-- Crowbar Press has released the official autobiography for former NWA star Nikita Koloff. Here is the official announcement: "Nikita Koloff, better known as the "Russian Nightmare," stormed the wrestling world as few others have in the history of the sport. Imposing, immovable, and unbeatable, Nikita left a trail of fallen opponents as he brought the Cold War that loomed over the globe into the ring. From a hard-scrabble beginning to rings around the world, Nikita Koloff filled arenas, thrilled fans, and captured five world titles in the process. And then, when he was at the top of his game, he walked away from the sport. This is not just the story of Nikita Koloff, the wrestler. It is the story of Nikita Koloff, the man. It is the story of a remarkable and unique journey. It is a story that, in many ways, is common to all of us. "A Tale of the Ring and Redemption" captures a time of upheaval and change in the wrestling business that lay witness to the end of the age-old territories and the dawn of a new global era that made wrestling the most-watched sport and entertainment venue of all time. Most importantly, "A Tale of the Ring and Redemption" is just that: a story of the career of one of the most prominent wrestlers who has ever stepped into the ring. It is the story of a man who has touched hundreds of thousands of lives with his own narrative. Nikita's story is a story for everyone."
-- The pre-sale code for the April 9th WWE Monday Night Raw in Washington, DC is WWEDC. The pre-sale has already started. Locally being advertised for the show is John Cena vs. Kane in a Last Man Standing match as the main event.
-- Vauhkonen sent in the following: E!'s The Soup once again had Daniel Bryan as its "Clip of the week". This week it featured Bryans promo from RAW on The Big Show where he said that after the elimination chamber he'll still be a vegan. After this the host Joel McHale made a crack about Bryan being prone to flatulence caused by all the tofu he eats. Funny stuff.
-- John Carr sent this in: Last night in an episode of the sitcom Suburgatory, characters were listing various types/styles of sex with one mentioning the "reverse Andre the Giant." You can speculate as to what that might be.
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