-- Considering that "Hacksaw" Jim Duggan's WWE contract has been transferred from a regular talent contract to a Legends deal, he is now available for indy bookings again. Wrestling promoters interested in booking Duggan should contact [email protected]

-- Attention wrestling fans in the U.K., the new WWE program showcasing old wrestling footage is called WWE Vintage Collection and it is scheduled to debut on Sunday, June 8 at 10 a.m. on Sky Sports. WWE Hall of Famer "Mean" Gene Okerlund is the host of the new program.

-- According to documents filed with the SEC on Friday, Stephanie McMahon acquired 20,000 shares of WWE Class A common stock. Stephanie is an officer with World Wrestling Entertainment and she used her stock options to acquire the shares at $9.60 per share. WWE's stock closed at $16.65 on Friday. Analysts estimate the stock at rising to $19.50 per share within a year.

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