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- As noted before, WWE will release “nWo: The Revolution” via DVD and Blu-ray on November 6th. An early preview on WWEDVDNews.com reveals that WWE interviewed Lex Luger and Vince Russo, among others, for the DVD. There are other new interviews but a lot of the footage, including comments from Hulk Hogan and Scott Hall, were taken from WWE’s previous release on the nWo.

In an item that wasn’t previously reported when we posted the content listing, the Blu-ray version will include several of the “paid for by the nWo” skits that aired from 1997 to 1999.

- We noted before that top independent wrestler Pac has arrived in WWE developmental and wrestled Dean Ambrose at Friday night’s NXT live event in West Palm Beach. Pac’s first match actually came on October 24th in Orlando as he teamed with Trent Baretta to lose to the team of Max Bauer and Corey Graves.

The new ring name WWE developmental officials have given Pac is Ben Sacilly. His real name is Ben Satterly.

  • Nate

    I just want to see Ambrose come in and hit someone with a chair.
    Maddox, Ryback, AJ…

    ANYONE!

    God I hope they bring him in soon!

  • anghellic1

    Whats with all the generic names nowadays??

  • http://facebook.com/manicwrestler MaNic

    it dont matter who this guy is everything time i see pac , i think x-pac , syxx pac , dude needs a new name.

  • scooter

    @CC
    Whilst I agree to an extent the one thing Pac has above a lot of other cruiserweights is his physique. The guy looks amazing nowadays and probably played a part in why he got signed after being on the scene for so long.

  • cc

    Have seen Pac many times at indy shows in the UK and hope he makes it in WWE, but like other cruiserweights, I dont see them utilising him properly. I will say though, that the name Pac never excited me, so changing it for WWE isnt something that will upset me.

  • ice-cream bar superstar

    Russo will no doubt take credit for creating the nwo even though he was working for wwf when they formed.

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