-- The Professional Wrestling Hall of Fame in Amsterdam, New York sent out the following statement today: The Professional Wrestling Hall of Fame is proud to announce its Class of 2011, which will be enshrined at the tenth PWHF Induction Ceremony known as PWHF-X. The honorees are: Bronko Nagurski and Everett Marshall in the Pioneer Era category. The Sheik (Ed Farhat) and Dick the Bruiser in the TV Era category. Jerry Lawler and Ivan Koloff in the Modern Era category. Billy Robinson in the International category. The Road Warriors with Paul Ellering in the Tag Team category. Vincent K. McMahon in the Colleague category. Judy Grable in the Ladies category. The PWHF-X Induction Weekend will take place on May 20-21, 2011, in Amsterdam, NY. Ticket information and other details will be released soon. PWHF inductees are determined by a distinguished Selection Committee. The 2011 Selection Committee includes: Harley Race, Terry Funk, Oliver Humperdink, Don Leo Jonathan, William Myers, Mae Young, Billy Two Rivers, William Moody, Dick Beyer, Nick Bockwinkel, Jim Cornette, Ted DiBiase, Dan Hodge, Pat Patterson, Les Thatcher, J Michael Kenyon, Steve Johnson, Graham Cawthon, Tom Burke, Zack Arnold, Don Luce, Rich Tate, Koji Miyamoto, Greg Oliver, Mike Tenay, Fred Hornby, Bob Bryla, Dave Cameron, Tim Hornbaker and Mark Hewitt. For more information, visit PWHF.org.

-- According to WWE sources, CM Punk is expected to remain on the RAW broadcast booth for the next several months. The main reason for this is because Vince McMahon has always been a fan of a three-man announce team. That is also part of the reason we see Striker/Cole/Lawler calling WWE pay-per-view events. The call was made at add Punk to the announce booth as he's expected to be out of action several months due to a lower back injury. WWE officials wanted to keep him on TV while he recovers so this worked out well for them.

-- Here is the "director's cut" version of the Jeff Jarrett dojo video from last night:

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