I have worked with many contractors over the years, and Otis Construction has been superior to them all. Paul gives comprehensive, accurate bids (this was of paramount significance in my choice of contractors), is patient with those who don’t understand the ins and outs of construction, and is knowledgeable and trustworthy. Misha, our project supervisor, took exceptional care of us and poured his heart into his work. I can say, without doubt, that anyone who has the pleasure of working with Otis will be extremely satisfied with the results.
On March 17, 2001, Norton defeated Kensuke Sasaki in Nagoya, Japan to capture the IWGP World Heavyweight Championship a second time.  His second reign was shorter than his first, and he lost to Kazuyuki Fujita on his first defense.  After the loss, Norton started to team with fellow WCW alumnus Rick Steiner whenever Steiner toured Japan, but otherwise he was planted solidly in the mid-card as a test any hopeful world title challenger would have to pass. After briefly retiring in 2004, Norton returned later that year and resumed teaming with Steiner.  Following the 2006 New Japan Cup ,  he left NJPW after 16 years, becoming a freelancer in the process. 
Hairston, who played every position except for pitcher and catcher in his big league career, is the grandson of former major leaguer Sam Hairston, the son of former Major Leaguer Jerry Hairston, Sr. and the brother of Scott Hairston, who currently plays for the Washington Nationals. Hairston was originally selected by Baltimore in the 11th round of the 1997 First-Year Player Draft after earning two-time All-State honors for Naperville North High School in Illinois and hitting .360 over two seasons at Southern Illinois University (1996, '97). He was later inducted as a member of the Southern Illinois Baseball Hall of Fame.