- In the video above, WWE Hall of Famer Ric Flair hypes his appearance for the June 7th Legends of Wrestling event at Citi Field in Queens, NY. Scott Steiner, Bret Hart, Goldberg, Mr. Anderson, Rob Van Dam and many others are also scheduled for the show. For tickets visit METS.com/wrestling.
- Speaking of Goldberg, he will be appearing at the Dallas Fan Expo this Sunday. Fans will have the chance to take a photo with Goldberg as well as to get his autograph. Talent agent and producer Louis "Uncle Louie" Gregory will also host a Q&A panel where fans can ask Goldberg their questions. Attendance to the Q&A is is free with admission. You can get more information at FanExpoDallas.com. We would appreciate a report for the Q&A, so if you are attending it, please send us a report by clicking here.
- WWE Hall of Famer Mick Foley will be taking his one man show to Iowa over the next week. He will be performing tonight and Saturday in Council Bluffs, Sunday in Des Moines, Monday in Cedar Rapids, Tuesday in Sioux City, Wednesday in Northwood and Thursday in Cedar Falls. You can get more information for each show or purchase tickets at realmickfoley.com/events/.
- The Globe Gazette has an article here about Foley's show at the Diamond Jo Casino in Northwood, IA next Wednesday.
- Scott Fishman of The Miami Herald has anew article here with comments from former WWE Divas Molly Holly and Ivory from WrestleMania weekend. Holly worked with 2015 WWE Hall of Fame inductee Madusa as valets for Randy Savage in WCW, and talked about Madusa's induction.
"I talked to Nattie [Natalya] a little bit, and I complimented her inducting Madusa," Holly said. "It's about time. She really paved the way for me. To be able to be there, and she did such an awesome job with her speech. I thought it was great."
- FiveThirtyEight and ESPN Films' digital shorts series Signals released Shock The World this week, which looks at how WWE Hall of Famer Jesse "The Body" Ventura went from professional wrestler to Minnesota Governor in 1998. In the film, directed by Zak Knutson, Ventura tells the story, which includes archival wrestling footage, political analysts and the clever ads that helped him get elected as an independent. You can watch it in the video below.