Various News: Update On Location For Wrestlemania 31, Too Cool Reuniting, More
Posted by Joseph Lee on 08.25.2014
And news on a new Kamala book...
- There was some concern that Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara, California (the host venue of Wrestlemania 31) was damaged by the earthquake this past weekend. From all reports, here was no damage to the venue. [Credit: Pwinsider.com]
- Director Michael Elliot, who did documentaries on Jim Crockett Promotions, Harley Race and The Rock N' Roll Express, is working on a film of former WWWF champion Ivan Koloff. He has started a Kickstarter campaign to raise $4,500. They have brought in $1,904 so far.
- Kenny Casanova, who is writing the Kamala book, thanked all those who raised $2,000 on the Kickstarter in the first day and have provided over $7,000 so far.
- Hacksaw Jim Duggan was a guest on the Kevin Gill Show. He spoke about growing up in New York, traveling with Jake "The Snake" Roberts, the best gimmick match, Bruiser Brody's career advice, staying positive, the inspiration of his father, Legends House, Kamala, The Gathering of the Juggalos, Haku, the current WWE roster, his relationship with other Hall of Famers, his final memories of Matt Borne, Vince Russo and more. You can listen to it here.
- Former WWE creative team member Kevin Marshall, who just left the company, was interviewed by Wrestlefolks about working for WWE and TNA on Spike TV (he worked for Spike before WWE).
- Too Cool will work a show for Maryland Championship Wrestling on September 5 at Della Roses at the Ave in White Marsh (8153 Honeygo Blvd) in Nottingham, Maryland. It's a free event. The October 18 event in Frederick, Maryland includes Bob Holly, Lita, Ron Simmons and Christian York. You can find more information here.
- Mikey Whipwreck and Brian "Curt Hawkins" Myers will work the September 13 Right Coast Pro event in Newark, Delaware. You can get more details here.