More On Chris Jericho’s WWE Future, Indy Fed TV Deal & More


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— Chris Jericho mentioned in a response to a fan on Twitter that he will not be part of RAW’s tour of Australia later this month.

— We noted earlier this morning here on the website that Crossfire Entertainment announced during their Saturday night show that they are making the jump into national TV. The promotion revealed that their first taping is set for November 3rd in Nashville, Tennessee and will be shot in HD and 3D. While no details have been released on what network Crossfire Wrestling will air on, the word backstage before the show was that it would be a subsidiary network run by Paramount. That could end up being the premium cable channel EPIX or possibly a new network.

— Here is a complete list of all upcoming pro wrestling related books:

8/31 Rastlin: A Southern Survey by David McClister and David Lewis

9/1 Booker T: From Prison to Promise: Life Before the Squared Circle by Booker T Huffman and Andrew William Wright

9/1 Red Headed Geek: My Short and Painful Career as a Rasslin’ Manager by Billy C. Wirtz

9/3 WWE Encyclopedia Second Edition by Brian Shields and Kevin Sullivan.

9/27 WWE General Manager’s Handbook by Jake Black

10/1 A Most Mizerable Christmas by Mick Foley with illustrations by Jerry Lawler.

10/1 Pro Wrestling Hall of Fame: Heroes and Icons by Steven Johnson, Greg Oliver and Mike Mooneyham featuring a foreword by JJ Dillon.

10/1 A Battle Royal in the Sky: The Life and Death of Wrestling’s 100 Greatest Gods and Gimmicks by Rich Tarantino and Jon Chattman

12/1 Superfly: The Jimmy Snuka Story by Jimmy Snuka and Jon Chattman with forewords by Mick Foley and Roddy Piper


2/1/13 The 50 Greatest Professional Wrestlers of All Time: The Definitive Shoot by Larry Matysik

2/1/13 Harley Race King of the Ring (paperback) by Harley Race and Gerry Tritz

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