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- The latest issue of Men’s Fitness featuring Arnold Schwarzenegger on the cover has a feature on Chris Jericho’s yoga training regimen. – Smith Hart, brother of WWE Hall of Famer Bret Hart, weighed in on Kevin Nash’s remarks dismissing Chris Benoit and Eddie Guerrero as world champions due to their relatively small stature. He tweeted, “I can understand where Kevin Nash is coming from, but I wonder where Shawn Michaels and X-pac fit into his theory.” – According to WrestlingFigs.com, former WWE Superstar Matt Hardy will appear at BodyRead More

Posted On April 24, 2012By PWMania.com StaffIn News

The Rock Honored, Former WWE Diva At Raw, Stacy Keibler, Piper

- The Rock was honored last night by Cinemacon and named the Action Star of the Year. He wrote on Twitter this morning: “ACTION STAR OF THE DECADE – Thank you Cinemacon & Hollywood industry for the huge honor last night. #KickinAssWithASmile” – Former WWE Diva Brandi “Eden Stiles” Reed was backstage with her family at last night’s RAW Supershow from Detroit, Michigan. Her boyfriend is Cody Rhodes. Reed’s family is from Detroit so she flew up to spend time with them and Cody. – Former WWE Diva Stacy KeiblerRead More

Posted On April 19, 2012By PWMania.com StaffIn News

Steve Austin Receives Award, Alberto Del Rio Update, Maxine

- Steve Austin received the Iron Mike Award at the Cauliflower Alley Club Reunion show in Las Vegas last night. Austin was introduced by Jim Ross. Ross wrote on Twitter that it was an honor to introduce Austin and that Austin asked him to do it. – Steve Austin has an interview in the new issue of Men’s Fitness magazine. – Alberto Del Rio was in action at Wednesday’s live event in Sheffield, England. Del Rio won a quick match over Mason Ryan. A fan in attendance wrote that itRead More

Posted On January 29, 2012By PWMania.com StaffIn News

Update On Legends At The Rumble, TLC Buyrate, Miz Doing Media

- December’s WWE TLC pay-per-view drew an estimated at 182,000 buys. That number, which is not finalized, is down from 195,000 buys in 2010 and down from 228,000 in 2008. The preliminary report is based on the average buys reported for Q4 of 2012. The number will likely change, probably for the worse, when the official total is reported as the company includes “average current period buys” in their updated average for each PPV. The fourth quarter’s other events, Hell in a Cell, Vengeance and Survivor Series, all had higherRead More