– You can download the latest John Layfield & Michael Cole radio show at this link. In this episode they discuss Thanksgiving travel nightmares, war games with China, the BCS and lots more.
– Mickie James is celebrating 15 years in the pro wrestling business. She posted the following on Facebook:
“I just realized November is over… So I feel the need to reminisce… The 1st time I ever stepped into a ring was Nov 98′! In Manassas VA at a little school called KYDAPro. My 1st day of training I was learning the basics in a boxing ring that felt like cement. In the back of a martial arts center I fell in love with this crazy business & 15yrs later I couldn’t be any more in love. Through it all… The ups & downs & all arounds… The journey has molded me into who I am today! Not just in that squared circle but in life. I was born a fighter… It’s all I know… It’s all I’ll ever be! I want to thank all of you for being on this crazy road with me and supporting me in everything I do. Both in the ring and rocking the stage the last few years. I couldn’t be where I am and who I am without you alls loving support! I can’t truly express my gratitude for it. I just do my very best every time I’m in that beautiful spotlight. I thank you for giving me the chance to do that. Love ya Gang!”
– In an update from earlier, the WWE Hell In a Cell and Battleground pay-per-views did an average of 167,000 buys each, or 334,000 combined buys worldwide. With Hell In a Cell topping 205,000 worldwide buys, Battleground did somewhere in the 125-130,000 range. We will have exact breakdowns later.
Partial source: F4Wonline.com
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