-- Following being threatened with a lawsuit by the copyright owners of XPW, MEXPW in California has changed their name to MEXPRO.
-- Notinthehalloffame.com has an interview up with Marty Jannetty, discussing why he thinks that WWE is only helping recreational drug users and not those who beat their body up in a WWE ring. You can check that out at http://www.notinthehalloffame.com/
-- On May 5th, Amazing Red and Brian XL's House of Glory wrestling school will host their first live event in Ridgewood, Queens. The event features Brian Kendrick vs. Red, Jay Lethal vs. XL, The Young Bucks vs. Azrieal & Bandido Jr., and Quiet Storm vs. Ricky Reyes. More details are available at http://www.houseofgloryonline.com/
-- Going forward, Homicide will be very hands on with Jersey All Pro Wrestling. On April14th the promotion holds their anniversary event as part of a double header with CHIAKRA. Scheduled for the show is the following…
* Dan Maff vs. Low Ki for the vacant JAPW title
* Homicide & Eddie Kingston vs. Philly's Most Wanted for vacant JAPW Tag Team championship
* 6 Best Of The Lightheavyweights: Azrieal vs. Devon Moore vs. Bandido Jr. vs. Ricky Reyes vs. Pinkie Sanchez vs. Archadia
* Warriors Of Wrestling Heavyweight champion Jason Kross vs Jasin Karloff
* Mia Yim vs. Kimber Lee
* The Dirty Rotten Scoundrelz vs. Southside Players Club
* The Midight Sensations vs. Glitz N Glamour
-- Marklin Foster sent this one in: The other day I was playing around with my mother-iin-law's new LG smart-enabled 3D tv. There is a free 3D app called 3D World (not sure if that app is widely available or just on LG tv's). It has a bunch of free 3D content, some cartoons and history stuff, 3D tours of famous cities, etc. In the sports section there was a video of pro wrestling. I forget what the title of it was but after starting it you see that it is of New Japan Pro Wrestling. The opening shots are of the crowd entering the arena then of some workers warming up, bouncing off ropes, etc. One really cool shot was of a worker just sitting in the ring corner and the bottom rope coming at you looked really neat. The 3D rendering was done very well. I didn't get to watch more than a couple minutes and not any actual in-ring wrestling but I liked what I saw and thought I'd share with you guys. If you have a smart 3D TV it could be worth going out of your way to check out.