— According to Tampa Bay Online, the autopsy results for Mike Graham are in and they confirm that he committed suicide. The report states that Graham used a .22-caliber revolver to shoot himself in the left forehead. The report also stated that Graham was legally drunk when he committed suicide. Graham’s blood-alcohol level was 0.259, which is more than three times the legal limit of 0.08.
According to Graham’s wife, Diane Marie Hamilton, Graham had “threatened to commit suicide” over the past two years. Graham’s son committed suicide two years ago during Biketoberfest, and his father committed suicide in January 1985.
— Former ROH champion Nigel McGuiness is listed as “Nazi Soldier 1” in the new Puppet Master: Axis Rising film. Since ending his in ring career, McGuiness has been looking into getting into acting.
— Newsday has an article on Jake Roberts being helped by DDP’s Yoga program at this link.
— Larry Legend, a Northeast-based ring announcer, appeared today on The Price is Right and ended up winning the entire Showcase Showdown, including a vacation, a boat and more.
— Pro Wrestling Revolution sent out the following today…
Pro Wrestling Revolution set to debut on KMCE TV43 Fight Night!
SAN JOSE, CA – Pro Wrestling Revolution has come to agreement with Azteca America KMCE TV43 to begin airing its show – Uprising – weekly, starting in December. The half-hour show features premier lucha libre talent, including Blue Demon Jr., La Migra’s® Oliver John , La Parka, KAFU, Mascara Sagrada, El Mariachi™, Lady Apache, and many more!
The premier episode of Uprising – airing December 8th at midnight – will showcase a classic Lucha Libre Minis Match, featuring from “Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre” (CMLL) Pequeño Pierroth vs. Ultimo Dragoncito! Pro Wrestling Revolution will bring the action directly to viewers homes, on Azteca America TV43 in Monterey, Salinas and Santa Cruz counties.
“We’re increasing the international profile of Lucha Libre by bringing Pro Wrestling Revolutions’ Uprising to Azteca America KMCE TV43, “said Doug Howland, General Manager, Azteca America KMCE TV43. “We’re developing a lasting relationship with Pro Wrestling Revolution to continue giving our audience the kind of quality programming that they’ve come to expect from Azteca America.”
More information on Pro Wrestling Revolution Uprising can be found at: www.prowrestling-revolution.com