-- NBC Chicago interviewed Colt Cabana to talk about his role as the owner of a small business (that being his wrestling career) and the importance of social media in business.
-- Poststar.com reports that the autograph dealer who was falsely advertising signings with Edge, The Ultimate Warrior and others now has a warrant issued for his arrest. The man's name is Donald Brenson and after he failed to appear to answer charges of grand larceny and allegations of false advertising, closed up shop and left. He left several customers in the lurch and made off with signed balls and other items.
-- Crossfire Wrestling is holding a TV taping tomorrow in Nashville, Tennessee. Scheduled to appear are Roddy Piper, Colt Cabana, Matt Hardy, Carlito, Cassidy Riley, Kid Kash, Jerry Lynn, Ricky Morton and many more.