TNA Impact Wrestling, Dot Net Weekly, WWE Superstars, WWE Raw in Brisbane, Australia, Shannon Moore and Rene Dupree booking details, Jake "The Snake" Roberts compared to NBA center, WWE Saturday Morning Slam off the air

Posted in: DOT NET DAILY
Aug 30, 2012 - 09:00 AM

By Chris Shore

-TNA Impact Wrestling is live again tonight, and while the official preview hypes some of the final Bound for Glory series matches and more Aces and 8s follow-up, many will be watching to see if the situation with Devon and the TV title is addressed, and whether or not Bully Ray will be there. Ryan Kester will have full details of the show starting at 7:00 p.m. CT.

-Devon's contract expiring is just one of the many topics Jason Powell and I will discuss in today's Dot Net Weekly audio show, which is exclusive to Dot Net Members. Members are already listening to my 27-minute interview with new WWE developmental talent Kc McKnight, as well as several hours of audio we produce on the site each week. Join us on the ad-free version of the site by becoming a Dot Net Member at

-WWE Superstars features three matches this week, headlined (probably) by Epico and Primo vs. The Usos. I believe Ryan Kester is covering again this week, so check back for his live coverage when WWE posts the show, usually around 3:00 p.m. CT.

-The WWE Raw crew is down under in Brisbane, Australia tonight with a show featuring CM Punk, John Cena, Big Show, Daniel Bryan and more. If you are attending tonight's show, we are looking for correspondents. Drop a line to or with all the results and your thoughts.

-Bill Behrens at announced that former WWE/TNA star Shannon Moore and former WWE star Rene Dupree are now available for bookings. Moore recently left TNA wrestling, according to him, to focus on life away from wrestling and to open a second tattoo parlor in NC. Dupree has spent the last several years in Japan with All Japan Wrestling.

-Kevin Seraphin, the center for the NBA's Washington Wizards, was featured in a story on Yahoo Sports about his love for snakes. The reporter's headline claims that Seraphin's love for snakes has reached "Jake 'The Snake' Roberts' levels." You can read the article at

-Another television dispute has left wrestling fans without access to a show. This time the show is the new WWE Saturday Morning Slam, and it is Cablevision that dropped several channels owned by the Tribune Company. You can get more details at

-There are no pro wrestling events schedule for tonight on ESPN Classic.

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