Gregory Helms appears to be teasing his return to WWE on his MySpace page. There is a clock and the heading “It’s almost time” on display, alongside an “American Gringo” logo, which may or may not be a new nickname for him.
Michelle McCool and Natalya Neidhart have had some legitimate heat between them recently. McCool has apparently been taking Neidhart to task over the way she works, trying to teach her the correct WWE style, which has rubbed her the wrong way.
Jim Ross had the following to say about Trevor Murdoch’s recent mutually-agreed upon release from WWE – “It was surprising to see that likable Trevor Murdoch was released this week from the WWE. This one really caught me off guard as I personally always liked the Harley Race trained wrestler who I know will land on his feet and continue to grow in the business that he loves. I was looking forward to calling Murdochâ€™s Smackdown bouts but, as The King always says, one canâ€™t grieve forever. I do wish Murdoch nothing but success and great health. This business is all about challenges and obstacles and how one handles them.” You can read the rest of JR’s latest blog entry here, with comments on his new work schedule and the possibility of Smackdown going live later this year.
Mike Adamle put his foot in it backstage recently when he asked The Tazz if ECW was an hour-long or a half-hour show. Adamle has a reputation as a nice person but is still the butt of a lot of jokes due to his many gaffes. He is also said to disappear for long periods of time backstage with nobody knowing where he has gone.
Diamond Dallas Page discusses his YRGWorkout.com yoga website with the Miami Herald here.
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