– Booker T revealed on Twitter that he will be hosting a new King of the Ring themed DVD set for WWE later this month. He added that he will be hosting it as King Bookah.
– Regarding WWE keeping Gail Kim around until her contract expires, one source reports that it expires later this month.
– It’s been confirmed that WWE’s upcoming feature on Steve Austin will be in both Blu-ray and DVD formats, with a November 29th release. The DVD edition will have 3 discs while the Blu-ray edition will be 2 discs. Austin recently mentioned on Twitter something about a 4 or 5 disc set but so far that’s not listed on WWE’s schedule.
Below is the synopsis for the set, courtesy of WWEDVDNews:
“He’s one of the most popular Superstars in the history of sports-entertainment, with a resume that includes six WWE Championship reigns, three Royal Rumble victories, a King of the Ring Championship, and an unprecedented run of raising hell throughout WWE. Stone Cold Steve Austin continues to be both popular and controversial, with the recent success of Tough Enough, his highly anticipated appearances on WWE Raw, and his continued movie career, the Texas Rattlesnake is still a pop culture force, and there has never been a comprehensive biography done until now. Stone Cold Steve Austin looks at the life and career of Austin, and includes exclusive, never-before-seen interviews with Austin and many of his in-ring rivals.”
Partial source: F4Wonline.com
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