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Re: WWE Atricles 2010
Post on Sat Mar 13, 2010 8:53 pm by kane
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Quick hits on WWE Superstars

ē The main reason I enjoy watching WWE Superstars every week is because it doesnít require me to think too much. Unlike Raw, Impact, WWE NXT and Smackdown, Superstars focuses on wrestling matches and offers basically nothing in regard to story lines. Itís a nice change of pace, especially because the matches are usually good and the show allows wrestlers who are under-utilized on Raw and Smackdown to get some TV time and not have to always end up staring up at the lights. All four matches on Thursday nightís show were decent and featured many of my favorite mid-card performers.

ē I enjoy watching Dolph Ziggler and Shelton Benjamin work together, although I wish their match would have been the main event Ė and thus had more than just four or five minutes. Since Benjamin won their last meeting, I knew Ziggler would go over in this one. Benjamin came out looking strong in defeat since he kicked out of The Zig Zag before falling victim to the sleeper hold. I like that the old sleeper hold has become a finisher.

ē Two things came to mind as I was watching Ziggler: 1. Itís a real shame he canít cut a main event-level promo, because he has all the other necessary attributes Ė a great look, in-ring ability and cocky heel charisma; 2. If Ziggler was in TNA, he would be much better-suited for the role of Ric Flairís protege than A.J. Styles. No disrespect to Styles, but itís just a bad fit for him.

ē There was an awkward spot during the Ziggler-Benjamin match when they appeared to butt heads on a move in which they were coming off the top turnbuckle. Iím not sure exactly what they were going for on that one.

ē The main event, which saw Christian and MVP defeat Carlito and Chavo Guerrero, had a lot of action. I like that WWE is having the WWE NXT rookies (Heath Slater and Michael Tarver in this instance) at ringside when their mentors are wrestling.

ē Goldust pulling off his Final Cut finisher on a guy the size of Mike Knox was impressive. And speaking of impressive, a monster such as Knox delivering dropkicks and crossybody blocks is pretty remarkable. With every match he loses Ė which is every match that heís in Ė Iím more dumbfounded as to why WWE isnít doing something with him. Itís especially perplexing because Vince McMahon is known to favor big men (yes, I know that I sound like a broken record when it comes to Knox).

ē The Zack Ryder-Santino Marella match was entertaining. It used to bother me that Marella never won, as I thought WWE could do something with him as a Honky Tonk Man-type character ( a guy who comes off as a joke but always finds a way to either win or avoid defeat). But now that itís crystal clear that Marella is around strictly for yuks Ė which Iím OK with since heís very good in a comedic role Ė Iím really glad that he didnít defeat Ryder.

ē Is it just me or is Rosa Mendes getting better looking every week?

Source:weblogs.baltimoresun.com
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Re: WWE Atricles 2010
Post on Sat Mar 13, 2010 9:09 pm by kane
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BRET HART TALKS ABOUT WHY HE WENT BACK TO WWE AFTER SAYING HE NEVER WOULD

Bret Hart's 3/11 interview with Michael Landsberg from Off The Record in Canada is now online.

Right off the back, Landsberg asked Hart why he came back to WWE. He said he was a 52 year old man sitting at home and wanted to go out and have some fun. He reiterated that he approached WWE about coming back and wanted to have fun. He touched on a number of other interesting subjects.

Source: www.pwinsider.com


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Re: WWE Atricles 2010
Post on Sat Mar 13, 2010 9:30 pm by kane
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SMACKDOWN RATING

The February 26 edition of Smackdown did a 2.0 rating with 3,443,000 viewers.

Source: www.pwinsider.com
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WWE takes a stand on chair shots to the head
Post on Thu Mar 18, 2010 8:16 am by kane
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WWE takes a stand on chair shots to the head

WWE has officially banned chair shots to the head. WWE spokesman Robert Zimmerman told The Hartford Courant that the company added the clause to its concussion management program in January.

Here is an excerpt from the policy, which appears on WWEís corporate Web site:

The WWE penalizes through fine and/or suspension the following:

ē The intentional use of a folding metal chair to ďstrikeĒ an opponent in the head.
ē Any blow to the head that is deemed an INTENTIONAL act


This is a great move by WWE, and hopefully every company from TNA down to the independents will follow its lead. Considering what we know about concussions, it should be Ė pardon the pun Ė a no-brainer. Iíve been backstage at wrestling shows and witnessed firsthand the damage a vicious chair shot to the head can do.

Using chairs as weapons to get heat for matches and angles are a staple of pro wrestling, but a chair shot to the back will accomplish the same goal and obviously is significantly safer than a blow to the head.

Source:Weblogs.baltimresun.com


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Re: WWE Atricles 2010
Post on Thu Mar 18, 2010 8:17 am by kane
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WWE: Is the PG-Era Better Than the Attitude Era?
Bleacher Report

Now, the WWE has Hollywood script writers handing them lines. P: Are you saying it comes off as phony? CP: Yes, and another thing is the way they're pushing ...


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Re: WWE Atricles 2010
Post on Thu Mar 18, 2010 8:17 am by kane
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WWE boss Linda McMahon takes ten-point lead in Republican race for the Senate
Times Online

The business in question, World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE), is the billion-dollar marketing machine that propelled such oversized pay-per-view heroes and ...


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Re: WWE Atricles 2010
Post on Fri Mar 19, 2010 8:25 am by kane
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WWE News: Details on Bret Hart book signing during WrestleMania weekend & new ...
Pro Wrestling Torch

By James Caldwell, Torch assistant editor -- WWE Hall of Famer Bret Hart is scheduled for a meet & greet autograph appearance on Friday, March 26 during ...


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Re: WWE Atricles 2010
Post on Wed Mar 24, 2010 1:20 pm by kane
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WWE NXT voting criteria, More on WWE RAW, TNA iMPACT! ratings


WWE officially announced voting criteria for the "Pro Poll" on WWE NXT, the first of which takes place on next week's show.

The eight rookies will be evaluated on win-loss record, strength of opponent, work ethic and "it" factor.


As was noted earlier, WWE RAW averaged a 3.24 cable rating Monday, as compared with a 0.86 for TNA iMPACT. Though RAW again dominated iMPACT! in the ratings, the number was quite disappointing for a WrestleMania "go home" show.

Good news for RAW was the fact that there was audience growth from hour one to hour two--the show's 4.51 million viewer average came from 4.141 million viewers in hour one and 4.869 million in hour two. Among adults 18-49, the show did a 1.6 in hour one and a 1.9 in hour two.

iMPACT! averaged 1.173 million viewers with a 0.5 in adults 18-49.

Source: www.lodsofpain.net
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Re: WWE Atricles 2010
Post on Thu Mar 25, 2010 12:56 pm by kane
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Goldberg In Talks With WWE About Returning

Former World Heavyweight Champion Bill Goldberg announced on his Twitter account this evening that heís negotiating with WWE regarding a possible return to the company.

ďYES.. I am in negotiations with the WWE,Ē Goldberg wrote. ďLooks like Ďole Hogan and TNA missed the boat. Shame for the fans they didnít even try.Ē

While Goldberg has been critical of WWE since his departure from the organization in 2004 and repeatedly said he had no interest in returning to wrestle, he acknowledged a change in heart.

ďTruth is I never thought Iíd even consider itÖthen came my son,Ē Goldberg said. ďNo one said Iíd wrestle but the door is open again.Ē

He also added that if he ever steps foot inside a ring again, it will be alongside San Diego Chargers outside linebacker Shawne Merriman. The three-time Pro Bowler is a huge WWE fan to say the least, so much so that he asked their Twitter account on Monday if he could participate in the live chat on WWE.com.

ďAlsoÖ. If I ever did step in the ring again, I have a new tag partner. He goes by the name of ďLights Out!!!! the one and only Shawn MerrimanÖ..updating the old Goldberg/Kevin Greene duo,Ē Goldberg wrote.

Goldberg can be seen on Donald Trumpís reality series The Celebrity Apprentice currently airing on NBC.

Source: www.wrestling-edge.com
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Re: WWE Atricles 2010
Post on Fri Mar 26, 2010 8:57 pm by kane
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WWE News: Details on ten-divas tag match added to WrestleMania 26 PPV
Mar 26, 2010 - 9:55:21 PM

By James Caldwell, Torch assistant editor

After the Vickie Guerrero vs. Beth Phoenix angle on tonight's Smackdown, WWE added a ten-divas tag match to the WrestleMania 26 PPV line-up. The match will feature babyface and heel Divas from both the Raw and Smackdown brands.

One team will be Beth Phoenix, Mickie James, Kelly Kelly, Eve, and Gail Kim against the other team of Vickie Guerrero, Women's champion Michelle McCool, Divas champion Maryse, Layla, and Alicia Fox.

The match rounds out the entire WrestleMania PPV line-up to ten matches, with two matches featuring ten wrestlers (including the Money in the Bank match).

Soruce: pwtorch.com
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Re: WWE Atricles 2010
Post on Fri Mar 26, 2010 9:07 pm by kane
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March 26, 2010

Quick hits on WWE Superstars

ē Tuesdayís episode of WWE NXT was heavy with WrestleMania XXVI video packages, and Thursdayís WWE Superstars was more of the same. There were only two matches on the show.

ē The main event was a good one, as Rey Mysterio and Tyson Kidd had an action-packed 15-minute match. Mysterio won, of course, but Kidd got in a lot of offense and looked strong in defeat.

ē The show opened with Cryme Tymeís music and entrance. I immediately reached for the remote to hit the fast-forward button, but then CM Punkís music played and there was no need for the remote after all. Punk defeated JTG in a singles match to give him a decisive victory heading into Sundayís match against Mysterio at WrestleMania. I was a little disappointed that Punk didnít cut a promo.

ē Matt Striker referred to Mysterio as a ďno-limit soldier.Ē If you were watching WCW in 1999, you know why that terms brings up bad memories.

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Re: WWE Atricles 2010
Post on Fri Mar 26, 2010 9:20 pm by kane
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Latest on the WWE Hall of Fame and a Divas Match at WrestleMania

By Marc Middleton
Mar 26, 2010 - 8:27:31 PM

- Devin sent the following: The Score in Canada will not be airing the WWE Hall Of Fame Ceremony this year and it appears that none of the other Canadian networks have picked it up. Considering that Canada's own Stu Hart is being inducted, some Canadian fans will likely be disappointed that they're unable to see the ceremony this weekend.

- WWE will not be airing tomorrow night's Hall of Fame ceremony on their website like they have in the past. WWE noted on Twitter that the USA Network will be the only place to watch.

- To update the earlier post, Tiffany confirmed on CBS 5 Morning News in Phoenix yesterday that there was a Divas match planned for WrestleMania. It's being speculated that the status of the Divas match at WrestleMania will depend on how they time the rest of the show and what's left.

http://www.lordsofpain.net/news/wwe/7052.html
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Re: WWE Atricles 2010
Post on Fri Mar 26, 2010 9:30 pm by kane
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Ultimate Warrior Reveals Why He Turned Down WWE HOF
by Matt Boone
Mar 26, 2010

The Ultimate Warrior recently posted a new blog stating that he would not be in attendance at WrestleMania this Sunday, nor the Hall Of Fame on Saturday.

Warrior mentioned that he declined WWE's invitation to enter the HOF. The reason Warrior gave was basically contributed to WWE's portrayal of his career in wrestling on the "Self Destruction of The Ultimate Warrior" DVD. He said that the DVD painted Warrior out to be a nut case, unprofessional and a bad wrestler and if that was the case, why would they be inducting him into their Hall Of Fame.

Source: www.Wrestlezone.com


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Re: WWE Atricles 2010
Post on Sat Mar 27, 2010 9:57 am by kane
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March 27, 2010

Q&A with Shawn Michaels

Shawn Michaels, one of the most celebrated stars in WWE history, could be wrestling his final
match on Sunday at WrestleMania XXVI. Heíll be facing The Undertaker in a highly anticipated rematch from last yearís WrestleMania, and if Michaels does not end The Undertakerís WrestleMania undefeated streak, he will be forced to retire.

I conducted a phone interview with the man known as ďMr. WrestleManiaĒ last week. Among the topics discussed were whether he is ready to legitimately walk away from the business, his feelings about Ric Flair wrestling again, and what his backstage meeting with Bret Hart in January was like.


You and The Undertaker had what a lot of people say is the greatest match in WrestleMania history, and perhaps one of the greatest matches, period. Do you feel pressure to top it? Can you top it?

Yes thereís the pressure, and Iím not sure [laughs]. Heck, Kevin, you and I speak every year about this time, and I guess itís a good thing that you ask me, ďWell, can you top last year?Ē I always tell you Iím certainly going to do my best. I do have to say, last year ó there arenít many times Iíve come out of the ring when I havenít felt like, ďOh, you know, I could have done something better.Ē I look back at things and I can be real critical of myself ó I could have changed this or changed that. Thatís one that I donít know that I can say that with. So weíre there again wondering if Taker and I can do it. I think that with the stipulation and some of the changes, that helps you out. I think what really helps is the emotional connection that both Undertaker and I have with the WWE fans ó I think that goes a long way for us.

I think The Career vs. The Streak, the inevitability of that stipulation and knowing that something has to come to an end, helps a bunch and will obviously add to our match. Physically or time-wise will all of those things be the same, I donít know, but I think as you know, the most important thing to me is for the story and all of that to be profound, and at the end of all of it you go, ďWow, that was special.Ē I think after a couple days people can go back and analyze it and look at it and go, ďWell, you know, it wasnít as good here, it wasnít as good there,Ē but we really have to make sure that we focus on the instant reaction of impacting the audience, and hopefully if we do that, we will have done our job. But itís a tall order. Believe me, we all are aware of that.

What was going through your mind when The Undertaker had that horrible landing on the dive over the top rope? Did you think that something tragic had happened?

I was pushing one guy and didnít actually see the impact, but I remember looking over and seeing the little indention and obviously being concerned, but he was moving, so I figured that was good. You hear the gasp of the people. Unfortunately for The Undertaker, we sort of get accustomed to thinking heís 10-feet tall and bulletproof, and a lot of times that works against the poor guy. I think certainly thatís something that weíre aware of and cognizant of that, even in respect to one another. Weíre two guys that a lot of folks see as warriors who can do everything under the sun, and we can pull one another aside and know otherwise. We can do our best, but all you can do in a situation like that is give each other a squeeze and let each other know weíre moving on, and itís like everything ó weíll worry about it afterward.

Can you describe what it was like to meet with Bret Hart backstage when he made his return?

As he has mentioned, it was pretty brief as far as what we wanted to do out there. That was very brief because we did want it to be as real and as fresh as it could be. In addition to talking to one another about that, it was very open and very honest, and I certainly have to say from my perspective, nice. It was important to me to talk to him face to face. All you can do is sort of bare your soul in front of somebody and let it go from there, and thatís certainly what I did. I remember way back when I first came to WWE and how we used to get along, and it was nice and it was pleasant. And to have that now is nice. I know for a lot of people it may seem strange, but for he and I itís a nice place to be. I look back on my return in 2002 and so many things have gone full circle, and to be where he and I are at now, itís one of those things where you say, ďMan, second chances are really nice.Ē Everybody doesnít always get them. You know me, Iím a little deep and a little goofy about that stuff, but itís important. In a strange business and in a business that, heaven forbid, you show your heart, youíre going to be called a bunch of stuff and made fun of constantly, but for me

Did you have any trepidation at all about being face to face with him? He had said on more than one occasion that if he ever saw you again he was going to punch you in the face.

I guess there is a certain amount of that, but I suppose thatís one of those areas where that rebellious attitude that I had years ago allowed me to do a lot of things that I wouldnít ordinarily do, and although its toned down and not nearly as obnoxious as it once was, itís still there in the form of boldness. I have to be honest: It helps knowing that if it does happen, itís halfway justified or understandable. Iím really way OK with stuff like that. There was the, ďHey, you donít know whatís going to happen,Ē but the desire that something was going to happen is better than it being out there forever and never truly resolved.

What are your thoughts on Ric Flair wrestling again? Are you disappointed? Did he talk to you about it?

He did call me. He called me once to let me know he was going to do the [Hulk] Hogan match in Australia. He wanted to know if it was OK and I of course told him that it was. Then he called me again when he was going to sign with TNA and asked the same thing. Thereís nothing you can say. I certainly donít have what it takes to look at somebody and say, ďDonít go make a living.Ē I told him that, for me, nothing can take away that special moment. It will still always be to me that I had Ric Flairís last match. I tried to do the best job I could for him. I think it was a special moment. Anything after that [pauses]. I feel for him, but Iím certainly not angry or disappointed or anything. I would like to think that Ric probably would have liked that to have been his last match, too. The fact that it couldnít be, I understand. Those are circumstances that I certainly canít control.

One of the things you have to understand is that if youíre going to be a friend of Ricís, you sort of know that thereís some baggage that comes along with that. Certainly the older I get the more Iím learning about conditional situations, and the difference between that and unconditional ó unconditional friendship, unconditional love. All those types of things we can talk about but itís a whole other thing to put them into action. I do my best to put them into action. I want whatís best for Ric, even if Ric might not always be aware of what that is, I still want that for him. Nothing will take away from that moment. Itís sill truly special. I still wear my watch every day, so itís still something Iím really proud of. [Note: Michaels had matching diamond Rolex watches made for he and Flair to commemorate their match.]

Can you talk about what life was like for you between 1998 and 2002 ó the four years that you werenít wrestling ó and the changes that you made?

I didnít go through a lot of missing the ring and missing being out there. The anger was more about not being able to finish something on your own terms that you started. Being forced out ó even if its your own fault ó is probably the area where I struggled the most. It never really occurred to me that, ďTheyíre going into the biggest economic boom weíve ever had and youíre missing it,Ē because Iíve truthfully never done it for the money. I mean it was a plus, but it wasnít the main reason. The start of the change for me came with meeting Rebecca. Starting there, seeing something that was more important than you and more important than wrestling and more important than having to leave something when you didnít want to. And then the stakes got upped with the birth of our son. Again, thereís something else thatís more important than you, more important than wrestling. That slowly led to my salvation, and thatís the ultimate to where you sort of find out that it isnít all about you. I think for me, everything that I went through came from a severe case of insecurity. Insecurity comes from wanting affirmation, and I think the idea that through salvation I had this affirmation from the end all be all of dads and fathers.

Again, for me, it was constantly seeking someoneís approval, and trying to find that in wrestling and wrestling matches and then even trying to find that in Rebecca and then in our son. As wonderful as all of those were, theyíre not going to measure up. You end up putting what sometimes is put one me in the wrestling business ó an unattainable standard. Rebeccaís a human being, my sonís a human being ó theyíre flawed. And seeking approval in the wrestling business ó heck, itís a flawed business, itís just not going to happen. So the idea that you then go to Almighty God for your affirmation and the realization that, ďI like you for the way you are.Ē I can remember us reading a book to our son when he was very little, and it was, ďGod made you and God doesnít make mistakes.Ē So for whatever reason, as screwed up as I was, he built me this way for a particular reason, so then the only thing was for me to figure out what that reason was. I think through time Iíve slowly started to figure that out.

Thatís why I came back. I had a gift to do this. It just wasnít used in the right way. If weíre not a good steward of what God gives us, he takes it away. I think thatís what happened. I wasnít a good steward of the gift that he gave me in this line of work. I abused it so he took it away. Iíve tried to come back and use it in a positive way. Itís him, family and then your job. I work on being a good husband and a good father after that, and then whatís left over from those things, I apply to my work. Itís not the end all be all anymore, but I still feel like Iíve done a good job at it and Iíve been faithful at it. But everybody does understand that at 11:06 on Monday, Iím done. You can call all you want during the week, but I donít take part in it and when I show up Monday, I will be there and I will do my job to the best of my ability, but then after that Iím done again.

Iíve read that one of the reasons you have always wanted to be on Raw and not Smackdown is because the Smackdown schedule would conflict with your bible study group. Is that true?

Yeah. Tuesday nights was my Bible study, Wednesday was mine and my sonís that we went to, and my wife and daughterís. It would throw a monkey wrench into that, and thatís a big part of our life. You can switch my schedule around but I may not be the employee for you that Iíve been ó you tell me which one you want more [laughs]. Yes, that is the reason. I also understand that I get held to a different standard than other Christians do in this business. It isnít like Iím the only one. But other ones can play bad guys on TV and people can say itís a character. I do something and they go, ďOh, heís compromising on his faith.Ē [laughs]. Heck, I get in trouble with a bunch of church folk every time I do the DX thing. I know that people are as sure as theyíre standing there that they know about my life, they know who I am and they know how I am ó and thatís cool. All I can do is tell them at the end of the day is, you donít [laughs]. What you see on TV and even what you see in the airport, when I walk out the door, Shawn Michaels takes over. But unless youíre inside this house every day, you donít know. And thatís OK. But itís important that my wife and children get the man that they bargained for.

First, how banged up are you at the moment? Second Ė and I realize that you canít give anything away about Sundayís match ó do you feel like you're ready to retire?

One, I feel OK, but getting banged up and certainly getting to the point where feeling OK is not always good enough anymore. The bottom line is thatís why I agreed to the stipulation. Iím ready for whatever decision people want to make. With a lot of guys thereís a lot of anxiety and emotion when they make that decision [to retire]. I donít want to say itís not emotional, because it is, but I feel very peaceful about it. I guess thatís why I feel no matter which way the pendulum swings, itís OK. Itís like laying there on the machine and the machineís keeping you alive and you just know when somebodyís at peace with going and they flip the switch. Itís important to me to not jerk the fans around ó I donít want to do that. So whatever decision is made Iím going to go with that. I suppose in a perfect world Iíd like to be able to say farewell and do a little go-around and say goodbye, but if that isnít in the cards, thatís OK, too. If I gotta go, Iím gonna go, and I will be up front. If I come back, Iíd look at people and go, ďItís because I need the money.Ē [laughs] I feel like Shawn Michaels, that character, could get away with that, and that would be the only reason.

I donít think Iím going to go through the ďHeís gotta have that feel. Heís gotta go back to it.Ē I think you can have that stuff without getting in the ring. Heck, I can still walk out there and do something and get to kick somebody and get that feeling, so I donít necessarily buy into that one. I will tell you this, Kevin, honestly, as much as I enjoy the question every year of how are you going to follow last year, it gets to be a tough thing to live up to on a regular basis, and I mean that with as much humility as you can say it with. Iím very thankful that I get that question, but itís just, you know, you get to be 44 and it gets harder to do. Itís like a guy on a wire, for the first time he looks down and he realizes heís on a wire. All these years Iíve been going along and Iíve never really looked down from the wire. And then you wonder, ďWell, if I slip will they catch me or will they watch me fall?Ē Iíve got an opportunity that most people donít get ó to go out with my head held high and be able to hear, ďHe didnít stay around too long. His last ďxĒ amount of years were really special.Ē I donít know anybody that gets that opportunity. Thatís important to me and Iíd like to do that before I slip on that wire.

Source: weblogs.baltimoresun.com
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Re: WWE Atricles 2010
Post on Sat Mar 27, 2010 1:42 pm by kane
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Matt Hardy Comments on Jeff Returning to WWE, NXT Result from Axxess
LordsofPain.net

In a chat on Fancast.com yesterday, [color:1643=#000]Matt Hardy said he believes his brother Jeff will be back in WWE. Matt said: "It's one of those things. ...

I will post more of this later tonight.


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Re: WWE Atricles 2010
Post on Sat Mar 27, 2010 1:44 pm by kane
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WWE shares hit 52-week high

"We continue to view WWE shares favorably due to steady cash flows and dividends , an expected surge in consumer products revenue and a near-term catalyst in ...


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Re: WWE Atricles 2010
Post on Sun Mar 28, 2010 11:44 am by kane
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(WWE) Vince McMahon Workout Video, Burchill Bookings, 'Mania News
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WWE.com has a video of Vince McMahon working out for his match with

Bret Hart tonight. Video packages on the various Hardcore title matches at WrestleMania ...


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Re: WWE Atricles 2010
Post on Sun Mar 28, 2010 11:46 am by kane
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26 Wrestlemania Video WM WWE: Watch Free Live Streaming Video Online: Free WWW ...
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Sunday March 28, 2010 is today and we're only about 8 hours away from

WWE Wrestlemania action! Everyone wants to know if they should buy the Pay-Per-View or ...


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Hearbreak Kid yo Retire form WWE
Post on Mon Mar 29, 2010 7:42 am by kane
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Heartbreak Kid to Retire from WWE
Source: Real TV Addict

Many a wrestling fan will be disappointed this morning to learn that after last nightís Wrestlemania XXVI match between The Undertaker and Shawn Michaels, Michaels will retire this year from the squared circle.
Hype centered around The Undertaker and Michaels has been brewing in the weeks leading up to Wrestlemania, with Michaels promising weekly to end The Undertakerís Wrestlemania winning streak. With the stakes high and tensions continually rising, the drama around the match began to focus on Michaelsí retirement if he lost.

During the match, Michaels held off The Undertaker again and again, until The Undertaker defended his long-running winning streak with a knock-out tombstone followed by a shocking three-count. After the match, the arena was in shock, as Michaels exited stage right for what could be the last time as a wrestler.

Weíve all heard this before. Wrestlers get injured, are forced to retire, but after they recover they make a big comeback. The question is, will Michaels come back? Backstage after the event, he is seen kissing his wife while his young son looks on. It is a relieved and very telling kiss that Michaels followed with the words, ďItís time for me to be a husband and a daddy.Ē

He also admitted that heíll probably always be a part of the business. Like many a wrestler, the business is in their blood, and itís near impossible to walk away. Either way, after a twenty-two year wrestling career with the WWE, HBK deserves a comfortable retirement.

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Re: WWE Atricles 2010
Post on Sat Apr 17, 2010 7:53 pm by kane
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WWE News: Chris Jericho says he could walk away from WWE; why he's sticking around
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Jericho says the young stars in WWE have too many expectations on them and he wants to help them ease into main event spots. Just in the last few months, ...


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Re: WWE Atricles 2010
Post on Sun Apr 25, 2010 9:12 pm by kane
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Former WWE Star Chyna Accused of Assault
Post on Thu Apr 29, 2010 2:10 pm by kane
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Wrestling Starlet Chyna in LAPD Beating Investigation

By PopEater Staff Posted Apr 29th 2010 02:34PM
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Former WWE wrestler Chyna is allegedly under investigation for her role in a violent altercation in Los Angeles, and according to TMZ sources, the accuser said that the situation became so intense (complete with punching, hair-pulling, etc.) that she felt her life was in danger.

No arrests have been made regarding the incident, and attempts to contact Chyna have gone unanswered.
According to the TMZ report, the Los Angeles Police Department is looking into claims made by Gabriela Targos, alleging that on April 24, Chyna -- whose real name is Joanie Laurer -- asked her to meet up at a motel. However, upon Targos' arrival, the wrestling pro and former 'Surreal Life' and 'Celebrity Rehab' star "immediately snapped and began attacking her for no reason."

During the incident, TMZ reports that Chyna, 39, allegedly punched Targos, beat her with a wire hanger, dragged her by her hair and threatened her life. The incident only came to an end when Targos escaped the motel room, ran down the street and flagged down police officers.

During her time on 'Celebrity Rehab,' Laurer struggled to admit that she had an addiction to steroids or any other substances, and claimed she was on the show voluntarily.

In December of 2008, Chyna was rushed to the hospital after having too many drinks at her own birthday party, where friends found her passed out with cuts on her arms. Upon arrival at the hospital, she was so intoxicated that doctors were unable to perform a psychological test.

Chyna shot to fame in the late '90s during her time with the WWE, where she was known as "The Ninth Wonder of the World" because of her massive frame and muscles. Since she was so much larger than all of the other female wrestlers in the company, Chyna would often face off with men.

She later gained further notoriety when a sex tape she made with a fellow wrestler was leaked.

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Re: WWE Atricles 2010
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