– Starting with the latest issue of WWE Magazine – which features Rey Mysterio on the cover – they will be looking at Chuck Palumbo’s custom motorcycle hobby, CP Kustoms. Palumbo’s client list includes a few WWE stars such as Batista, Rey Mysterio and Chavo Guerrero as they have all purchased custom motorcycles from the Raw Superstar. In the next few months, WWE Magazine will profile his shop, his works in progress, as well as the motorcycles he’s created – that is of course if Palumbo isn’t “future endeavored” in the meantime. Palumbo hasn’t appeared on television since the 6/13 SmackDown in a loss to Matt Hardy and still has yet to debut on Monday Night Raw since being drafted to the Raw brand in June’s Supplemental Draft. It was reported last month that Palumbo, as well as Paul London & Paul Burchill, were on the chopping block. Despite Palumbo’s love for motorcycles, wrestling remains as his No. 1 passion. “People always ask me how I balance wrestling and running CP Kustoms,” Palumbo told WWE Magazine. “Motorcyles were a hobby that turned into something more. Wrestling is my No. 1 passion – always will be – and I’ll choose wrestling over bikes any day. But working in the shop helps me take my mind off of things. It relaxes me.”
– Talent agent to numerous wrestlers Bill Behrens is reporting that it appears likely that Dustin Rhodes will be returning to the WWE roster under his Goldust persona.
– It’s stating the obvious, but WWE’s current plan has Triple H defending his WWE Championship against Vladimir Kozlov at the Survivor Series pay-per-view in Boston, MA on November 23.
– Vince McMahon was inducted into the CableFax Hall of Fame at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C. yesterday. Other notable people inducted yesterday include ESPN personality Chris Berman and HBO’s president of documentary & family programming, Sheila Nevins.
– Today is SmackDown wrestler Adam “Edge” Copeland’s birthday. The five-time champion turns 35 years old today.