By Ryan Clark | October 14, 2006
Ring of Honor will be giving former WWE stars Brent (Gunner Scott) Albright and Tank Toland (Chad Dick) a look next week in Dayton, Ohio since both are from the Louisville, Kentucky area.
WWE is selling a special Vince McMahon set featuring his DVD, a T-shirt, and a signed plaque for $99.
ComingSoon.com is projecting The Marine to pull in about $7.5 million this weekend, and to finish in 6th place. Also, boxofficereport.com is predicting the movie to take in $8 million this weekend for a fifth place finish. In comparison, See No Evil took in an estimated $4.35 million in box office sales on its opening weekend. Although, the movie cost $8 million to make whereas Cena's movie cost $15 million.
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