— As a reminder, The Miz will be on Conan O’Brian’s show this Thursday.
— “Slammy Awards” was trending earlier Monday on Twitter.
— Tickets for the 2012 Royal Rumble go on sale this Saturday.
— Memphis legend “Superstar” Bill Dundee has released his official autobiography If You Don’t Want The Answer, Don’t Ask The Question. The book is co-written by Mark James, the man who has worked on several Memphis territory-related books. The official synopsis is here: The amazing life story from professional wrestling’s “Superstar”, is one that has to be read to be believed. From his humble beginnings in Scotland to his taking a chance and heading off to the great unknown of Australia, it’s all here. His final stop would take him to the United States and his best chance for stardom. The book covers Bill’s amazing life and times. This book is written directly from Bill’s own words. To say Bill is opinionated is an understatement. He has always been a straight shooter and continues to be that way today. The book comes from not only Bill’s own words but from his own collection of photos from his entire life. It’s a ride not meant to be missed. Mark James, co-author and editor for If You Don’t Want The Answer, Don’t Ask The Question says, “When I help people do their autobiography, it seems I have to crawl in their brain to get their story out. Bill’s story was easy because he remembers so much about his 40 years in pro wrestling, as well as his entire life. Bill was tired of people getting half, or none of the story right. It was a pleasure to help Bill document his life’s story and get it out to the public, his fans.” As a teenager in 1950’s Scotland, Bill Dundee would head out with his Grandfather to do a little illegal poaching before heading to school in the mornings. At the age of seventeen, Bill set sail and into the great unknown of Australia. Soon he was working for the circus before getting his break in pro wrestling and knowing that it was what he was meant to do. Knowing that the only place to get rich in wrestling would take another huge change, Bill went to America in 1974. To quote Bill, “The rest as they say is history.”