Hacksaw in the WWE Hall of Fame?, Indy Show Draws More Than TNA, XFL

– This Thursday, February 3rd, marks the 10th anniversary since Vince McMahon launched the XFL. The failed football league folded after it’s first season.



– A Southern All-Star Wrestling independent show at the Nashville Fairgrounds last night headlined by WWE Hall of Famer Jerry Lawler vs. Bill Dundee reportedly drew 1,700 paid fans. In comparison, TNA’s recent farewell tribute show at the Fairgrounds only drew 900 fans.

Dutch Mantell special refereed the match that saw Lawler defeat his longtime rival in a 16 minute match with the piledriver.

– For what it’s worth, Mark Fuller and Trevor Gray sent word that Hacksaw Jim Duggan was telling fans at an autograph signing with Carlito in Glenn Falls, New York this weekend that he was going into the WWE Hall of Fame this year.

Duggan is rumored for tonight’s WWE Royal Rumble pay-per-view.

Partial source: F4Wonline.com

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