Sting And Owen Hart WWE Documentary Updates, Mick Foley Eats Sunday Dinner With Fans, RAW - Twitter

- Monday's RAW ranked #2 among non-sporting events for the night in Nielsen's Twitter TV ratings, behind Dancing with the Stars. RAW had a unique audience of 1.121 million, which represents the number of Twitter accounts that commented on the show. This is down from last week's 1.130 million. RAW had total impressions of 8.387 million, which represents the number of times the show was tweeted about. This was up from last week's 8.108 million impressions.

- WrestlingDVDNetwork.com reports that WWE's "Sting: Into The Light" DVD and Blu-ray that comes out next month will feature a documentary that's 1 hour and 16 minutes long. There will also be 30 minutes of documentary-like "Stories" in addition to the main feature and the compilation of matches.

Regarding the "Owen: Hart of Gold" DVD and Blu-ray for Owen Hart that comes out in December, WrestlingDVDNetwork.com confirms that the documentary portion will run 1 hour and 11 minutes with an additional 45 minutes of "Stories" with talents talking about Owen. As noted, that set also features matches and the "RAW Is Owen" tribute videos.

- Mick Foley made a convention appearance in Blackpool, England this weekend and accepted an invitation from a family of fans to have dinner at their home on Sunday. Here is a photo of Foley with the kids of the family:


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