According to f4wonline.com a new stable might make debut on the next WWE pay per view event; Survivor Series which is scheduled to be aired on this Sunday. The name of the group is rumored to be “A New Day” and these group would be a stable of three members who are rumored to be Xavier Woods, Big E, and the Former Intercontinental champion Kofi Kingston. We have seen these three athletes forming a team earlier this year but they never made their team debut. Survivor Series might be the time of the debut of these three men as a stable.
Former WCW World Heavyweight champion Diamond Dallas Page recently spoke to the NotInHallofFame.com where he discussed about some of the very interesting stuffs including his career, a possible induction to the Hall of Fame, etc. Here are some highlights;
Page commented on possibly going into the WWE Hall of Fame:
“I think at some point it will happen. Steve Austin said to me the other day ‘No one ever did it the way you did it at such a success level’. He said to me that he was waiting for me to go in, and when it happens it happens. I’m honoured that the CAC and National Wrestling Hall of Fame inducted me, and I would be honoured if the WWE put me in their Hall of Fame. I’m focused on what’s happening right now with DDP YOGA and last year to get to induct Jake and with Scott being inducted in the same year, and they both came out of my house, you know DDP’s Accountability Crib.”
Page also talked about main eventing against Hulk Hogan on WCW Nitro and receiving a phone call from Steve Austin the next day. Austin asked Page how he got such a good match out of Hogan. Page said:
“Yeah, he called me the next night. Me and him have always been tight. In 1997 and 1998 the number one pro wrestler in the world from Pro Wrestling Illustrated was Steve Austin. The number four wrestlers in both years was Diamond Dallas Page. So, surely, I was in the top ten. From nowhere to top ten. Obviously, the people who didn’t believe in me or were trying to hold me down were wrong. When I first became a wrestler at 35 people laughed. Michael P.S. Hayes fell down laughing. He also called me up in 1996 after a match up with Sting and said he was never happier to eat crow in his entire life.”