-- Howard Finkel spoke to WWE.com about returning at the Survivor Series to announce CM Punk. "I'd have to say Survivor Series 2011 will be in my top three favorite Garden moments," said Finkel. "I'll forever remember it because of the rush I got and the adulation of the WWE Universe in New York City. It meant so much to me because I have always given everything I have when I ring announce. As I said when I was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame, no matter who I was introducing, I always wanted them to feel as though they were heading into the main event." You can check out the full interview by clicking here.
-- WWE.com posted a piece from the upcoming Steve Austin 4-disc DVD set about the famous hospital scene where Steve Austin attacked a bed-ridden Vince McMahon and nailed him with a bedpan. McMahon noted that Austin really "clobbered" him with the bedpan. Austin and Jerry Lawler also shared their memories of the scene. You can check out the video by clicking here.
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