One of the most controversial moments in wrestling took place when Eric Bischoff signed Alundra Blayze away from WWE. Well, it turns out that the former WCW president is still close to his former employee. The two of them were spotted hanging out together in Arizona recently.
While WWE is still mulling over the candidates to induct the Ultimate Warrior into the hall of fame during Wrestlemania 30 weekend, CM Punk has revealed that he has asked management for the role. The feeling backstage is that officials are hoping to get Hulk Hogan to do it.
The leading candidate to win the Royal Rumble right now is Batista. WWE is said to want to capitalize on the momentum of his return by throwing him immediately into the main event scene of Wrestlemania 30. A title match against Randy Orton has been heavily discussed backstage.
"Maybe the reason I don’t like you hitting on me isn’t because I’m mean- maybe I’m tired, or taken, or you look like a mass murderer."
- AJ Lee
Former TNA knockout SoCal Val posted an interesting picture of herself riding in a shopping cart.
Mickie James posted an old school picture of herself sleeping on a military plane while working for WWE.
Jake Roberts posted a picture of himself with former WCW star Marc Mero.
Since some fans requested to see it, Rob Van Dam posted a picture of himself with long hair on Twitter.
Aksana is the latest WWE diva to be featured in a "day off" photo shoot.
A picture of Kurt Angle and Gail Kim in India. The two were sent by TNA to do a special promotional tour for the company.
"I was brought in by Hiro Matsuda to always be professional, don't ever question finishes. If a guy like Undertaker [wanted to beat me at WrestleMania], I wouldn't have had any problem putting him over, especially at WrestleMania. I understand ... that some guys might be frustrated but I don't understand what they would be frustrated about. It's one match in a career. If you have confidence in yourself, your career, and the big picture as far as where you're going, I don't think it hurts at all to put Undertaker over at WrestleMania."
- Lex Luger on Undertaker
After playing football collegiately for the University of Miami and professionally for the Montreal Alouettes of the Canadian Football League, Lex Luger made his way to the NFL when he signed with the Green Bay Packers. Unfortunately, though, he never played a single regular season game for the team.
Since the dangers of football has been a heavily discussed topic, Lex Luger, who had a brief stint in the NFL, defended the sport through his Twitter account.
"I know Sting loves his time in TNA but at the same time he's never told me he has refused the idea of ever going to WWE."