source: Wrestling Observer Newsletter
– TNA wrestler Sting’s name actually came up this year regarding a possible induction into the WWE Hall of Fame.
The reigning TNA World Heavyweight Champion got support because a number of people involved in the company’s creative and producing process that were asked for input were not even aware he was working for the competition.
Sting is on good terms with Vince McMahon, so the company will likely produce a DVD based on the WCW footage they own and consider him in conjunction for the Hall of Fame when his time in TNA comes to an end.
– Comcast on Demand is currently airing a WWE special entitled WrestleMania: 25 Stories, which consists of the year-by-year WrestleMania video packages the company has been running on television in recent weeks. It’s interesting to note that the special features two video packages that have yet to air on WWE programming — WrestleManias IV & V at the Trump Plaza as well as WrestleMania X featuring Bret Hart. The video package on WrestleManias IV & V centers around “Macho Man” Randy Savage’s title win, the break-up of “The Mega Powers,” and subsequent title loss. For some reason, WWE has yet to air the Randy Savage-themed package on television, so it should be interesting to see whether WWE airs it or not in the final week building towards WrestleMania.
– As noted earlier, a recent episode of G4′s Attack of the Show featured a countdown of their top ten WWE Divas.