Saturday, July 07, 2007

The Wrestleline Report-Saturday

Insanity Pro Wrestling presents "Heatstroke" tonight at the Fountain Square Salvation Army gynasium, 1337 S. Shelby St. in Indianapolis. Doors open at 6 PM and belltime is at 7 PM. On the card:

Carlton Kaz vs. Indiana Kidd for the IPW Grand Championship

Dave Crist vs. Vortekz for the IPW Junior-Heavyweight Championship

Billy Roc vs. Jon Moxley for the IPW Mid-American Championship

Botch vs. PT Hustla

Hillbilly Jedd vs. Osyrus

Faith in Nothing vs. Hex Gage and "Simply Spectacular" Dave Davidson of The C.O.C.

The Thunderdragons vs. The Mavericks

Louis Linaris vs. Jake Crist vs. Diehard vs. Dustin Rayz

also OMG and Ryan Rich will be in action!

check out www.insanityprowrestling.com for more details!

The recently released ECW diva Trinity is involved with the new Indiana Jones movie. She is doing stunt work for the film.

Former ECW diva Ariel (Shelly Martinez) is taking independent bookings under the name "Koffin Kitten."

Jerry Lawler stated in a recent tv interview in Memphis that steroid use in wrestling is actually rare.

Along with Bret Hart, John Cena will also be a guest on Larry King Live on Monday night

The family of Nancy Benoit has started a foundation for battered women and children in memory of Nancy and Daniel Benoit. Any gifts or donations can be sent to the following:

The Nancy and Daniel Benoit Foundation for Battered Women and Abused Children
c/o Decker, Hallman, Barber and Briggs
260 Peachtree St. Suite 1700
Atlanta, GA 30303

Kevin Nash's recently limited released movie "DOA: Dead or Alive" opened on 6/15 and took in $260,713, and appears in the movie as the main character. The movie cost $21 million to make.

There is a lot of heat on both Ron Killings and Konnan for their recent departures from TNA. Both men still owe the company money for surgeries, and Konnan had a valid contract and just walked out right before an already written tv taping. There were threats of legal action being taken.

Frank Wycheck received a lot of praise for how he handled himself in and out of the ring at the Slammiversary ppv.

My thoughts and prayers go out to Mike Tenay and his family, as his 43 year old brother in law recently passed away.

Recent TNA attendance figures:

6/21 in Hyannic, MA drew 650.

6/22 in Cohasset, MA drew 500.

6/23 in Lincoln, RI drew 1,000.

6/24 in Hampton Beach, NH did 713.

credit: gerweck.net