80><99>s extensive fan base via personalized messages and updates featured on, which currently receives more than 20 million unique visitors each month. To help kick-off his journey, WWE has filmed a special message from Martin asking WWE fans for their support and participation during his walk. That message is now viewable on, and can be seen by clicking here. “As a life-long fan of WWE, I’m extremely proud and grateful to have them as a sponsor of my Journey for 9/11,â<80> said Martin. â<80><9c>Iâ<80><99>m inviting WWE fans to join me in support of a group of men and women who put their lives on the line during one of the darkest days in U.S. history. Together, we can make a difference, and help pay back those who have already given us so much.â<80> WWE fans can join George on September 16 as he sets out from the New York side of the George Washington Bridge . Details on that event, as well as subsequent stops along the journey, can be found at

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