- WWE Hall Of Famer Bret "The Hitman" Hart recently called into "Big Poppa & Banna" on KISS-FM in Utica, NY, which you can listen to in the video above. During the interview, "The Hitman" talked about who he would have liked to have worked with. He mentioned John Cena, Randy Orton, Daniel Bryan, Kevin Owens and CM Punk. He noted that WWE has not been able to find someone to fill Punk's shoes.
- WWE Hall of Famer Scott Hall will be appearing at Absolute Intense Wrestling's Keep the Change, You Filthy Animal event in Cleveland, OH on December 18th at 7:30 p.m. at Our Lady of Mount Caramel. You can get more information at aiwrestling.com.
- Bill Goldberg was recently interviewed by The Huffington Post to promote his new movie, Check Point, which is about a group of military veterans who battle a terrorist cell that is operating out of their hometown. During the interview, Goldberg talked about the terrorist attacks in Paris last week.
"The new age of terrorism isn't on the battlefield, it's in your own backyard," Goldberg said. "Whether it's at a concert in France or a restaurant in the United States, terrorism doesn't have to happen in a military installation by any stretch of the imagination.
"The events over the last weekend have made it clear terrorism is truly a reality for us all. It can happen anywhere, in a setting that is not militarized."
Philip "Philly Phil" DiGiulio contributed to this article.