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        Tonight's lineup:
Prelim fights
James Te Huna (204.5) vs. Igor Pokrajac (205)
Goran Reljic (184) vs. C.B. Dollaway (185)
Brian Foster (171.5) vs. Chris Lytle (169.5)
Krzysztof Soszynski (204.5) vs. Stephan Bonnar (204.5%)
Anthony Perosh (215.5) vs. Mirko Cro Cop (233)
Ryan Bader (204.5) vs. Keith Jardine (204.5)
George Sotiropolous (154) vs. Joe Stevenson (154)
Michael Bisping (185) vs. Wanderlei Silva (185)
Cain Velasquez (242) vs. Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira (233)
        We'll have live coverage on the site starting at about 8 p.m. Eastern time with the prelim fights.
        We're also looking for reports on tonight's WWE house show in Springfield, IL, which is a tri-branded show headlined by John Cena & Edge & Undertaker vs. Sheamus & Randy Orton & Batista, as well as tonight's TNA house show in Massena, NY, headlined by A.J. Styles vs. The Pope and Jeff Jarrett vs. Mr. Anderson.
        Tomorrow has the Elimination Chamber PPV from St. Louis, with only four matches official but likely adding a fifth match on the show.
        Raw will be Monday from Indianapolis with Ty Murray and Jewel as co-hosts.
        Tuesday is Smackdown tapings from Milwaukee with Mickie James vs. Michelle McCool for the women's title with Vickie Guerrero as referee.
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--Quinton Jackson signed his contract to face Rashad Evans which is believed to be 5/29 in Las Vegas.  
--The next three-hour Raw will be on 4/26 from Richmond, VA.

--A clip of Batista's movie "Wrong Side of Town" at  RVD is also in the movie but not in the clip.
--Dana White yesterday said that UFC would be running one show per year in Australia, although the next show would probably be in Perth.  Melbourne won't allow MMA so that's out of the question.  He also said that even if they lose, Stephan Bonnar and Wanderlei Silva are in UFC for life.  His feelings weren't the same with Mirko Cro Cop, although Cro Cop isn't likely to lose unless he's fallen off a cliff.  He also said he was sure they would have Fedor Emelianenko sooner than later.
--Suicide at last night's TNA house show, and tonight's, is Frankie Kazarian.  The character will be kept but Kazarian won't be doing it after this week most likely.  There are a few under consideration for the role.  
--Brian Fritz interviews Dixie Carter at ke-next-big-step/
--Today is the 21st anniversary of the Ric Flair vs. Ricky Steamboat NWA title change in Chicago.
--A trailer for next season's Ultimate Fighter, which debuts on 3/31, is at
--Poll on Impact
Excellent 30.7%
Good 27.6%
Average 14.1%
Fair 5.2%
Poor 22.4%
        27.3% of those responding didn't see the show
--Poll on Superstars
Excellent 19.0%
Good 27.6%
Average 25.9
Fair 8.6%
Poor 19.0%
        61.6% of those responding didn't see the show
How many PPV buys do you expect tonight's UFC show to do?
Under 200,000 9.1%
201-250K 4.0%
251-300K 7.4%
301-350K 15.9%
351-400K 17.0%
401-450K 17.0%
451-500K 11.4%
501-550K 8.5%
551-600K 1.1%
More than 601,000 8.5%
--"The A Team" opens on 6/10 in Australia. (thanks to James Stanios)
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--ROH announced Tyler Black & Briscoes vs. Chris Hero & American Wolves as the main event for 3/19 in Dearborn, MI.  El Generico vs. Chris Hero was announced for 3/20 in Mississauaga, ONT.  Kenny Omega returns on both shows, facing Roderick Strong the first night and Davey Richards the second night.
--FCW from last night in Plant City, FL before 250 fans:  Aksana & Tiffany b Courtney Taylor & Liviana, A.J. Lee b Naomi Night, Heath Slater b Titus O'Neill, South Beach Boys b Michael Tarver & David Otunga, Bo Rotundo b Cliff Compton (formerly Domino), Duke Rotundo b ?, Johnny Curtis b Richie Steamboat, Joe Hennig & Ted DiBiase b The Usos (Ted replaced injured Brett DiBiase), Skip Sheffield & Justin Gabriel & Kaval b Trent Baretta & Caylen Croft & Curt Hawkins.  Next show is 3/19 and everyone on the show will be from a wrestling family including the debut of Sarona Snuka (Jimmy's daughter)
--A fourth generation wrestler, Dory Funk IV, teams with his grandfather, Dory Funk Jr. and Johnny Magnum, managed by Jimmy Hart, to face Damien Steele & Shane Chung & Blain Rage.  Show is tonight in Ocala, FL at the Funking Conservatory.
--Hulk Hogan and WWE are part of a Doonesbury cartoon strip at
--Bryan Travers is out with a shoulder injury from his 3/26 Showtime match with Justin Wilcox in Fresno on the Strikeforce Challengers Series show.  Shamar Bailey (10-1) from Chicago will be the replacement.  The main event features the return of Lavar Johnson vs. Lolohea Mahe.
--WSU's third anniversary show on 3/6 at the Ace Arena in Union, City, NJ with a Hall of Fame ceremony to honor Jazz, Molly Holly and Dawn Marie, plus Mercedes Martinez vs. Rain, Nikki Roxx vs. Angel Orsini, Jazz vs. Amber  O'Neal, April Hunter vs. Traci Brooks  and Angelina Love vs. Sassy Stephanie
--Jimmy Snuka will be appearing signing autographs at the 4/11 TWA show in Voorhees, NJ at the Flyers Skate Zone.  Wrestling on the show will be Steve Corino vs. Tony Stetson, plus Julio Dinero, Rob Eckos, Jimmy Cicero and Ricky Reyes
--Steve Austin will be the honorary starter for Auto Club 500 on Sunday in San Bernardino.
--If anyone has any info on how to contact former Leatherface Rick Patterson, let me know.
--Great North Wrestling on 2/27 in Renfrew, Ontario at the Air Force Wing has a three-way tables match with Hannibal vs. Jeremy Prophet.  Lanny Poffo will also be wrestling on the show.
--A story about the end of ECW is at l
--Chris Garcia at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it is looking to get in touch with John Lister
--All-Star Wrestling from last night in Tampa:  Alex Decay b Jordan O'Neil, Bobby Fanta b Maxwell Chicago, Bruce Santee & Rod Steel NC Ricky Romeo & Justin Cade, Tommy Taylor b Nick Fame, Michael O'Toole b Shane Swyft, Kaotic Romeo b Dirty White Boy, Aaron Epic d Eddie Taurus 15:00, Simon Sez b Gus Money (thanks to Alan Wojcik)
--NYWC tonight in Deer Park, NY at the NYWC Sportatorium featuring Tony Mamaluke, Chris Kanyon, Mercedes Martinez and Sumie Sakai
--Raven will headline for PWUSA on 3/18 in Hamburg, PA at the Field House.  Also on the show is Shane Douglas, Backseat Boyz, Ricky Reyes and more.
--Apocalypse Wrestling Federation on 4/25 at 2 p.m. in Whitby, ONT at the Class Act Dinner Theater
--AAW from last night in Davenport, IA:  Shane Hollister won Battle Royal, Knight Wagner b Dr. X, Trik Davis b Mike Sydal, Keith Walker b Matt Mayday, Brett Gakiya & C.J. Esparza over Donavan Cain & Jason Lite and The Phoenix Twins, Jordan McEntire b Jeremy Wyatt, Silas Young b Shane Hollister to keep AAW title, Tyler Black & Jimmy Jacobs b Josh Raymond & Christian Abel
--TNA ref Mike Posey ended the 45 year reign of Mike Jackson as Alabama junior heavyweight champion last night in Graysville, AL.  
--Dan Severn's Price of Glory Wrestling at Severn's Michigan Sports Complex in Coldwater, MI tonight
--IHWE on 3/20 in Fort Worth at the Wolfpac Gym

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