Matt Hardy sent word that he's relaunched his official website at MattHardyBrand.com.
Perry Saturn will be wrestling his first match in the New York City area in years this Saturday 6/9 in Middle Village, Queens facing former ECW Tag champion Danny Doring for Showcase Championship Wrestling. The show, being held at St. Margaret's School, will also feature Stevie Richards vs. Marty Jannetty in their first ever meeting, Chris Harris aka Braden Walker vs. former developmental talent Danny Inferno, Nunzio with Sal E. Graziano vs. Josh Daniels, Smith James vs. The Original Doink The Clown Matt Borne, plus a rare appearance by one of my all time favorite indy wrestlers Rik Ratchet (what? No Donnie B?), Judas Young, Kodiak Bear, The Playas Club, former WWE developmental talent Bill Carr, Pat Buck, Spartan and more. For details, visit showcasechampionshipwrestling.com.
Tiger Jeet Singh has been named Canada's Best Immigrant for his charitable work. For details, click here.
Stevie Richards has launched a new Fitness based project, SRX Training. You can check out his first video below:
Speaking of Stevie, we have a brand new 65 minute interview with Richards discussing the Extreme Rising events in The Elite section of PWInsider.com which has gotten raves all afternoon, discussing his matches against Luke Hawx, working with BWO last time, feeling he has something greater to give to the fans, the issues with Sabu and Justin Credible, what Rising can do to rebound from the negative reviews, his continued passion for the business, the Stevie Night Heat run, how long it went before WWE management realized it, lots of ECW memories including laying on a burning table, the BWO, breaking into the company, how today's technology might have helped ECW if it existed, comparing his experiences working his first Wrestlemania to the first ECW PPV, his job in keeping Terry Funk and Sandman on time that night, his fitness and technological projects, what he suggests to someone just trying to get in shape, when he turned the corner and started focusing on his own fitness, his ROH cameo and the series that was scheduled but was canceled, trying to always find something to excel in when not being pushed, being told by Dixie Carter that he was too old and broken down, his interest in returning full-time to a national company, differences in the independents breaking in and today, WWE developmental, whether he'd ever like to write a book, why fans still care about ECW, the best wrestling cities, goals for the future, breaking his neck twice, the Diva he wanted to wrestle at Wrestlemania and TONS TONS more - an awesome discussion!