By Ryan Clark | May 07, 2009
Sabu will be appearing Saturday at the Wrestling Universe store in Whitestone, Queens for a 3PM autograph signing. For more information, you can call Jac at (718) 746-0010.
Bob Holly has pulled out of his NWS appearance in New Jersey, due to a family emergency.
You can follow ECW wrestler Zack Ryder on Twitter at twitter.com/ZackRyder. This was confirmed through WWE's account.
Over the weekend, WWE signed New Jersey independent worker Fred Sampson to a developmental contract.
Broadcasting & Cable has an article up on the WWE's First Quarter Earnings Report.
Here are the top selling sports and recreational DVDs, according to Billboard. For the first time in a long time, WWE only has two entries on the top 10, while the UFC clocks in with four of the top ten releases:
1. WWE: Greatest Stars Of The 90s
2. UFC 92: Nogueira Vs. Mir
3. UFC: Best Of 2008
4. NFL: Super Bowl XLIII Champions: Pittsburgh Steelers
5. Bluetopia: The LA Dodgers Movie
6. UFC 91: Couture Vs. Lesnar
7. UFC: The Ultimate Fighter: Season 8
8. WWE: The Best Of Raw: 15th Anniversary 1993-2008
9. Phil Mickelson: Secrets Of The Short Game
10. TNA: Cross The Line Vol. II
WWE Thanksgiving SmackDown Live Viewing Party
Jon Jones Says Ronda Rousey And Conor McGregor Reached Out To Help Him, Dana White, More
Sean Waltman Talks About Daniel Bryan's Push And Similarities To Bret Hart, What Vince McMahon Likes
Jim Ross Wants To Call NJPW-ROH PPV, Roderick Strong On TV Title Win, NJPW Wrestle Kingdom 10 Videos
Bobby Roode Interview, The Pope Speaks Out, Johnny Mundo Thanksgiving Message, Tommy Gilbert Dies
Vince McMahon And John Cena On Thanksgiving, WWE Fans On Who They're Thankful For, Natalya
CM Punk Talks About His Beliefs, Donald Trump Running For President, Roddy Piper Being His Hero
** SPOILERS ** WWE SmackDown Results For This Week
WWE RAW Viewership Drops Under 3 Million
WWE Releases Brad Maddox Due To Promo At WWE TV Tapings
Backstage WWE WrestleMania 32 Notes On Sting, Triple H And John Cena Vs. The Undertaker
WWE Hall Of Famer Says He's Close To Becoming A Former Fan Of WWE