Missing Links: The Latest from Around the ‘Net


Miss The Rock’s return on RAW? WWE.com has the video here.

Jim Ross remembered the late Ernie Ladd in a column found both on his blog and WWE.com, so take your pick.

Friends and family gathered to pay respects to the late Bad News Allen.

John Cena’s going to be in a racing reality show.

Matt Hardy throws up a post from his old Web site (written months before his WWE release in 2005) here.

Val Venis’ political blog can be found here.

Molly Holly is living in Guatemala and visited with WWE on their recent tour, which you can read about here and see here.

Rey Mysterio’s doing some promo work for WWE in India, and WWE.com as well as IndianTelevision.com have stories on it.

WWE.com is counting down the top five Masterlock Challenges. This has to be leading to something, right? Right?

What are the 101 things every WWE fan must do before he or she dies? WWE.com offers a sneak peak at the latest WWE Magazine by posting this feature article here (needs Adobe Acrobat Reader to view).

The latest Lifestyles of the Built and Dangerous in WWE.com’s Broadband section profiles life inside Trevor Murdoch’s double-wide, and On My Day Off focuses on Melina and Johnny Nitro.

In her new Internet Confessions, Melina rants about Ashley in Playboy. Also, Elijah Burke talks about Norbit and Matt Striker’s latest Word of the Week is retrospect.

WWE.com has launched a new Broadband series called WWE Emergency Room, with the first edition looking at Mark Henry’s knee surgery, and saying the big man is currently training with hopes to return later this year.

Also on WWE.com, Donald Trump talks about the Billion-Dollar Bitchslap, Stone Cold was last week’s RAW Superstar of the Week, and Ron Simmons and Jimmy Hart met with soldiers at Walter Reed before RAW in DC. Another story on WWE stars visiting the troops can be found at EMilitary.org.

Footage from the Christian vs. Abyss Lockdown PPV match from last year will appear on House in April, and Leticia’s up for a Maxim Hometown Hottie.

Speaking of Abyss, TNAWrestling.com has a story up on the mental state of the monster following Destination X, with some early preview notes on this week’s iMPACT!

Finally (for now), Nick Bockwinkle talks about the WWE Hall of Fame in a recent SLAM! Wrestling story.

Matthew Michaels is editor emeritus of Pulse Wrestling, and has been since the site launched.