– Rock legend Alice Cooper was on Canadian interview show “The Hour” with George Stroumboulopoulos this week was asked about his appearance at Wrestlemania III back in 1987. Alice responded: “That was one of the most terrifying things in the world … you talk about the Manson murders being terrifying, how ‘bout 90,000 people … wrestling fans … 60,000 of them blue-haired old ladies screaming for blood, and I’m going ‘I hope this isn’t my audience. My audience isn’t as crazy as this.’ That was the craziest audience in the world. They really were. And I kept thinking, ‘They don’t really believe this do they? They don’t really believe this is real, do they?’ And I think they did.”
– Stone Cold Steve Austin is finishing up work on his new movie “Damages” today in Vancouver, British Columbia. The film centers around an underground fighting scene. Austin is the lead in the movie as “John Brickner”, a recently paroled convict who is forced to involve himself in the illegal underground fighting world. Damages is Austin’s first leading role outisde of WWE Films.