|By Marc Middleton | June 26, 2012 | Comments|
- We posted a video teaser yesterday for Tommy Dreamer's new promotion House of Hardcore, which debuts on October 6th at the Mid-Hudson Civic Center in Poughkeepsie, New York. The promotion is indeed owned and being ran by Dreamer. They will be using Poughkeepsie as their home base. The phrase "Live in the Now" can be seen in the video and that was a slogan used for a local tag team - The Now, Vik Dalushus and Hale Collins. Both are local to the area and will be involved with the promotion. More details should be released on House of Hardcore in early July.
- Some of the WWE terms trending on Twitter during RAW last night were Charlie Sheen, Sid, Vickie Guerrero, Zack Ryder, Star Wars, Kane, Jack Swagger, Santino Marella, Brock Lesnar and Bob Barker, among others.
- WWE Champion CM Punk posted the following about his upcoming DVD release:
"Watching an early copy of my DVD. I'm pretty speechless. Very humbling... So many people I respect. Telling stories about my life and career. I can't put it into words."
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