From Brian Tramel: I just finished my first book, which is a review of 2007 in Memphis Wrestling and it now available for sale on the publisher's web site. It will be shipped from the publisher.
On Saturday, Jimmy Valient will be signing copies of his autobiography "Woo...Mercy Daddy!" from 7 to 9PM at the Sea Grove Middle School in Sea Grove, NC.
The Philadelphia Spectrum, which was the host to many wrestling events until the Wachovia Arena was completed, is planned to be down and replaced by an entertainment complex, hotel and parking garage, reports the Wrestling Observer Newsletter.
El Toreo de Cuatro in Naucalpan, Mexico has been sold and will be demolished later this year.
We received an update on legendary manager Bobby "The Brain" Heenan. Heenan underwent another reconstructive surgery to help his neck heal, and additional skin and tissue was transferred to his neck. Healing has been extremely slow because of the severe radiation in the past. Good news, the bone is still alive, set in place once again and he is looking more like "Bobby." Heenan will also undergo Physical rehab for walking and strength. We hear that Heenan is getting healthier in that he "wants out"....We wish Mr. Heenan nothing but the best, and pray for a speedy recovery
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