Maria Kanellis has revealed that while she is pursuing her college degree, she's also going to be going after a certificate for graphics design as well.
Former WWE diva Maria Kanellis has revealed that she is going back to school to study film.
AJ Styles was successful in his title defense of the TNA World Heavyweight Championship against Seiya Sanada at a Wrestle-1 event in Japan over the weekend.
The Great Muta has announced that Seiya Sanada will be working against TNA champion AJ Styles on November 16 in Tokyo.
"Then finally when I signed my deal deal, my very first deal, they also paid all of my college fees as a bonus. I think I owed like 40 grand, which they didn't have to do, I always felt was very, very cool of JR to do. He was like we're going to take care of your college, by the way. I was like oh, because that had been hanging over my head while I had been trying to just get somewhere and make it. I was like oh, man. I got this 40 grand that's over my head and I'm making 50 bucks on this show. Cool, now I'm making 210, but that's not going to chip away at 40 grand. So they took care of that when I signed my deal."
Prior to dropping out of college to pursue a career in modeling, Rosa Mendes studied business at the University of British Columbia.
Former WWE champion Eddie Guerrero attended the University of New Mexico on a wrestling scholarship.
Prior to becoming a WWE star, Bret Hart majored in filmmaking at Mount Royal College.
After TNA Lockdown 2014, Seiya Sanada is sticking around and working a couple of episodes of Impact Wrestling. The belief is that Dixie Carter and company will be giving him a nice push, as management wants to maintain a good business relationship with the Great Muta and Wrestle-1. They also want to entice other Japanese stars to come tour with them.
Seiya Sanada, the opponent for AJ Styles at the upcoming Wrestle-1 show, is interested in signing with TNA.
Japanese wrestler Seiya Sanada takes a picture with WWE legend Edge.