Who’s the greatest Wrestlemania Legend? Hardy hints at his Mania match. Haas talks life after wrestling. Ventura wants Bud Selig to be treated like Vince McMahon.
WWE.com has the latest round of voting for the “Greatest Legend of Wrestlemania” contest. This week’s field is Undertaker, Ultimate Warrior, Edge, Yokzuna, and Randy Savage. Personally, I’m voting Yoko, because someone ought to. The previous winners were HHH, Shawn Michaels (who edged out Stone Cold), and Hulk Hogan (who edged out the Rock).
The Chicago Tribune has a story on WWE Hall of Famer Jesse Ventura’s calls for MLB Commissioner Bud Selig to be indicted for steroid use in baseball, using the case against Vince McMahon in the ’90s as a rationale.
Jeff Hardy hinted at a Wrestlemania match with Matt (while also calling for wrestlers to join the Screen Actor’s Guild and for wrestling “seasons”) on the Cort and Fatboy Radio Show. You can find the podcast on their website (Jeff’s interview happens in the first 20 minutes of the show).
The Dallas Morning News’s Leslie Garcia has a profile on Charlie Haas and his wife, ex-Diva Jackie. Haas talks about setting up his life after wrestling by opening a fitness store. The article also includes fitness tips from the Haases.
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