Live Audio Wrestling Tag

The woman portraying Claire Lynch—purportedly pregnant with AJ Styles’ child—on Impact Wrestling is Julia Reilly, an Orlando-based actress and model. After her identity was exposed last week by Live Audio Wrestling and across wrestling message boards, Reilly made a concerted effort to erase her Internet presence. Her official website,, had featured her lengthy resume of television commercial appearances, as well as photos and videos, but all content was removed following the outing. She also has a YouTube channel featuring her demo videos, such as herself selling RoboMops on theRead More

Posted On April 7, 2012By Owen PattersonIn News

Survivor Series Location, Zbyszko Acknowledges Death Rumors

– Live Audio Wrestling says Survivor Series is expected to take place on Sunday, November 18 at the Consol Energy Center in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. – Rumors of Larry Zbyszko’s demise are untrue, according to and The rumor originated on a Twitter account claiming to be the official account of Zbyszko. His legitimate account is located at He acknowledged the rumors Friday night, writing: * I AM NOT DEAD !! I can never die !! I am the Living Legend… * This is my one and only realRead More

Posted On April 3, 2012By StaffIn News

Eve Addresses WrestleMania Heel Turn, Garcia Thanks Fans, More

– Sunday night at WrestleMania XXVIII, Eve accompanied Zack Ryder to the ring for the match between Team Johnny and Team Teddy. Eve subsequently distracted Ryder, costing him and Team Teddy the bout. She added further insult to injury after the match by hitting Ryder below the belt, thus completely her heel turn. Eve explained the next night on Raw that she used Ryder to get her “WrestleMania moment.” She added further on Twitter, “I feel on top of the world right now and don’t feel the need to explainRead More
Colt Cabana joined Live Audio Wrestling this past Sunday night for 40-minute chat discussing a variety of topics including the success of the ‘Art of Wrestling’, his recent tour with Pro Wrestling NOAH, working without a national platform and a more. The full interview is available here. Highlights are as follows: Podcast success and comparisons to comedian Marc Meron: “I had been fired by WWE, I was watching my career go on a down slope. I didn’t know how much longer the buzz of, “Scotty Goldman’s back on the IndysRead More

Posted On November 17, 2011By Daniel PenaIn News

Mother Of DH Smith Says WWE Did Not Want Him To Succeed

Diana Hart Smith, the outspoken mother of Harry Smith (a/k/a David Hart Smith), continues to criticize WWE brass following his recent departure from the organization. She attribute his lack of success to company heads having it in for her son. “I don’t think WWE wanted to see DH/Harry succeed there. Maybe (Davey Boy Smith) had ribbed an existing agent who took it out on Harry,” she wrote on Twitter. “Not sure of the WWE Creative’s logic, but they didn’t want fans to see how exceptional Harry is.” The third generationRead More

Posted On November 5, 2011By Daniel PenaIn News

David Hart Smith Says WWE Didn’t Give Him A Fair Chance

Live Audio Wrestling recently welcomed former WWE talent Harry Smith (a/k/a David Hart Smith) to discuss a variety of topics. The full interview can be heard accessed here. Highlights from the interview are as follows: How long he’s been training MMA and who he is working with: “I’ve had a lot of interest in mixed martial arts actually since before I got signed with WWE. I was training a little bit in jiu jistu, I was an amateur wrestler a little bit before. I ended up getting into contact withRead More

Posted On October 18, 2011By Daniel PenaIn News

Kevin Nash Says Scott Hall Has Re-Entered Rehab

Kevin Nash stated during last week’s episode of Live Audio Wrestling (available here) that Scott Hall has re-entered rehab. Stephanie McMahon, WWE’s Executive Vice President of Creative Development and Operations, appears in E:60‘s story on Hall’s descent from wrestling superstar to a broken man battling alcoholism and drug addiction (airing Wednesday night on ESPN). She says WWE has sent Hall to rehab multiple times and spent “in the six figures” on efforts to help him get sober. “It’s the most amount of money we’ve spent on anyone,” McMahon said. “IRead More

Posted On May 9, 2011By StaffIn News

Kevin Nash Speaks Out on Scott Hall: “His Health is Bad”

Kevin Nash recently appeared on Live Audio Wrestling and had the following to say on Scott Hall and his current condition: “These people will say things like ‘you need to have an intervention’ or someone said ‘you need to take Scott fishing without alcohol’ and no one grasps the severity of what this situation is. This is someone that has been to rehab nine times and probably walked out three to four times. He’s been in and out of hospitals for the last year and a couple of times –Read More

Posted On January 24, 2011By StaffIn News

Bret Hart Says He’d Induct Shawn Michaels Into WWE Hall Of Fame

WWE Hall of Famer Bret “The Hitman” Hart was a guest on Sunday night’s Live Audio Wrestling radio show on Sirius XM. Among the topics discussed was the announcement that Shawn Michaels will be joining him in the Hall of Fame during WrestleMania weekend in April. Visit to download an MP3 of Bret’s appearance on the LAW show. Hart says despite the long standing issues he and Shawn had in the past, they buried the hatchet last year when he returned to WWE television on January 4th and remainRead More

Posted On November 14, 2010By Daniel PenaIn News

Tatanka Appearing On Raw, Sluggish Mania Ticket Sales, More

– Tickets for WrestleMania XXVII went on sale to the public yesterday. It’s said to be the slowest advance in years. — With most of the WWE crew overseas, those in Atlanta promoting WrestleMania XXVII besides Shawn Michaels and Triple H were Ricky Steamboat, Evan Bourne and the Bella Twins. — Former WWE talent Chris Chavis (a/k/a Tatanka) was on hand for yesterday’s Ring of Honor event in Mississauga, Ontario and confirmed to Live Audio Wrestling that he was contacted by WWE official John Laurinaitis to appear on tomorrow’s “OldRead More

Posted On November 4, 2010By Daniel PenaIn News

Wrestler Removed From TNA Roster, Anderson Confirms Return

– Mr. Anderson told Live Audio Wrestling that he will miss Sunday’s Turning Point pay-per-view and subsequent iMPACT! tapings, but will return to the ring on Nov. 12 for a live event in Nashville, Tennessee. He was sidelined after suffering a concussion from a chair shot he received from Jeff Hardy last month at an iMPACT! taping. In a separate note, his wife underwent ankle surgery on Oct. 27. — The official TNA Wrestling website has removed Suicide from its roster page. The video game based character was portrayed byRead More