Chris Jericho/DDP, WWE Classics Future, Foley, More

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Chris Jericho/DDP, WWE Classics Future, Foley, More
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-- WPXI in Pittsburgh is selling a DVD of their 60 minute documentary on Bruno Sammartino, which you can buy at wpxi.mediawebconnect.com

-- Today at 6PM ET, Chris Jericho will be on DDP Radio at ddpyoga.com

-- Tomorrow at McGuires Comedy Club in Long Island, NY, Mick Foley will be doing a charity comedy show. One hundred percent of the ticket sales go to helping homeless children this holiday season. Your ticket to the event will include: a free meet and greet with Foley, a signed photo, a signed comedy tour program, a signed item you can bring and a photo with Mick. Ticket details are available at tickets.mcguirescomedy.com

-- Joel Maximo's Fighting Spirit Wrestling held their first event over the weekend in Brooklyn, NY at the Ludus Wrestling school. WWC's Gilbert won a Four Way over Shane Douglas, Homicide and Sami Callihan to become the first FSW champion. Low Ki and the SAT also worked on the show.

-- Regarding WWE discontinuing Classics on Demand in order to bolster the strength of the WWE Network when it debuts in April, although subscribers to the video on demand service are receiving postcards informing them that the service will be discontinued on January 1, 2012, some cable operators are telling customers asking about its status that it will not be discontinued until March 31, 2012.

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