-- Mikey Whipwreck turns 39 years old today.

-- The AWA returns to ESPN Classic tonight. Matches listed for the 9:30PM ET show include the following…

* Shawn Michaels vs. Buddhakhan

* Scott Hall vs. Doug Somers

* Jerry Blackwell vs. Boris Zhukov

-- The UWF returns at 10:30 PM ET, featuring the following..

* Black Knight in action

* Danny Spivey vs. Brian Blair

* Jay Strongbow in action

* David Sammartino vs. Col. DeBeers

And then at midnight, another edition of AWA airs, but no matches are listed for the show.

-- Adam Pearce has released a hype video for his "Seven Levels of Hate" series with Colt Cabana for the NWA Championship. The second match takes place on Friday in Bridgewater, Mass. at the New England Championship Wrestling show, and is a Boston Street Fight. NWA Champion Colt Cabana won the First Blood match that opened the series.

-- CHIKARA sent the following: This week on the ever-lovin' Go-Go, Gavin Loudspeaker gets you all caught up as Season 11 rolls on full force! We take a look back at our April stop in Rahway, NJ with Mixed Martial Archie, Mr. Touchdown, and a clip of atomico action!

-- Here are the latest details on the Brian Kendrick & Paul London's Bogus Journey DVD. Production is complete, and will be released when Highspots receives 250 pre-orders. This is being done due to the sheer amount of piracy out there hurting sales of their original productions. Here is the preview information for the DVD…

Two full years after the most honest and outrageous interview we ever conducted, we sat down again with Brian Kendrick and Paul London to catch up with what they've been doing, how they've been and get their thoughts on the state of the industry in 2012.

This is a very different interview from London & Kendrick's Excellent Adventures. We go much deeper into the psyche of both guys and get their thoughts on the business in far greater depth than before. The boys are just as honest as ever but this time they are clear minded, insightful and thought provoking.

But make no mistake they still hold nothing back and express their thoughts with brutal honesty! Hear about the night they thought about shooting on HHH on live TV. Hear Paul's thoughts on CM Punk, who he calls the "HHH of Ring of Honor."

Did they get any negative feedback from people in the industry after their first interview? Has anyone tried to shut them up? Nobody tells it like it is quite like Paul London and Brian Kendrick and it makes some people in the business uncomfortable to know that more of their dirt and their truths are going to come out with the release of Volume Two.

Topics convered include:

Brian's thoughts on TNA. Incredible insight here as he compares how the X division guys are treated versus how WWE treated the cruiserweights, the emphasis both place on tag-teams, who are the people backstage killing TNA, morale under Hogan and Bischoff and thoughts on others in the office. Paul and Brian compared themselves to background players in WWE, find out if Kendrick considered himself a main character in TNA and if not, who he feels is responsible. Get the scoop on why London and Kendrick didn't go to TNA together and much more. This is some of the best and most honest insight into the TNA locker room we've ever captured in an interview!

London talks about viral marketing and using social media to promote yourself. He did it first, now find out his thoughts on others like Zack Ryder who have taken the ball and ran with it.

Thoughts on their runs in PWG and Dragon Gate USA including thoughts on the Young Bucks, Jon Moxley, Teddy Hart and others they ran across. The usually happy go lucky duo has some harsh words for young guys in the business who don't respect the veterans and name specific instances you won't believe!

Thoughts on WWE re-doing the summer of Punk angle last year, as well as Paul's detailed account of why he and Punk never got along. No one has ever unloaded on Punk like this in a shoot interview before to our knowledge. Paul goes so far as to call him the "HHH of Ring of Honor" and explains precisely why he feels that way.

Thoughts on Punk and Dragon being champions in WWE at the same time. What sets them apart from other run of the mill indy guys. Is it their ability or do they play the political...