-- After finishing in second place on the NBC reality show "I'm A Celebrity, Get Me Out of Here," former WWE Diva Torrie Wilson tells EOnline.com that she is planning to release a workout video in the near future. "While I was in the jungle trying to figure many different ways to get my workout in, I decided I'm going to do a workout video," she said. "That is on the immediate horizon."
-- According to the Los Angeles Business Journal, video game publisher THQ is developing their own game-specific control accessory (similar to instruments players use in "Rock Band"), set to be released in 2010. THQ's Chief Executive Brian Farrell is quoted saying, "We have something that we think is different from anything else out there and will give us a competitive advantage," Farrell said. "Beyond that, we can't say much." THQ publishes WWE's SmackDown vs. RAW series and the article sarcastically suggests that THQ might be developing a steel chair controller.
-- Tomorrow night, Bobby Lashley has his fourth professional MMA fight against Bob Sapp. The event will headline the "Ultimate Chaos" Pay-Per-View from the Mississippi Gulf Coast Coliseum in Biloxi, Mississippi. At the final pre-fight press conference, Sapp responded to recent comments by Lashley that their fight will be nothing short of a "train wreck." Sapp said, "He's looking for a train wreck. I'm the train that's going to wreck him. He's expecting me to go three rounds … no. I'm going to knock him out. He's looking for me? He'll see me after I knock him out and he's laying there looking up at me. Everybody's going to see what 'Ultimate Chaos' means … me and Bobby Lashley."
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