WWE Smackdown in Albany (correspondents needed), The Marine 3: Homefront released today with pricing included, Chris Jericho's Robot Combat League, Jerry Lynn talks final days and early memories

Posted in: DOT NET DAILY
Mar 5, 2013 - 09:00 AM

By Jason Powell

-The WWE Smackdown taping takes place tonight in Albany, New York at Times Union Center. The advertised television main event is World Hvt. Champion Alberto Del Rio vs. Dolph Ziggler. Smackdown will feature the usual crew of Smackdown wrestlers with no top names from Raw advertised.

Dot Net contributor Zim will be attending the taping in person and will provide updates from the building as they happen tonight. As always, we are looking for additional correspondents, as we take the more the merrier approach. If you are going to Smackdown and want to help, contact me at

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-The advertised matches for tonight's WWE Smackdown taping are Alberto Del Rio vs. Big Show for the World Hvt. Championship, and Sheamus, Randy Orton, and Ryback vs. The Shield in a six-man tag match. Both are likely dark matches.

-WWE Studios is releasing "The Marine 3: Homefront" starring The Miz on DVD and Blu-ray today. The film stars The Miz, who follows John Cena and Ted DiBiase as stars of the franchise. The standard is listed at $14.96 and the Blu-ray is listed at $19.96 at

-The second episode of "Robot Combat League" hosted by WWE star Chris Jericho airs tonight on Syfy at 9:00 p.m. CT. The show will be replayed at 11:00 p.m. CT. The premiere episode will be replayed at noon CT on Syfy today and again at midnight.

-Jerry Lynn appeared on the latest Steel Domain Wrestling podcast with Ed Hellier and Mick Karch. Lynn spoke about working his final matches and looked back on his career. You can listen to the full interview at

-Late independent promoter Dennis Coralluzzo was born on this date in 1953. He died on July 29, 2001 after suffering a stroke. He was inducted into the NWA Hall of Fame posthumously.

-There are no pro wrestling shows listed for ESPN Classic tonight.

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