-- MMA superstar and former UFC fighter Kimbo Slice will be making his pro boxing debut next month. Kimbo was originally set to make his pro wrestling debut this past February against former Sumo wrestler Shinichi Suzukawa at the Inoki Genome Federation's "Genome 14" event in Fukuoka, Japan, however pulled out of the match due to injury. It now appears that he has abandoned a pro wrestling career altogether. For details on Kimbo's boxing debut, check out FightLine.com by clicking here.

-- The Honky Tonk Man was recently on the Monday Night Mayhem radio show and was asked whether he believes the time has come for him to receive his induction into the WWE Hall of Fame and whom he feels will be headlining the WWE's "Class of 2012." "I think 'Macho Man' [Randy Savage], of course, will be the headliner," said Honky Tonk Man. "The sad thing is that he's not going to be there to give his own speech. Down the line would it be my time? I don't know. For all the fans out there, I don't sit at home waiting for that 203 area code number to pop up on my phone. If it happens, it happens. The other time out here (Phoenix, AZ for WrestleMania XXVI), I was already committed to Wizard World, and the WWE waited too long. If it's my turn, it's my turn." You can check out the full interview at MondayNightMayhem.com.

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