Partial Source: The Wrestling Observer
-- Sikk.tv is now streaming two documentaries about pro wrestling, The Shooting Range and Backyard Criminals. Michael Moody made The Shooting Range before he made 101 Reasons Not To Be A Pro Wrestler or New Jack: Hardcore. It features interviews and backstage footage of wrestlers like Konnan, The Sandman, Vampiro, Chris Hamrick, Vic Grimes and New Jack. The documentary received many positive reviews. It will be hosted exclusively through Sikk.TV and will not be available on the Youtube service. The 2002 production Backyard Criminals is also featured, and it stars WWE's Josh Mathews.
-- Hulk Hogan isn't the only one with a birthday today. As we noted earlier, he turns 59 today. Former ECW referee/manager Bill Alfonso turns 55.
-- Brodus Clay and his dancers Naomi and Cameron will appear at the Gulf Coast Mitsubishi dealership in North Gulfport, Mississippi this afternoon at 4pm.
-- Speaking of the Funkasaurus, WWE officials have high hopes for his program with Damien Sandow as both men are looked at as having a ton of potential. Their matches at live events have been getting great feedback and there is hope that it will be a good match at SummerSlam next Sunday night.
-- Trendrr reports that Friday's episode of WWE SmackDown from Houston went above the 100,000 mark in social media activity for the first time this year. The show hit a 106,648, up 25% from last week's show. It was #4 on cable TV behind NBC's Olympics coverage.