-- Antonio DeGaetano sent this one in: Kane appeared on the Lew Rockwell Show yesterday, talking mostly about politics and libertarianism. The podcast (as well as archives of his previous appearances) can be found here: click here.
-- As noted yesterday here on the website, industry site The Numbers notes that WWE's The Marine sold 89,254 units in its first two weeks of release. It also sold 14,000 Blu-ray copies in its first week. For more, click here.
-- Brian Soscia sent this one along:
http://bit.ly/101Pivc for the entire interview.
WWE Superstar Dolph Ziggler (@HEELZiggler) called Brian Soscia (@THEBrianSoscia) to talk about this Saturday's WWE Smackdown event in Reading,Pa. You can still get your tickets at the Sovereign Center box office or at TicketMaster.com.
We talk about his recent title win, cashing in Money in the Bank, his emotions during the show, before he went out, how he felt walking down the isle and what went through his mind after he won. He also goes on to talk about who was backstage to greet him after his big win. He then channels his his post match celebration and what it was like the next day. From there we talk about his new entrance and why he chose to wear the title backwards. Then we get into people such as JBL say it is dis-respectful to wear the title backwards. This seems to strike a nerve with Ziggler and he speaks about why he is the furthest thing from being disrespectful to the wrestling business. We then switch gears and talk about how often he dies his hair an if he does it himself. We also touch on Balls Mahoney and get Dolph's comment of Mahoney being banned from the state of NJ in amateur wrestling. All of this plus much!