-- Larry Sharpe's wrestling school, The Monster Factory, will be a part of a new wrestling reality show. PBR Productions will film a pilot episode based on student try-outs on May 12 at the school in New Jersey. The press release states that "one participant who shines the most will be offered a partial scholarship." You can contact Larry Sharpe at (609) 381-9164 or email 4MonsterFactory@gmail.org . More info on tryouts at the wrestling school can be found by contacting Corey Armideo at (302) 753-2179 or email Pbrproductions@gmail.com.
-- The Royal Gazette in Bermuda posted about JBL's "Beyond Rugby" program. The first season finishes up with next Sunday's "Beyond Rugby Bermuda School Championship". JBL is hoping to increase awareness for next season's program. He said the program helped break down tribal barriers, encouraged children to behave better and brought families together.
-- According to The Gulf Coast Business Review, Hulk Hogan only got about 25% of his original asking price for the Hogan Family Mansion that appeared in the Hogan Knows Best reality show. The final sales price was $6.2 million, down from the $25 million original asking price. When asked about the sale price having to do with the house being a part of the reality show, realtor Martha Thorne had the following to say….
"It doesn't make a difference at all. The price is just indicative of the market."