By Ryan Clark | February 18, 2009
WWE continues to celebrate Black History Month with a look at the career of ECW General Manager Theodore Long. Long is also featured on the latest episode of "Legends of Wrestling" on WWE 24/7 Classics on Demand.
WCW SuperBrawl III won the "Pick Your Big One" poll on WWE 24/7 Classics on Demand. Therefore, the event is scheduled to air later in the month. When WWE.com put up the match listing for the show, Chris Benoit's encounter with Too Cold Scorpio was interestingly listed. Although, WWE 24/7 still cuts out matches featuring Benoit, so it was probably a mistake on the website's part. WWE 24/7 has aired the pay-per-view before as it was available on the video on demand service a week or two before his double murder and suicide (and still available for a few days following the incident). Also, this month's poll features WrestleMania IV, WrestleMania X, and WrestleMania XII. On WWE.com, Hulk Hogan's pictured for WrestleMania X even though he didn't appear at the event.
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