-- As noted earlier, the WrestleMania XXVIII Online Charity Auction is now open. The Miami Herald has comments from Jerry "The King" Lawler, who is the company's featured artist for the week.
"I was involved in the first WrestleMania Art [during WrestleMania 24 Week in 2008 in Orlando]," said Lawler, "and everybody was all excited about WrestleMania coming to Orlando. The Orlando Sentinel [newspaper] even let me draw a WWE comic strip for about a month leading into WrestleMania... It's something that I've really enjoyed being a part of every year."
Booker T vouched for Lawler's artistic prowess.
"King is a great artist," said Booker. "He does water colors, water paintings. You can tell he's put so much time — outside anyone's eyes — behind the scenes putting the work in doing that. He inspired me to get a lot better. He inspired me to go work on my craft. I don't think my art is great, but it's really not about how great something is in that frame right there. It's just about doing your best, and hopefully we can help somebody raise some money."
You can check out the full article by clicking here. The auction will continue until Monday, April 2 at 11 p.m. ET and benefits children's oncology care at the Sylvester Comprehensive Care Center at the University of Miami. To check out all the auctions up for bid, click here.
-- Between The Ropes recently interviewed Edge, who talked about the WWE Hall Of Fame and WrestleMania. During the interview, Edge revealed that he would have liked for his final match to have been with Christian at 'Mania. You can check out his appearance below: