-- Shawn Michaels was on RAW radio and discussed his rivalry with Chris Jericho in 2008. "He (Chris) was talking about it while we were doing it. He kept saying, 'geez, they need to make a DVD on this'," said Michaels. "The thing is we love working with each other. We're very similar in our creative process - and we're 2 guys who push each other and challenge each other and love every second of it. And I think the greatest thing about that rivalry was that nobody had a game plan. It was something that just sort of came about and each week we (Chris & I) just sort of got together and would just do this process - he & I spent countless of hours in the writers office with ideas. I don't know if you can hear it in our voices - but we just really enjoyed working with each other." He also talked about his new show, the challenges of working with Hulk Hogan, how important Sensational Sherri was to his career and more. You can check out the full interview by clicking here.

-- Our contest to win a copy of Brock Lesnar's new book "Death Clutch" ends tonight. We will be giving away five copies of the autobiography, all you have to do is "Like" our brand new Facebook page and reply to this thread on our new Discussion Board. Please note that this contest is only open to U.S. residents. The book tells of Lesnar's life in and out of the octagon, from his rise to fame as a wrestler to the WWE and his shocking decision to leave wrestling and take on the world of MMA with the UFC. He also discusses the disease that almost killed him, and how it changed him as a fighter and as a man. For more details, visit our Facebook Page by clicking here. You can "like" the page by clicking the button below:

-- Speaking of Lesnar, his arch-nemesis Frank Mir recently commented on Lesnar's illness, stating, "Right now, what he's going through is not having to do with us as competitors competing in the Octagon, you know, he's a father, a husband, and he's having health issues. I don't wish that on anybody. I hope that he's able to recover and provide a lifestyle for his family that they're used to. That's something that, you know, I have complete empathy for. I can't imagine being in the same situation right now as far as, you know, being a father." You can check out the full article at FightLine.com by clicking here.

-- 1Wrestling recently did an interview with Bill Goldberg, where he reveals that he left the WWE because the company was marketing a "Super Hero In Training" shirt and also said that he misses the fans. You can watch the interview below:

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