WWE Stars Share Their Worst Travel Stories, Update On WWE's Upcoming Music DVD, Total Divas

- The official WWE website caught up with WWE Superstars to find out their worst travel stories, including The Miz's ride through a blizzard, Cody Rhodes' messy trip with Randy Orton, and The Brooklyn Brawler's confrontation with an unruly passenger. Natalya remembered Icelandic volcano Eyjafjallaj"kull wreaking havoc on the final legs of the two-week post-WrestleMania XXVI tour in 2010.

"My travel day from hell was on an International Tour when we got stuck over in Europe," Natalya recalls. "We were heading to Switzerland but we couldn't get out because there was a volcano. There was ash in the air and they wouldn't let planes fly out of most of Europe. We got stuck there for a week. We couldn't do anything until the ash cleared. Every airport, practically, in Europe was shut down. So we had to stay there and just hang out for a week. And we nearly missed Monday Night Raw, which is unheard of. They were saying that the ash wouldn't clear and it could take up to a month to clear. When we finally, finally, finally made it home, I literally kissed the ground of the JFK airport."

The full article is available here.

- As reported recently, WWE has plans to release a single-disc DVD highlighting the promotion's greatest music. The video now has a name as according to WrestlingDVDNews.com, it will be called Signature Sounds: The Music of WWE.

Featuring twenty-five tracks and interviews with WWE composer Jim Johnston, it is scheduled for release on March 18, 2014. The synopsis is as follows: "Music has been integral in WWE history, especially anthems for all the greatest WWE Superstars. Since Sgt. Slaughter first made his entrance to the Marine Corp hymn in the early 80?s music themes have become synonymous with the Superstars themselves. Just hearing the first few notes brings the crowd to their feet. They are the songs that let the WWE Universe know that business is about to pick up. Now, get behind the music and learn the inside story behind the timeless anthems of WWE and the Superstars."

- E! Canada will be airing marathons of Total Divas on December 26 and 27 from 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 a.m.


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