By Jason Powell
-The featured match of WWE Main Event is Cody Rhodes, Goldust, Los Matadores, and El Torito vs. Curtis Axel, Ryback, Drew McIntyre, Heath Slater, and Jinder Mahal in a ten-man tag. Join Ryan Kester for live coverage of WWE Main Event as the show airs on ION Network tonight at 7:00 p.m. CT.
-Dot Net Members will hear the new Dot Net Countdown Show today with Jake Barnett and Will Pruett. Be sure to check out the free, 90-minute Prowrestling.net Live free audio show from Monday night after Raw. Chris Shore and I took listener phone calls and discussed Monday's WWE Raw and the WWE Network. If you enjoy our All Access audio, help support Dot Net by signing up for membership to the ad-free version of the website via the Dot Net Members' Signup Page.
-The second part of Jim Ross's interview with Steve Austin is now available on The Ross Report podcast. Steve Austin's latest interview is with WWE legend William Regal. Chris Jericho's latest guest was WWE Diva Natalya. The latest "30 Years of WrestleMania" podcast features Cody Rhodes and Goldust. You can find all of these interviews at Podcastone.com
-The Honky Tonk Man's "Shake, Rattle, & Roll" podcast with co-host Steve Wilton returns tonight at 5:00 p.m. CT. The advertised topics of conversation include the WWE Hall of Fame, WrestleMania 30, the WWE Network launch, and TNA Wrestling. Of course, it's Honky, so you never know where things might go. Check it out tonight at Honkytonkman.net.
-TNA wrestler Hernandez appeared on the Talk TNA Podcast recently. You can check out the interview conducted by David Gilbert at Talktnapodcast.com.
-Legendary wrestler and promoter Verne Gagne is 88 today. He was born on February 26, 1926. Gagne was the longtime promoter of the AWA territory and was also the promotion's top star during his in-ring days. He was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame in 2006 with his son Greg Gagne serving as his presenter. Gagne suffers from Alzheimer's disease and does not make many public appearances.
-Reid Flair was born on February 26, 1988. He died on March 29, 2013 due to an overdose. Ric Flair's youngest son was a trained pro wrestler who worked in the United States and Japan. The autopsy states that he died from an accidental overdose of heroin and prescription drugs clonazepam and alprazolam at age 25.
-There are no pro wrestling shows listed for ESPN Classic. The Global Supercard Wrestling shows will return on Thursday.
WWE Main Event coverage, Dot Net Countdown Show, Jim Ross, Steve Austin, Chris Jericho, and WrestleMania podcasts, Honky Tonk Man radio returns tonight, Hernandez interview, Verne Gagne, Reid Flair
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Feb 26, 2014 - 09:00 AM
Feb 26, 2014 - 09:00 AM
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