Linda Bollea (Hogan) is getting PAID!
Olympic gold medalist Kurt Angle discusses the Games of the Olympiad.
Good little interview with CM Punk from Time Out Chicago. My favorite line, “Actually, Iâ€™m not allowed to wear my street clothes on TV because Vince McMahon says I donâ€™t look like CM Punk when Iâ€™m not in my gear.” That Vinny Mac is such a card!
SoCal Val loves her job.
Photos of Mickey Rourke in Darren Aronofsky’s “The Wrestler”. He sort of reminds me of Jerry Lynn in the bloody, in-ring photo.
Former Army Sergeant and ECW World Champion Bobby Lashley is about to make his MMA debut for American Fight League.
Good Old JR writes about feedback to his review of Brock Lesnarâ€™s latest MMA fight.
More from JR…
The Ayatollah of Rock-and-Rolla, the party host for the new millennium, the first ever undisputed champion and the lead singer of Fozzy, the one and only Chris Jericho will host Fuse TV’s new reality show “Redemption Song”. According to Fuse TV, “The series follows ten women as they compete for a last chance at musical stardom. The winner will receive a major record deal and star in a music video to air on Fuse.” Premiers Wednesday, October 29 at 11pm ET.
In a recent SLAM! Sports interview, Batista speaks candidly about his displeasure with his current feud against John Cena, his negative thoughts regarding Mike Adamle as RAW General Manager, his take on the latest round of roster cuts, his perception of Khali’s wrestling skill (pot calling the kettle black?) and several other topics.
On the point of the first singles meeting between Cena and Batista having a lackluster build, former WWE writer Seth Mates concurs, calling it “awful”.
Recently released (again?!) WWE wrestler Shannon Moore discusses his future. I always thought he was talented, and with his unique look he could be a force in a more cruiserweight-friendly environment. Good luck, Mr. Moore.
American Gladiator Matt Morgan will send his DNA to space. You know, because he’s the “most genetically-jacked, athletically stacked giant in the world.” OK…
WWE.com hypes “Scorpion King 2” featuring UFC Champ Randy Couture.
Also on WWE.com is a Randy Orton puff-piece from London (pre-injury).
John Cena recenlty made two appearances for the Make-A-Wish Foundation. Whether you love or hate his TV character or in-ring skills, Cena is one hell of a good guy in real life, and I think the industry and WWE should be proud of him.
OrlandoSentinel.com interviewed Mark Henry, and guess what? Now that he has a world title belt, he has forgiven Michael Hayes. Fancy that.
Former WWE Diva (and Survivor contestant) Ashley Massaro appeared at a strip club in Long Island?
Mr. Kennedy provides an injury update on his blog.
Howard Finkel’s blog? Really? Is that news, Fingers? Well, I guess he is the longest running non-McMahon employee of the WWWF/WWF/WWE… Alright, fine.
Katie Lea blogs on WWE Fan Nation. Whoopee!
The next blog update comes from the daughter of the Anvil, Natalya.
WTF? Referee Marty Elias blogs? Who cares? Does every WWE employee have their own web slot these days? Anyway, here’s the link.
The Shaman of Sexy is a poet.
And finally, more superstar profiles have been added to WWE.com’s Fan Nation.
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