Noah Skelton sent this in: The WWE has added Chris Master to the Raw roster on their website.

— Former WWE diva Dawn Marie is the Girl Of The Month for August. Dawn Marie talked with us about her time in ECW and WWE, and her thoughts on Vince McMcmahon, Paul Heyman, Torrie Wilson and Stephanie McMahon. She also talks about her kiss with Torrie, being fired by WWE and starting Wrestlers Rescue. You can check out her photo spread and our interview with her by clicking here.

— Road Warrior Joe “The Animal” Laurinaitis has signed a book deal to release his nonfiction biography titled ROAD WARRIOR: My Life as Animal and a Regular Joe. Joe looks back on his career in the glory days of pro wrestling, from his humble beginnings learning the trade in dingy basements in Minnesota, the home state of the AWA, and the likes of Jesse Ventura and Ric Flair, to his rise to stardom with partner, Hawk, as the Road Warriors with Georgia Championship Wrestling (GCW), and later across other promotions like NWA and the WWF. Revealed are the power struggles between the various promotions, how the arrival of Vince McMahon changed the wrestling landscape, and the hard and often excessive lifestyle that took its toll on many pro wrestling greats, including Joe’s partner, Hawk. This is the story of Animal & Hawk and of a guy named Joe, who’s every dream came true. The book is currently set to hit store shelves in March 2011.

— Finally, a note from our store. Dragonball: Evolution just released on DVD and Blu-Ray last week. The legend comes to life when one of the most successful anime franchises of all-time arrives on Blu-ray Disc and DVD with Dragonball Evolution: Z Edition. A live-action adaptation of the hugely popular franchise, Dragonball Evolution: Z Edition is a non-stop action thrill ride centered on a humanoid alien named Goku, who tries to fulfill the wish of his dying grandfather by collecting all seven of the world’s mystical Dragonballs with the help of the great Master Roshi. It’s a race against time against the evil Lord Piccolo, who is trying to use the Dragonballs to take over the world.

From graphic novels, to a long-running television series and more than 25 video games that have sold over 10 million copies, Dragonball is a global franchise that remains hugely successful. The Blu-ray Disc and DVD contain eight deleted scenes, featurettes, gag reels, a music video and much more. You can purchase the DVD from for only $19.99 by clicking here. You can purchase the Blu-ray disc, which also includes the digital copy of the film and an exclusive scavenger hunt game called “Goku’s Quest”, for only $25.99 by clicking here. You can watch a trailer of the film below: