When TMZ reported that Nikki Bella was starting a career in real estate, it led to mass speculations that she was thinking about leaving WWE. Many feel that she wants to settle down in life. However, the twin diva stated that she was only looking to make some extra money on the side.
TMZ is now providing a little more details into the incident between Matt Hardy and Reby Sky at a motel during New Years Eve that led to their arrest. The gossip website is reporting that Reby was upset with Hardy because she thought he had been drinking or under the influences of drugs.
Matt Hardy and Reby Sky were arrested on January 1, and it somehow managed to avoid the media until now. TMZ has picked up on the story and revealed that the two of them were arrested for fighting one another in a motel room in Virginia. Both were charged with assault and battery.
When word spread last night that CM Punk had informed Vince McMahon at Monday Night Raw that he was leaving WWE, it spread pretty rapidly through the internet, but now those rumor are all over the place since worldwide gossip website TMZ has picked up on the story as well.
"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."