– Roy sent the following:
Here are Stone Cold September on WWE Classics on Demand info/matches – The Texas Rattlesnake strikes WWE Classics On Demand during “Stone Cold September” – a month of exciting programming featuring the one-and-only Stone Cold Steve Austin. In “Legends”, it’s the debut of the 2009 WWE Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony headlined by Stone Cold, available for the first time on television in its entirety including exclusive behind-the-scenes footage. In “The Big Ones”, Stone Cold main events two (2) classic shows. At SummerSlam ’98, the Texas Rattlesnake defends the WWE Championship against The Undertaker, while Triple H and The Rock battle for the Intercontinental title in a Ladder Match. At WCW Clash of the Champions XXIII features Austin in Tag Team action as part of the Hollywood Blonds with Brian Pillman as they defends the WCW World Tag Team Championship against “Nature Boy” Ric Flair and Arn Anderson. In “TV Classics”, see Stone Cold at his best with four (4) rarely-seen shows selected specifically to highlight Austin at various stages in his legendary career: (1) On WCW World Wide, Stone Cold challenges Bobby Eaton for the World TV Title; (2) In ECW, Austin competes for the World Championship in a Triangle Match; (3) On WWE Shotgun Saturday Night, Stone Cold squares off with fellow 2009 Hall of Fame inductee, Terry Funk, in a wild barroom brawl; ((4) In 2003, Austin takes charge during a wild night on Raw, which includes Goldberg battling Christian. Then in “Shorties”, the Texas Rattlesnake proves he can strike at any time, with a collection of Stone Cold’s Most Stunning Stunners.
– Several top WWE RAW Superstars will appear at the SmackDown tapings in Phoenix, Arizona on Tuesday, August 25th. The U.S. Airways Center website lists John Cena, Triple H, Shawn Michaels, Randy Orton, Cody Rhodes, Ted DiBiase, Evan Bourne and Mark Henry for next week’s SmackDown show.
– Randy Orton’s wife Samantha was sitting front row at last night’s RAW in St. Louis with some friends. Speaking of RAW, there was no dark main event last night. John Cena ended up hitting Big Show with an Attitude Adjuster to end the show.