This week on Who’s Slamming Who, Tommy Fierro and Brian Solomon preview this Sunday’s WWE Survivor Series PPV, Shane McMahon meeting with UFC, Early ideas for WrestleMania 26, names for 2010 WWE Hall of Fame, WWE signing new deal with USA Network, Jesse Ventura returning to WWE, Great Khali becoming an ambassador for the Special Olympics, Sean Mooney returning to the WWE, Jakks Pacific signing a new wrestling deal, new Hulk Hogan WWE DVD, TNA signing former WWE star to long-term deal, King Kong Bundy doing stand-up comedy, WWE’s Dinner Impossible special, Stacy Keibler getting blown off by WWE, and much more.

This week on an all-new entertaining edition of Cornette’s Commentary on Who’s Slamming Who, Jim Cornette looks at Shane McMahon meeting with UFC, Jesse Ventura returning to the WWE, Great Khali as a special ambassador for the Special Olympics, King Kong Bundy doing stand-up comedy, Jakks Pacific making a Jim Cornette NWA Legends action figure, talks about his WWF action figure, Kenny Bolin, health insurance, a possible ISPW debut, and more.

This week on PWI Weekly, Brady Hicks breaks down Survivor Series, and talks about what it might take for wrestling to become HUGE again.

The King and the Prince put PWI in their place this week on The Bolin’ Alley! They talk about Nick Hogan being sacred to face Prince Bolin on the road or the ring, Cornette’s last job in the business before he goes broke, the next two Guest Hosts for RAW and much more.

This week on Inside The Behrens Bubble, Bill Behrens discusses TNA’s Turning Point PPV, future direction, successes, failures & challenges for TNA, AJ Styles, Kurt Angle, Desmond Wolfe, Steiner, Nash etc. and the Hulk Factor.

This week on The Cult of Personality, ISPW General Manager “Mr. Personality” Nicholas Nice calls out an independent worker and rips him a new one! Mr. Nice always tells it like it is and this week is no different. A very entertaining segment to say the least.

Lanny Poffo rants about Ric Flair’s 4th marriage this week on Poetry in Motion!

This week on Wrestling Then & Now, Evan Ginzburg on Pay Per View Overkill- Manny Pacquiao-Miguel Cotto, TNA Turning Point, UFC 106 and Survivor Series.

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It hosted Starrcades, the Clash of the Champions, and the Crockett Cup. But when the WWF came to town, the fans in Greensboro weren’t ready for Hulk Hogan. This week, The History of WWE’s Graham Cawthon talks about a new addition to the website which details the ring and attendance history of the Greensboro Coliseum. Hogan / Andre packed the Pontiac Silverdome in 1987 – now find out how poorly they drew just one year later in Greensboro! Plus: Who’s surviving in Washington DC this Sunday? It’s time for Survivor Series prediction time! Also: Who won our Scott Steiner DVD giveaway and find out how to win this week’s giveaway of a Jim “The Anvil” Neidhart shoot DVD!

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NEXT WEEK ON WHO’S SLAMMING WHO: For more than 30 years, “Dirty” Dutch Mantell has entertained fans around the world both in the ring as a competitor and out of the ring as a creative force in professional wrestling. Now, the wrestling world will get a chance to tap into the mind of the legend with Mantell’s new book “The World According to Dutch.” On November 23rd, Dutch Mantell will appear on Who’s Slamming Who to talk all about his career in professional wrestling and to talk about his new book!

ISPW SEASONS BEATINGS 12/26 IN FREEHOLD, NJ: Experience The Difference of ISPW when it returns to the ISPW Arena on Saturday evening, December 26th in Freehold, NJ located on 323A Fairfield Road for SEASONS BEATINGS. The main event will pit a Money in The Bank Ladder Match with Crowbar, Ace Darling, Danny Inferno, Rick Fuller, Chase Del Monte, and Nunzio, Judas Young (ISPW Champion) vs. Rob Eckos for the ISPW World Title, Former WWE Superstar Vito vs. Nicky Benz, Baby Hughie vs. “Mr. Personality” Nicholas Nice, Bryan Logan vs. Matt Logan, and Danny Doring vs. “The Escort” Erik Andretti TICKETS: $18.00 Golden Ringside, $12.00 General Admission. Tickets are available now on ISPWLive.com or by calling (732) 409-1132. Be sure to visit the official ISPW website for all the latest ISPW news at: ISPWLive.com

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