— WWE has a house show scheduled for Everett, Washington on October 5th.
— Lilian Garcia’s new, extended play (EP) album will be officially released on August 19, the same date as SummerSlam and the SmackDown ring announcer’s birthday.
The six track follow-up to her 2007 premiere album, ¡Quiero Vivir, will be primarily English based, with five of the songs being produced by Grammy-Nominated Producer Oh, Hush! and one by Grammy-Award winners George Noriega and Tim Mitchell. Among the tracks will be a remake of Coldplay’s “Fix You.”
“It’s really exciting for me to be back with the WWE Universe,” Garcia says. “They have always embraced me musically, whether with the honor of singing ‘America the Beautiful’ or integrating the next big step in my music career.”
— The New Age Outlaws—”Road Dogg” Jesse James and “Bad***” Billy Gunn—made their much anticipated return to WWE on Monday’s historic 1,000th RAW episode as part of a D-Generation reunion with Shawn Michaels and Triple H. The five-time WWE Tag Team Champions of The World spoke to WWE.com about their big night.
“To hear that. The people out there were unbelievable,” Gunn says of the crowd response. James adds that “it was electric.”
When asked whether they could have imagined the reunion taking place, both adamantly say “No.” James continues, “When they put us together, many moons ago, we had no idea it was going to stick. Thank God it did and we have been down many dark roads and we’ve come out shining like new money.”
James and Gunn also noted that they will always be degenerates at heart. You can view the full video interview by clicking here.