Archive for the ‘Interviews’ Category

Bad blood brewing between Scott Steiner, Hulk Hogan


– Mike Mooneyham

It’s a match that will never happen, although social media and Internet sites stirred the pot last week regarding an incident involving Hulk Hogan (Terry Bollea) and Scott Steiner (Scott Rechsteiner).

Celebrity gossip website TMZ.com reported that Hogan’s wife, Jennifer Bollea, told police that Steiner threatened to kill her husband.

 

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Sting vs. Undertaker: Too late for an epic? … Top diva AJ Lee ‘retires’ … Justin Roberts questions WWE motives


– Mike Mooneyham

It would have been one of the most anticipated matches in the modern history of professional wrestling.

For the past couple of decades fans have yearned for “The Ultimate Showdown: The Icon vs. The Phenom.”

 

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WWE Hall of Famer Mick Foley through the years

 

Mick Foley’s pro wrestling career, which included three stints as WWE Champion, culminated with his induction into the WWE Hall of Fame during an induction ceremony at Madison Square Garden on April 6, 2013. Whether in or out of the ring, the Ward Melville High School alumnus has always kept busy. He’s a two-time New York Times No. 1 best-selling author, and has settled into wrestling retirement by going on the road as a stand-up comedian and training to become Santa Claus. (It’s a fitting endeavor for a man who keep a year-round Christmas room in his Long Island home.)

 

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The Tragic Death of Pro Wrestler Pedro Aguayo Ramirez: Pro Wrestling School Owner, Former Wrestler, Bodybuilder, Voice of the Golden Age of Bodybuilding, CYInterview Regular Ric Drasin Comments

__ Chris Yandek

 

Last week, Mexican professional wrestler Pedro Aguayo Ramirez was accidentally killed in the ring during a match with former WWE and WCW superstar Rey Mysterio Jr. The reported autopsy stated trauma to the neck and a cervical fracture as causes of death.

 

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Lesnar re-signing gives new life to Wrestlemania main event


– Mike Mooneyham

 

The anticipation is over.

Wrestlemania, pro wrestling’s version of the Super Bowl, is upon us.

 

And speculation has never been greater for WWE’s premier sports entertainment event.

 

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WWE Hall misses boat on Ray Stevens; Canvas King painting Macho Man; RIP Hijo del Perro Aguayo

– Mike Mooneyham

 

Ray “The Crippler” Stevens was one of the greatest heels in the history of the wrestling business.

Stevens, who died in 1996 at the age of 60, left an indelible mark on the profession during a career that spanned five decades.

 

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WWE to honor true warrior at Hall of Fame ceremony

– Mike Mooneyham

 

With Wrestlemania weekend right around the corner, speculation is running rampant, critics are having a field day, and burning questions abound.

 

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Jim Cornette no fan of today’s pro wrestling


– Josh Stewart

 

Jim Cornette decrees the wrestling business is no more, then a few minutes later rattles off all the stuff he’s doing in the wrestling business.

In Cornette’s mind, there’s zero contradiction. To him, there are two different wrestling businesses: a corporate one he so happily extricated himself from, and a litany of projects he’s immersed himself in to relive and retain the era he holds so dear.

 

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Abdullah The Butcher Auctioning WWE HoF Ring, & More News

– Paul Stratoti

 

Abdullah the Butcher has stated that he supports any initiative to be taken that would put his good friend Ivan Koloff into the WWE Hall of Fame.

 

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Jon Stewart of The Daily Show confronts Seth Rollins on WWE Monday Night Raw

– Josh Stewart

 

Jon Stewart hasn’t even left “The Daily Show” yet, and is already finding new work — in professional wrestling.

Stewart confronted WWE superstar Seth Rollins on “Monday Night Raw,” the culmination of a back-and-forth that started when Rollins said on a previous edition of “Raw” that he could make Stewart’s show “watchable” by hosting after Stewart leaves sometime this year.

 

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