- A very special Q&A has been announced for Wrestlecon's 2017 kickoff, as WWE Hall of Famers Ric Flair and Sting will participate in a Q&A together on March 30, 2017 on Wrestlemania weekend. For ticketing information check here.

- Bubba Ray Dudley's first in-ring appearance since leaving WWE will be this Saturday (September 24, 2016) in Watertown, MA for Pro Wrestling Mass at St. James Hall. Others being advertised for the show include Matt Striker, Velvet Sky, Spike Dudley, Booker T, JT Dunn, Homicide and Tony Atlas. For more info check out this link.

- Mick Foley announced on his official Facebook page that he is working on a memoir about being one of the Santa's ambassadors:

THE NEW MEMOIR
I have been working on a new memoir about my experiences in the red suit as one of Santa's ambassadors. It's been a fun and rewarding project, being written only in places where Christmas spirit lives all year round. So, unlike past books, I'm not writing on airplanes, locker rooms, hotels or emergency rooms. Just places like Jefferson, New Hampshire's "Santa's Village", where I did some writing in Santa's house in the original 1953 rocking chairs from the park's opening. This past week, I made it to Indianapolis for #ClashOfChampions by way of #SantaClaus Indiana, where I wrote from #SantasCandyCastle the 1935 landmark believed to be America's oldest themed attraction, and from the very spot where Santa Claus first greeted guests at #HolidayWorld originally known as #SantaClausLand when the park opened 70 years ago.
I am not under the impression that this is going to be a big seller by any means so it's something I'm doing just for fun, because it is important to me. It's not going to be controversial. I won't be slinging any dirt or making anybody look bad . But there will be a surprising amount of wrestling in this book as everything I have learned in life revolves around sports entertainment.
Who's going to be adding this book to their Christmas wish list in 2017.

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