WWE Acknowledges Khali's Walkout, IC Title DVD Match Listing, D-Lo Brown Speaks

— WWE.com has posted an article regarding The Great Khali’s appearance on the JackassWorld.com program, One Bourbon, One Scotch and One Beer, last week. Khali stormed off the set following a question host Johnny Knoxville asked Khali. Knoxville asked Khali, “Sometimes – this may be a little off-color – but sometimes when you see a – not a giant, I don’t want to make him mad – but a big guy, like yourself, you wonder if everything is in proportion. You know, like if your tallywacker is proportioned with the rest of your body, like if it’s normal size, or, or, or…” Ranjin Singh interrupted his question to say, “The Great Khali came here, he came here for an interview, and it’s kind of turning downhill with these questions that you’re asking.” Khali then nearly flipped a table on Knoxville. “If they’re going to be a baby let’s *bleeping* end it here,” a shocked Knoxville said. “I just asked him about his tallywacker!” You can read the WWE.com post at this link.

— SilverVision.co.uk has posted the match listing for the upcoming The History of the Intercontinental Championship DVD, which is a 3-disc set. The DVD set will feature chapters on “Macho Man” Randy Savage as they have a chapter entitled “Enter the Macho Man” regarding his IC title run and another chapter on his classic match with Ricky “The Dragon” Steamboat at WrestleMania III. You can see the match listing and cover art at the following link. The DVD set is scheduled to be released on November 25, 2008 in the United States.

— D-Lo Brown posted a blog on the WWE Universe site telling fans where he was during his hiatus from the company from January 2003 to May 2008. Brown wrote: “Many – if not most of you don’t know this but (just to clarify), I have not been in retirement. Nor have I been on some long sabatical. After leaving WWE in January 2003, I went on to wrestle for two major companies in Japan. Most of the tours there were in the range of 2 – 6 weeks at a time with 1 – 3 weeks off in between tours. My last match in Japan was in May 2008. For obvious reasons, I’m relieved everyone notices that I’m in pretty good shape with no ring rust at all. In fact, I’m in better shape than I’ve ever been and my technique and style have improved greatly over the last few years. As I said previously, it’s great to be back and I’m very excited about my future with WWE.” {Where’ve I been……}

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