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- On this week’s “Santino’s Foreign Exchange,” Santino catches up with Superstars and Divas backstage to find out their favorite memories of the epic Raw 1,000. – Jim Powers, who appeared for the World Wrestling Federation from 1984 to 1994, underwent successful hip replacement surgery Thursday and has been transferred to a physical therapy facility so that he can recovery. The surgery was caused by years of abuse he put his body through while working as a professional wrestler. – WWE will hold a Raw live event in Yakima, WashingtonRead More
- During Thursday’s conference call for 2012 second quarter results, WWE Chairman and CEO, Vince McMahon, said he hopes to make an announcement concerning the WWE Network in three months. “I hope next quarter I will be making an announcement on our Network,” McMahon said. McMahon acknowledged a delay in announcing details on the WWE Network. He stated at the last conference call in May that he expected announcement to be made “within the next three months.” – According to, Maria Kanellis will appear at T’s Zone at theRead More
Randy "Macho Man" Savage w / WWE Championship

Posted On May 20, 2012By Richard BoudreauIn Columns

Remembering Randy Savage

On May 20th 2011, the professional wrestling world was shocked and saddened upon hearing the news of the passing of the most charismatic and iconic superstar ever to step foot in the squared circle, Randy “Macho Man” Savage at the age of 58. Randy Savage was more than just a professional wrestler, he was a pop culture phenomenon who transcended from body slams and headlocks to music, television and the movies. Many professional wrestlers that compete today are heavily influenced by his legendary persona, wardrobe and his unbelievable talent inRead More

Posted On April 1, 2012By StaffIn News

Lesnar’s Entourage At Site Of WrestleMania, McGuirk Backstage

– reports Brock Lesnar and his “large entourage” left their hotel a few hours ago for Sun Life Stadium. The website speculates that he may be in a private meeting as his entourage is there but he has not been seen.   – Mike McGuirk, who worked as a ring announcer for the World Wrestling Federation from 1987 through 1993, is backstage at Sun Life Stadium. She works as a real estate agent in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Her son Max was under developmental contract to WWE in 2009 and 2010.Read More
– Jerry Lynn announced at Friday’s Pro Wrestling Syndicate Supercard 2012 event in Rahway, New Jersey that he would be retiring from wrestling competition at the of 2012. Lynn attributes his decision to age as it’s harder to get his body to do what he wants it to do as well as so he can enjoy the quality of life. Lynn, who began his wrestling career in 1988, has worked for Extreme Championship Wrestling, World Championship Wrestling, World Wrestling Federation, Total Nonstop Action Wrestling and Ring of Honor. He isRead More

Posted On November 23, 2011By Daniel PenaIn News

Chyna Says She Dated 1980s WWF Star, Bearer Discusses Austin

– Paul Bearer was interviewed for WWE’s latest Steve Austin video release, Austin: The Bottom Line on the Most Popular Superstar of All Time, and recalls seeing the future Hall of Famer at Chris Adams’ wrestling school in Dallas, Texas. He was teaching the young students how to do interviews and felt Austin stood out before he even saw him showcase his abilities. “So when I first saw Steve, he just stood out. Head and shoulders above ‘em all, before I ever heard him talk or see him get inRead More

Posted On September 2, 2011By Daniel PenaIn News

Dan Spivey Discusses His Long Battle With Drug Addiction

Dan Spivey, who worked for World Championship Wrestling, the World Wrestling Federation and All-Japan Pro Wrestling between 1984 and 1995, openly discussed his long-running battle with substance abuse during an interview with Alex Marvez of the Scripps Howard News Service. Spivey says his troubles with drugs began while on the University of Georgia’s football team in the 1970s. “I would take speed, or black beauties, as we called them back in the old days, when I played,” Spivey said, also mentioning that he became involved with organized gamblers during thatRead More

Posted On December 21, 2010By StaffIn News

Report: Hulk Hogan Checks Into Hospital For Back Surgery

Thanks to for the following: Terry “Hulk Hogan” Bollea checked into a Tampa area hospital for surgery on his back early Tuesday morning. A source told exclusively that Hogan is “ attempting to stabilize his back problems which have grown worse recently. “The idea is to look for real solutions because of the ongoing wear and tear.” The former pro wrestler mayl be in the hospital during the Christmas holiday, according to the source, who adds Hogan could be out as early as the New Year. Hulk shotRead More

Posted On November 3, 2010By Daniel PenaIn News

Gross Amount For Knucklehead, Former WWF Ring Announcer Dies

– Michael Porter, who worked as a ring announcer for World Wrestling Federation live events in the West Coast from 1988 to 1993, died on Oct. 23. His cause of death has yet to be disclosed, but it is said that he was having heart problems. — While the exact gross amount for the two-day theatrical release of WWE Studios’ Knucklehead has yet to be disclosed, the film reportedly garnered less than $1,000 total. It is said that company officials did not expect to make much money off the filmRead More