— CM Punk was at the Thanksgiving Day Parade in Chicago earlier today and interviewed during the broadcast on WGN. Punk talked about his name, saying the “CM” stands for Cookie Monster, whose float was just ahead of him. Punk said it was a dream come true to do the parade in his hometown of Chicago. He then plugs WWE’s next show in Chicago at the Allstate Arena on January 19. You can see video of his appearance at the parade at the following link.
— In its first week out, the WWE: Viva La Raza: The Legacy Of Eddie Guerrero topped Billboard‘s Video Sales – Recreational Sports DVD chart. The Hell in the Cell DVD dropped to No. 2 after four straight weeks on top. TNA’s Cross The Line pay-per-view pack featuring the 2008 Victory Road, Hard Justice & No Surrender pay-per-view events managed to chart, finishing at No. 5. The No Mercy DVD finished at No. 6, and The Rock’s DVD continues to show why it has the most lasting power by finishing at No. 10. You can see the complete chart at the following link.
— WWE referee Marty Elias is back on the road after taking a few weeks off following surgery on Thursday, September 18 for a ruptured hernia. Elias worked this past Monday night’s Raw taping.
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