-- There is currently a vote in Long Island, New York as to whether local residents will agree to build a new Arena in Uniondale that will replace the Nassau Coliseum for the New York Islanders. The plan would include the construction of a $350 million facility in order to keep the Islanders in town. The current arena has been around since 1972, and hosted a part of WrestleMania 2, Crocket Promotion's 1987 Bunkhouse Stampede, Summerslam 2002 and more. You can check out the article at NYTimes.com by clicking here.
-- Roddy Piper discusses this weekend's NWA legends Fanfest at this link.
-- In September, WWE's Kaitlyn will be working with Team Gaspari for the 2011 Olympia Fitness Expo.
-- The following AWA matches are currently available on ESPN on Demand:
* Sgt. Slaughter vs Nord The Barbarian,
* Jimmy Snuka & Greg Gagne vs. Barbarian and King Kong (Bruiser) Brody in a steel cage
* Jimmy Snuka, Curt Hennig & Greg Gagne vs. Doug Sommers & Col. DeBeers & Larry Zbyszko
* Baron Von Raschke vs. Iron Shiek
* Curt Hennig vs. Jerry Lawler
* Shawn Michaels vs. Buddakhan
* AWA World champion Larry Zbyszko vs. Harley Race.
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