— Regarding WWE’s recent crackdown of marijuana use, this has frustrated a number of wrestlers. Some are telling friends they will continue to smoke pot in spite of the crackdown. Others predict those recently approached by management regarding their habit will replace it with alcohol. As noted earlier, one wrestler in particular has failed for pot 12 times, with his push leveling off as a result. The wrestler in question is a SmackDown performer, reports ProWrestling.NET.

— WWE tops this week’s Billboard‘s Video Sales – Recreational Sports DVD chart. The WWE: Hell In A Cell release finished in first place for the fourth week in a row. The No Mercy DVD debuts on the chart this week, finishing in second place. The WWE: The Rock: The Most Electrifying Man In Sports Entertainment DVD regained life on the chart; it finished in ninth place after a few week hiatus. You can see the complete chart at the following link.

— WWE.com has an article acknowledging a packaging snafu regarding the forthcoming release of The History of the Intercontinental Championship. There is a booklet in the DVD set displaying a collage of former Intercontinental Champions. However, a wrestler who never held the belt is featured in the collage. The mystery man is Buddy Roberts of the Fabulous Freebirds tag team. The WWE Home Video staff mistakenly thought it was Pat Patterson, the first Intercontinental Champion. The snafu was discovered after the first set of DVDs were done, but they’re releasing them anyway, making it somewhat of a collector’s item. WWE has plans to release a second edition of the DVD featuring a revised booklet with Patterson’s photo in place. {Photo snafu turns The History of the Intercontinental Championship DVD into collector’s item}

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