– Steve Austin was asked by a fan on his podcast yesterday if he would get Vince McMahon on the show. Austin said that Vince is interested in doing the show in the future and that they’re looking to find a mutually viable time to record an interview. The interviews for the podcast generally run 1-3 hours.
– As noted earlier, Mick Foley’s new comic book series hits comic book stores today with WWE Superstars #1. You can find a comic shop to get his new comics and other WWE collectibles at comicshoplocator.com. ComicsAlliance has a positive review for the book, calling it “ridiculously entertaining,” at this link.
– DK Publishing sent out the following press release for the upcoming WWE 50 book, which hits stores at the end of March:
WWE® and DK Celebrate 50 Years of WWE History
INDIANAPOLIS, Dec. 11, 2013 — DK Publishing is pleased to reveal WWE 50, celebrating 50 years of WWE history. WWE 50 delivers an unprecedented and in-depth look into the story of global entertainment powerhouse, WWE. With a multitude of interviews and imagery from all eras, no stone is left unturned as DK Publishing traces the evolution of the company from a regional promotion to a global pop-culture phenomenon.
Learn the real story behind all the key events in WWE history:
— WWE’s split from the National Wrestling Alliance
— The sale of WWE to Vince McMahon by his father
— WWE’s national expansion
— Innovations of WrestleMania, Raw, SmackDown, Survivor Series and more
— Triumph in the Monday Night Wars
— Taking WWE public
Plus, get an inside glimpse into today’s WWE as it prepares for another 50 years of nonstop family-friendly entertainment. From the creators of the WWE Encyclopedia, WWE 50 gives you the inside knowledge to become the ultimate WWE fan.
Dave Barrie contributed to this article.