— Trendrr reports that SmackDown was down 15,000-25,000 compared to past Tuesday night specials in social media activity. This is based on a combination of Tuesday night being election night in the US, the episode being pre-taped and an overexposed product. SmackDown earned a 70,081, compared to 93,624 on July 3 for a Fourth of July edition, 86,646 on April 10 for a Legends Night edition and 94,570 on February 21. SmackDown was #10 on cable TV, behind Election Night coverage on CNN (#1), Fox News (#2), MSNBC (#3), other cable channels, and BET (#7). As far as non-election programs go, Nickelodeon took #8 with Spongebob Squarepants and Sons of Anarchy on FX got #9.
— Dutch Mantell has scheduled the first annual “Amelia Keown Memorial Benefit Card” for Sunday, November 18 in Murfreesboro, Tennessee. The show will benefit Dutch’s 16-year-old granddaughter, Amelia, who was killed in a head-on collision back in August. More information on the show is available here.
— On November 25th, Chris Jericho will be taking part in a new type of appearance event called “RockStars Say The Funniest Things featuring Chris Jericho.” The show is a “spoken word performance” t The Garage in London, England. Jericho will share “uncensored tales from the roads traveled as both WWE Champion and with his band, Fozzy.” More information about the event is available at this link.
— Colt Cabana and “Scrap Iron” Adam Pearce have taken #7LevelsOfHate around the world in what will be remembered as arguably wrestling’s 2012 “Feud of the Year”. On October 27, 2012 in Melbourne, Australia, it all came to an end in the seventh and final stage, a STEEL CAGE MATCH for WarZone Wrestling Australia. Check out the highlights below…