UFC Champ Brock Lesnar appearing on ESPN today, The Rock on Regis & Kelly, correction on a John Cena movie, TNA Impact taping (correspondents needed) with one match teased, ROH's next online PPV, TNA TV issues in the UK
-UFC Heavyweight Champion Brock Lesnar will appear on ESPN at 10 a.m. CT to provide an update on his health. He is expected to announce that he has resumed training and will be making a comeback after a long battle with illness. I will be covering his appearance, so look for a full recap later today.
-Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson will be appearing on "Regis & Kelly" shortly. The show airs at 9:00 p.m. CT. on ABC.
-Correction: The Variety story mentioned that an upcoming John Cena movie is similar to "Midnight Run" only with a kid. I mistakenly wrote that Cena's movie had the same name.
-TNA is taping for a third consecutive night of Impact tapings tonight in Orlando, Fla. Kevin Nash wrote on his Twitter Page that he believes he will be facing Mick Foley on tonight's show. "My body feels like shit," Nash added. We are looking for correspondents for tonight's show. If you can help us out, contact me right away at firstname.lastname@example.org.
-Ring of Honor has announced that their next online pay-per-view will be "The Big Bang" on Apr. 3 in Charlotte, N.C. at the Grady Cole Center. The show will be broadcast live on pay-per-view via GoFightLive.com.
-Don't forget that Dot Net is providing some content to GeekWeek.com, which is a great one-stop shop for comics, movies, pro wrestling, sports, and much more.
-Dot Net Members will be listening to the first part of the weekly Q&A audio later today. I will be answering their questions on Jim Ross, Jack Swagger, Sean Waltman, Randy Orton, and much more. You can access all Dot Net Audio on the ad-free version of the website for only $5 per month via the Dot Net Members' Signup Page.
-Dot Net reader Stephen criticized TNA for the way their handling their UK television. "TNA Impact airs on Bravo in the UK," he writes. "Bravo is available to 9.5 million subscribers on Sky (Satalite) and 3.7 million subscribers on Virgin (Cable). Up until this month all TNA pay-per-views have been shown on a three-day delay free on Bravo 2.
"TNA have now decided to charge to show there PPV's, and make them only available on BT Vision. Yet BT Vision only has 436,000 customers. Plus unlike Sky or Virgin, BT Vision carries no WWE programing, so I'm guessing not many wrestling fan are among those 436,000 customers."
-There are no wrestling shows advertised for ESPN Classic tonight.
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