— There is a LIVE STREAM from Awesome Kong’s IPhone at https://qik.com/video/4534305#qik She is at Ed Chumans funeral.

— Cover art for the WWE The Music: Volume 10 – A New Day album has been released. You can view the cover and listen to samples of all fourteen tracks at https://bit.ly/61Mh48 The album will be exclusive released via download next Tuesday on Amazon.com. Tracks featured on WWE The Music: Volume 10 – A New Day include the WWE theme songs of Bret Hart, The Miz, Ezekiel Jackson, Legacy, Dolph Ziggler, Christian, Sheamus, Tiffany, Evan Bourne, Primo, Zack Ryder, The Hart Dynasty, The Bella Twins and Jerishow.

— Dolph Ziggler has joined the social networking site Twitter as his account can be reached at https://twitter.com/RealZiggler The SmackDown! Superstar has already posted several quirky tweets, many of which expressing his love for Chipotle.

— The Bella Twins give the playoff picks for the NFL Conference Championship games at WWE.com.

— Jaime Hensley sent this along: I wanted to let you know that The Rock, Dwayne Johnson, was RadioBigBoy – a syndicated radio show. He mentioned how he keeps in touch with Vince McMahon and are in talks for him to Guest Host Raw. Nothing new but it does confirm even more his eventual Raw appearance. You can check out some news from his visit on RadioBigBoy.com.

— The following press release was sent out today, announcing that Mickie James is an official member of The American Society of Composers?


(Nashville, TN) ? Mickie James, one of the WWE’s? (World Wrestling Entertainment) top female competitors, announced today the signing of her ASCAP membership. ASCAP Senior Vice President Connie Bradley and Nashville Director of Membership Relations Mike Sistad were on hand as James signed off on her affiliation with the organization. James co-wrote with Nashville songwriters on several of the cuts scheduled for inclusion on her debut album. James and producer Kent Wells expect the project to reach completion this week, with the album’s first single impacting radio in February. The full album is currently projected for a March, 2010 release.