By Andy Steven | February 07, 2006
The whole of the Deep South Wrestling roster was backstage at last night's RAW show in Atlanta, Georgia. A major DSW show is set to take place at this week's TV taping McDonough, Georgia as they will have the Road to WrestleMania promotional bus tour at the taping as well as several WWE stars appearing on the show.
There have been reports that Hacksaw Duggan could be a recurring character, possibly as half of a tag team with Goldust.
As we noted earlier today, Chyna will be on Surreal Life: Fame Games series. The series will be starting to film on March 6 in Las Vegas. Also Joanie Laurer will be in New York City on March 1 to promote the film "Illegal Aliens" including a film industry screening appearance alongside Anna Nicole Smith. The March 1 edition of the Howard Stern Show which features Chyna as guest will be at 7 AM Eastern.
WWE Women's champion Trish Stratus is featured on the cover of the new WWE Divas 2006 Magazine. A layout with Jillian Hall is also in the magazine.
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