– Courtesy of WrestlingDVDNews.com, below is the new synopsis for WWE’s Brothers of Destruction DVD and Blu-ray that hits North America in October:
“The saga of Undertaker and Kane has taken many sordid twists since the inferno that left their souls forever charred. The combustible combo has buried their deep-seeded rivalry on several occasions, always close enough to the surface to ignite at the touch of a spark. Still, their blood bond makes them an indomitable force in the ring. And every so often, old wounds close up long enough to unite WWE’s darkest duo under one common purpose – destruction.
In this DVD, see the Brothers of Destruction scorch their path of wreckage through WWE. Seven devastating matches against some of the greatest tag teams of the new millennium are presented in their entirety. Witness WWE’s most volatile Superstars, The Deadman and the Devil’s Favourite Demon, on the same page before they tear each other apart once again!”
– Tonight’s WWE Main Event and SmackDown tapings take place from the US Airways Center in Phoenix, AZ. Confirmed for Main Event is Erick Rowan vs. Big Show and set for SmackDown is Rob Van Dam vs. Randy Orton. Other stars advertised for tonight’s tapings include John Cena, Triple H, Roman Reigns, Seth Rollins, Dean Ambrose and Kane.
– Diva-Dirt’s new interview with former WWE Diva Kaitlyn can be heard at this link. She talks about her experience on WWE NXT, her friendship and feud with AJ Lee, Total Divas, working with Stephanie McMahon and more.
Regarding the Total Divas vs. True Divas match at Survivor Series 2013, she said: “It was totally a mess. I felt very insulted.”
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