Partial Source: The Pro Wrestling Torch

-- Georgia Wrestling History announced its 2011 Hall of Fame class today. It includes: Stan Hansen, Ric Flair, Ted Allen, The Road Warriors, Doug Gilbert, Ron West and Jerry & Ted Oates.

-- CHIKARA sent out the following today… Win a FREE viewing of CHIKARA's live iPay-Per-View event "High Noon"! Ten lucky fans will win a free viewing of "High Noon" being presented live, worldwide through our partners GoFightLive! How can you be in running for this? All the information you need is right here: In addition to the full "High Noon" card, don't forget the just-signed singles encounter between El Generico and Jigsaw that will take place before our iPay-Per-View goes live on November 13th! A special 45-minute Pre-Show-A-Go-Go will stream out FOR FREE on our UStream channel prior to "High Noon" being sent out via Go Fight Live. The Pre-Show will feature live interviews, a number to call in and chat with the stars of the show, and a whole lot more - all hosted by Dr. Keith Lipiniski, DDS. Join us at 3:15 pm eastern on our UStream channel here: Order the "High Noon" iPPV by visiting this link:

-- Tomorrow at 10PM, former WWE performer Daniel Puder hosts an Anti-Bullying Concert at the Good Hurt Nightclub in West Los Angeles.

-- At 9PM ET tonight, Shane Helms will be doing a live chat regarding Lucha Libre USA. You can participate in the chat at

-- We noted here on the website that Monday's RAW scored a 3.10 rating, down from a 3.31 rating last week. RAW averaged 4.49 million viewers off an average of 4.61 million first hour viewers and an average of 4.37 million viewers for the second hour. It was the fewest number of second hour viewers in six weeks. RAW scored higher ratings among key males 18-34 and males 18-49 compared to last week's show. It was up roughly 10% from the previous week. The biggest drop-off was among younger viewers (males 12-17 & males 12-34). WWE had tried to prevent this drop with the appearance of the Muppets on Halloween. On Monday, Raw was #2 behind football in total viewers and adult males & male teen viewers.

-- The WWE and UFC are both running in England on Saturday.

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