— Bret Hart is set to make an appearance at the Revolution Pro Wrestling (RPW) event today in London, England. He will be joined by Colt Cabana, Davey Richards, Doug Williams and Tanahashi. You can find more information here.
— SLAM! Wrestling has published a review of WWE’s Goldberg: The Ultimate Collection DVD and Blu-ray, which the columnist labels “all action, no words.”
“The great question heading into this review was whether or not the Goldberg: The Ultimate Collection would at least contain some interview clips with Bill Goldberg that would provide some insight on his career,” states Matthew Byer. “Unfortunately, there are absolutely none and that is really a shame because Goldberg in the late 1990s was at times rivaling Steve Austin in terms of popularity.”
— Former ECW Champion Justin Credible has published a new column online. Credible talks about about Monday’s WWE Raw including Cody Rhodes and Goldust winning the Tag Team Champion, Shawn Michaels, Hell in a Cell, among other topics. This week Justin Credible talks about promotion on his Pro Wrestling 101 video series. Here is an excerpt from his article:
“I like the HBK involvement, because of the history between all the participants, including HHH. Would be really cool to see HBK get involved and could you imagine a match including HHH & HBK for Survivor Series. Their is always a possibility.
“The Main Event on Raw was a No DQ match for the Tag Titles with Tag Champs The Shield vs The Rhodes. It was a great TV match. I enjoyed it as much as anything in a while. First off, they beat the hell out of each other. I mean it was physical. I got sore watching the match. It was back and forth action, with 2 sets of heat. Finally Cody made the last comeback, and as JR says business picked up. After a ton of outside stuff, Dean Ambrose got involved. After a sick spear on Goldust, thru the barricades, Big Show came out of the crowd, knocked out all three men. After that 1 2 3 we have new Tag Team Champions, The Rhodes boys. Great stuff at the end. HHH came down, and went nuts, as Show stood in the crowd doing Bryan’s Yes gimmick. Exciting ending to a good Monday Night Raw. Makes me want to buy HIAC.”