Here are the notes and news items from the week in the world of pro wrestling: The Undertaker was at “Raw” in Nashville, Tenn., this week and may have met with Vince McMahon about his status for Wrestlemania 29.
• Scott Hall is expected to join Diamond Dallas Page’s “Accountability Crib” as Hall attempts to make more progress in his battles with drug and alcohol addiction.
• Sometimes it pays to be on Twitter. On Monday before “Raw,” Ryback revealed in a tweet the new stipulation for Sunday’s WWE pay-per-view.
The Local Corner: Action continues at TWA. TWA Friday Night Brawl starts at 8 at the TWA Arena off Reed Road in north Whitfield County, about three miles north of the bypass. The TWA Action Zone runs at 8 p.m. on Saturdays. Tickets for all shows are $5 for adults and $3 for ages 6 to 12; senior citizens 60 years and older with proof of age will be admitted for $3. Kids younger than 6 are admitted free. Any military member with proper identification will be admitted free. If it’s your birthday, you will be admitted free.
Trivia Teaser: What was Dutch Mantell’s stable known as in WCW?
Check back next week for the answer.
Last week’s question: When and where did The Rockers officially split?
They broke up on Brutus Beefcake’s “Barbershop” in 1992.
If the International Olympic Committee follows through with its plan to eliminate wrestling, Jamie Jones thinks pro wrestling should become the next Olympic sport. You can contact him at email@example.com or (706) 272-7723.