Posted On January 21, 2012By Daniel PenaIn News

Jim Ross Involved In Car Accident, Ryback Works Live Event

– Jim Ross was involved in an automobile accident Saturday. He is fine. He tweeted, “Bad hit by a pickup..totaled my Escalade or so body shop thinks. Seat belt and airbag saved me.” — We recently put a bunch of rare WWE merchandise items up on eBay for auction starting at very low prices. Merchandise includes WWE DVDs, WWE Videogames, WWE T-Shirts, WWE Baseball Caps, WWE Bags, featuring John Cena, Triple H, WWE Legends and more. You can check out the auction at — ‘be a STAR,’ theRead More

Posted On January 10, 2012By Daniel PenaIn News

Cena Honored To Be With Fruity Pebbles, Helms Having Surgery

– has published a press release on John Cena’s partnership with Post Fruity Pebbles, which includes a collectable cereal box and an instant-win promotion awarding a VIP meet-and-greet with the talent. “It is truly an honor to team up with Post Fruity Pebbles. After all, who doesn’t dream of being on a cereal box one day?” said Cena. “I am proud that the partnership also spreads awareness about the life-changing wishes granted by the Make-A-Wish Foundation, and ‘be a STAR’s’ anti-bullying message of showing tolerance and respect.” — FormerRead More

Posted On December 15, 2011By Steven PachecoIn Columns

One Count Kickout – WWE: Be a Hypocrite

Follow @OneCountKickout The One Count Kickout Blog Got Facebook?  Like the One Count Kickout We’ve all seen those promos on WWE television.  Various WWE Superstars gathering and voicing their opinions about the evils of bullies and how important it is for all of us to put a stop to it.  They talk about the “be a STAR” program which is dedicated to creating a “positive and equitable social environment for everyone regardless of age, race, religion or sexual orientation through grassroots efforts beginning with education and awareness.” The “be aRead More

Posted On August 20, 2011By Daniel PenaIn News

Critic of WWE’s Anti-bullying Campaign Issues Retraction

Lisa Wright, program director of the national non-profit organization Council for Unity, has issued a retraction and an apology regarding her criticism of the Be a STAR Alliance’s anti-bullying campaign with WWE. Wright wrote a letter earlier this week criticizing their campaign after receiving an e-mail concerning the numerous “fat jokes” being directed towards performer Vickie Guerrero on television. She asked how the organization’s partnership with WWE fits their mission to show tolerance and respect since professional wrestling consists of name calling and threats culminating in violence. She concluded herRead More