-- Mick Foley has written a new blog at TNAWrestling.com. Foley noted that Countdown to Lockdown didn't make the New York Times best seller list, but that he got something more important out of the experience. Here is an excerpt… "Most importantly, I got a chance to speak about things that were important to me. As some fans might have seen, there was no shortage of Mick Foley sightings, on the web, in the news, and on TV. At each stop, I was asked questions about subjects I cared about - the deaths of too many wrestlers, concussions in wrestling, the wonderful people at RAINN I am fortunate to work with, the little boy from Sierra Leone, my meeting with Tori Amos. I really think quite a bit of good came out of this book tour, far more good than can be measured in statistics and best-seller lists."
-- ROH sent out the following today… Fresh off his 1st successful defense of the IWGP Jr. Tag Team Titles alongside tag team partner Kota Ibushi, Kenny Omega has agreed to a pair of dates with Ring of Honor! It's been nearly six months since Omega last competed in ROH, at "Death Before Dishonor VIII" when he lost to Christopher Daniels to be exact, and in that time Omega has been on a nearly non-stop tour of Japan, competing in both DDT and New Japan Pro Wrestling. Now, on December 17th in Plymouth, MA and on December 18th in New York City for "Final Battle 2010", Kenny Omega will finally come back to Ring of Honor!!! Who will Kenny compete against? Keep checking back with ROHWrestling.com for more information as we approach our end of the year festivities. In the meantime, tickets for both Plymouth and NYC can be purchased here: rohstore.com/index.php?dispatch=categories.view&category_id=3, and if you can't be there live, then order it on GoFightLive.TV right here: gofightlive.tv/Events/Fight/Wrestling/ROH_Final_Battle_2010/807. With Davey Richards challenging Roderick Strong for the ROH World Title, The Briscoe Family taking on The Kings of Wrestling & Shane Hagadorn, Kevin Steen vs. El Generico in a Fight Without Honor, and now Kenny Omega's highly anticipated return to ROH, Ring of Honor is ending 2010 with a bang. Don't miss out!!!
-- It has been confirmed that Devin Allen, Dr. Cable Jones, Fahd Rakman, Ron Myers, Rhys Ali and referee Daniel Skyler were released from their developmental contracts with WWE over the weekend. Byron Saxton, Eli Cottonwood, Lucky Cannon and Rhys Ali were also removed from the FCW website's roster page, but have since been placed back. They have not been cut as we noted yesterday here on the website.
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