-- Stacy Keibler has two direct-to-video movies coming out. The first, Fixing Pete, comes out in January while Dysfunctional Friends, releases in May.

-- A commercial for the new series Strange Days With Bob Saget is available online, which promises that there will be a wrestling episode. The series sees Saget investigate particular subcultures from wrestling to Bigfoot hunters and document them. You can check the spot out at twitvid.com/Q7PSZ

-- As of Sunday night, much of the WWE roster was not aware if they would be involved with the Survivor Series, especially considering that only three matches had been announced. The consensus is that a number of wrestlers will work the event and company officials will not have to worry about travel expenses to Miami due to a good portion of the roster residing nearby in Tampa. Additionally, the roster isn't aware on whether there will be a traditional multiple person Survivor Series Elimination Match.

-- THQ has released this updated preview for the upcoming WWE All Stars video game:

"WWE All Stars will deliver one of the greatest rosters ever assembled in a wrestling-centric videogame.

Renowned WWE Legends will align with today's most prominent Superstars, inviting players to generate fantasy matches and ultimately determine the greatest competitors of all time.

In addition, each Legend and Superstar will boast a distinctive and highly stylized appearance, adding to the overall atmosphere and intrepid attitude exuding from the on-screen action.

WWE All Stars will encompass a fluid, intuitive and original gameplay style, creating a highly competitive environment and an engaging spectacle of big, bold and over the top moments.

Every Legend and Superstar on the power-packed roster will be equipped with individual abilities, signature moves and renowned finishers to create the ultimate in-ring experience."

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