By Ryan Clark | January 25, 2009
Seven spots remain open for tonight's Royal Rumble.
Michael Weaver, Jr. sent this in: Jerry Jarrett's first column "Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow" is now available. It's a monthly column exclusively at www.wrestlingupdateonline.com.
dwswarzone sent this in: I was at my local Suncoast and I noticed "Cross The Line" DVD box set had Booker T, instead of Christian Cage or AJ Styles. In addition, "Knocked Out" did not have Karen Angle on the cover, it had Christy Hemme. Mickey Rourke is up for another major film award for his portrayal of Randy "The Ram" Robinson in "The Wrestler" at tonight's 15th annual Screen Actors Guild awards. This is Rourke's first SAG award nomination. The event is televised live tonight at 8:00 pm ET on both TNT and TBS, opposite WWE's Royal Rumble.
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