- Former WWE / WCW star and NXT head trainer Bill DeMott stars in the upcoming film, The Kamasutra Graden, which recently completed post-production and is tentatively scheduled to be released on Valentine's Day. In the movie, DeMott plays a successful businessman who teams up with an exotic madam and a scandalous sex guru to start an elite brothel called "The Kamasutra Garden" in Nevada. It is the only brothel in the world where the girls are trained in "Kamasutra," the ancient art and science of lovemaking. DeMott's character requests an award winning filmmaker named William to visit the "The Kamasutra Garden" to prepare a documentary about the brothel and about the girls who work there. You can check out a recent trailer of the film in the video above.
- KnokX Pro introduced their first-ever live interactive wrestling show on Twitch this past weekend where fans in the chat determined the moves on the mat. They will be featuring their innovative approach to Live Interactive Wrestling (LIW) every week at twitch.tv/knokxpro. LIW allows the #IAMWRESTLING fans on Twitch to interact during a live wrestling match with wrestlers in real time. All the posts are viewed live on Twitch chat and the wrestlers will respond from the squared circle. In addition to the LIW action, KnokX Pro's Twitch channel will be featuring other live content including "In Rikishi's Life" with KnokX Pro Academy seminars and training, as well as the Wrestle Fair Conventions, and all road tours.
- Jim Ross will be signing copies of his book, Slobberknocker: My Life in Wrestling, this Tuesday at Barnes & Noble at 97 Warren Street in New York, NY and Wednesday at Bookends Bookstore at 211 E Ridgewood Ave in Ridgewood, NJ. Both signings are at 6pm CST. You can get more details at jrsbarbq.com.
- The Crash Lucha Libre announced today on Twitter that Konnan has departed from the company. You can check out their statement, in Spanish, below:
Comunicado Oficial. pic.twitter.com/C3EXz7G4uc— The Crash LuchaLibre (@TheCrashLuchas) December 4, 2017
Charles Barrios and Carole Rose contributed to this article.