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Posted On December 15, 2011By Daniel PenaIn News

Maria Discusses Unhappiness In WWE, Whether She’d Join TNA

Maria Kanellis appeared on World Wrestling Insanity with James Guttman. Interview available at WorldWrestlingInsanity.com. Fans who have never heard Maria outside her WWE character are surprised by her intelligence and humor. A completely different person than the ditzy interviewer fans came to expect, Kanellis has always been positive about her time with WWE, but doesn’t sugarcoat anything either. As James Guttman asks during her ClubWWI.com interview, what surprised her the most when transitioning from WWE fan to performer? Maria answers… “I was surprised by how unhappy people were. It’s theRead More
Orlando Jordan appeared on World Wrestling Insanity, which is available at ClubWWI.com. Highlights from his interview are as follows: The one man shock-and-awe of TNA, Orlando Jordan turned heads with each move he made. Debuting with an outrageous entrance, OJ seemed destined for spectacular things. However, as time went on, the spectacle died down and the gimmick followed suit. As Jordan explains to James Guttman, the idea was never to be another version of Goldust. There were many plans he had for his character, but sometimes you have to compromiseRead More
Former WWE star Billy Gunn appeared on World Wrestling Insanity, which is available at ClubWWI.com. Highlights from his interview are as follows: With a career spanning more than two decades, Kip “Billy Gunn” Sopp has had plenty of high points. To many fans of the WWF Attitude Era, Gunn is most remembered as DX’s “Mr. Ass”. Alongside Road Dogg, X-Pac, Chyna, and Triple H, Billy created some unforgettable TV moments. However, when he left the company in 2004, he made waves with some harsh comments pointed at his former DXRead More
World Wrestling Insanity interview with Shark Boy Host: James Guttman Interview available at WorldWrestlingInsanity.com via ClubWWI. As any visitor to Sharkboy.net can tell you, Sharky has wrestled many of the industry’s top stars. But it was his impression of one that got him a huge TNA reaction. When Shark Boy woke up from his on-air coma, he suddenly thought he was Stone Cold Steve Austin. James Guttman asks about the gimmick and whether Austin was ever contacted by the company to come in. Dean doesn’t think so. Above all else,Read More