Various News: Jesus Update, Saturn To Shoot, Y2J Note
-- Chris Jericho and his Dancing With The Stars partner Cheryl Burke are scheduled to be on Access Hollywood today.
-- FoxSportsWest.com interviewed Aaron Aguilera, who previously worked for WWE as Jesus. Aguilera is working for All Japan Pro Wrestling, and was in the country when the earthquake and tsunami his last week. You can check out the article here.
-- The ECWA announced today that the 2011 Super 8 tournament, which takes place on April 30th, will be available through I-PPV. Austin Aries, Adam Cole, Shockwave the Robot, Rich Swann, Tommaso Ciampa, Sami Callihan, "Beautiful" Bobby Shields and Shiima Xion are scheduled to compete in the tournament. The event takes place in Voorhees, NJ.
-- Kayfabe Commetaries has issued the following press release: PERRY SATURN EMERGES FROM THE SHADOWS FOR "YOUSHOOT" Some guests of the popular "YouShoot" DVD series have found their way there by being lightning rods for controversy. Others have been logical choices for their outspoken or outrageous nature. But never before has a wrestling personality starred in a "YouShoot" for being...well, missing. Such is the case as Kayfabe Commentaries, producers of the popular series, have today announced the submission lines are open for "YouShoot: Perry Saturn." Of course, Saturn's wrestling career has plenty of highlights, having been trained by Killer Kowalski and making his biggest mark in ECW, then later WCW and WWE. But Saturn became a frequent topic of discussion by seemingly vanishing into thin air. And the more fans talked about it...the more they talked about it. (And then they talked about it some more.) Kayfabe Commentaries' president Sean Oliver says it has the components of a public relations marvel. "If the circumstances of Perry's recent years weren't so tragic, it would have been a brilliant way to create demand for himself," Oliver said. "His absence from not only television, but any kind of contact with pro wrestlers that he worked with in that brotherhood was mindboggling. How could anyone once so famous become a zero-entity. It was like he vaporized. And his name became a hotly discussed and requested topic." Vaporize he didn't. And now he's ready to return to the spotlight in the very home for the outrageous and outlandish..."YouShoot." Fans can submit their questions up until April 2 at www.kayfabecommentaries.com.
-- Ringside Collectibles is releasing a new action figure of Sting. The figure will show the TNA World Champion as he appeared in his Tokyo Dome debut for New Japan Pro Wrestling.