Missing Links on Kelly’s Blog, Hardy, Flair, Hogan, Georgia’s Wrestling Legislation & More

Jim Ross’ Superstar of the Week on WWE.com was, of course, Ric Flair. Ross has also updated his blog with a new Q&A in which he answers questions about The Rock, Sid, Paul London and MUCH more.

There’s another Flair article over at the Bismarck Tribune.

Meanwhile Hogan likes to swim with his new girlfriend, which can be seen at People.com.

Kelly Kelly has updated her blog, responding to Santino’s comments about the Divas, talking about her dreams to be an Olympic gymnast (and the injury that stopped her), finishing up her college degree and more.

Matt Hardy provides an update on his MySpace blog about Jeff & Beth, WrestleMania and other random stuff.

Victoria won a Chrysler contest. Also, Velvet Sky writes about the upcoming TNA fanfest and Leticia wants to sell you stuff.

There are some new WrestleMania photos uploaded to the WWE FanNation Flickr page (you need to add WWE FanNation as a contact to see the pics).

The Great Khali is apparently still on the Punjab Police force, listed as “on leave without pay” due to being “sick and indisposed,” according to the Times of India.

Brent Albright (Gunner Scott) was interviewed by SLAM! Wrestling, telling them he’s still unsure why WWE let him go. Here’s Albright vs. Punk from OVW:

Speaking of former WWE wrestlers… Remember the Gymini? They’ve cut another comeback video at YouTube.com:

Larry Goodman at GeorgiaWrestlingHistory.com is reporting that the state’s House of Representatives have voted down the bill that would change pro wrestling’s regulation in Georgia, meaning regulation is back in the hands of the Georgia Athletic and Entertainment Commission which had placed a hold on its own proposed changes pending action by the state legislature.

Also from GeorgiaWrestlingHistory.com:

On April 5 at 11:00 AM ET, Peach State Pandemonium will air a special two-hour episode in honor of Gary Hart. Rich Tate and Crimson Mask will host this episode with the legendary Hart, whose impact on the business is often overlooked. Despite being perhaps the most compelling manager of his era, he was very instrumental behind the scenes not only in Georgia, but also Florida, Texas, and many other areas during his career.

Jim Ross, Bill Watts, Jack Brisco, Bill Irwin, James Beard, Skandor Akbar, George Steele, Abdullah the Butcher, Michael Hayes, and Kevin Sullivan are scheduled to appear.

In conjunction with K&S Wrestlefest, there will be a DVD giveaway of a Q&A featuring Hart, Irwin, and Akbar, done on March 15, one day before Gary’s passing.

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