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Wrestling Tidbits of The Week



These are some interesting wrestling news stories going around this week:

Former WWE Diva and Hall of Famer Sunny, who is no stranger to controversy, recently took to social media to bash ROH’s production quality. Sunny also took a shot at Roderick Strong’s um…well…Roddy. Here’s the comment from her Facebook page: “just stumbled across Ring of Honor on a local TV station… why does their production quality look so shitty??? Next up is the Champion, LayLethal vs. Roderick Strong…. all I have to say about that is Roddy has a tiny weiner…”. Shut up Sunny!

23 more Superstars added to the 2K16 roster, and the updates include: Billy Gunn, Bret Hart, The British Bulldog, Cactus Jack, Christian, Damien Sandow, Dude Love, D-Lo Brown, Farooq, Haku, The Honky Tonk Man, Jake Roberts, Jim Neidhart, Kama Mustafa, Ken Shamrock, Mankind, Paul Wight, Rikishi, Shane McMahon, Shawn Michaels, Vader, Vince McMahon, X-Pac

Happy birthday to former WWF/WWE Women’s Champion Molly Holly, she turns a very modest 39 years old today and still looking good.

There was some speculation after last night’s WWE live event in Fairfax, Virginia that Lana may be injured. She worked the WWE live events on both Friday and Saturday. She would then get involved with Summer Rae during Dolph Ziggler vs. Rusev (again). She did not work Sunday’s show as Ziggler appeared by himself. Lana would hit up Twitter with the following message to fans: “A hero without wounds is not a hero”. Adequately put Lana!

WWE’s Los Matadores are headed to Puerto Rico this month to work a couple of shows for the World Wrestling Council promotion, something they do annually. One of the WWC owners is family member and WWE Hall of Famer Carlos Colon (father of Carlito and Edwin, uncle of Orlando). For the WWC 42 Anniversary shows on September 26th and 27th, Chicky Starr is hyping how he called someone from the United States to help him with Orlando Toledo and La Revolucion. And finally;

Former WWE announcer Todd Pettengill known for his time in the late 80’s and early 90’s and former WCW and current Lucha Underground personality Vampiro, both gave interviews talking about very contrasting subjects. Pettengill said in his interview he enjoyed his time with WWE and would love to return one day. Pettengill said in his interview that he left on good terms and was really close with Kevin Dunn and Michael Cole (whom got his job at WWE in thanks to Pettengill. While that seems like a rather lovely interview about WWE, Ian “Vampiro” Hodgkinson had a very different interview regarding his former employer WCW. The source for this article comes to you via Andrew Ravens, the actual interview was conducted with Stone Cole Steve Austin:

“I f–king hated WCW.” He continued, “WCW could go f–k themselves ten times over. If WCW had a reunion today, I would buy a ticket just to tell them to suck my d–k.”

“I just didn’t fit in, and, at the time, there were a lot, a lot of big dicks swinging,” Vampiro recalled. “There [were] a lot of somas being used, everyone was all steroided out of their minds, there [were] stupid amounts of money, and there wasn’t a lot of room for a new guy like me to come in and light a fire under a lot of people’s asses.”

Vampiro also spoke about his relationship with Konnan and more.

That’s it for now, until next time!

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