Someone said to me the other day that he preferred the current role of Triple H to that of his father-in-law, none other than Vince McMahon, or the “Mr. McMahon” character he created at the height of the Attitude Era. What? Excuse me? Are you serious? Honestly, I was floored by the comment, especially since this person is quite knowledgeable about wrestling and has been a...
While ESPN was putting on its version of the Emmy Awards on Wednesday night, we all got a chance to see Stephanie McMahon in a stunning dress, looking like she was Hollywood royalty and belonged among the masses of celebrities. But did anyone get a glimpse of the picture being passed around the Internet of the owner of the WWE and Ronda Rousey, who also looked stunning in a black...
At some point it is going to happen. John Cena is going to leave the WWE for other pursuits. The man who has been a 15-time world champion will walk away from the company and potentially pursue an acting career. Now that his most current film “Trainwreck” is about to open in theaters, of course the questions are going to come up about his future in the ring and how many more...
The news of AJ Lee’s retirement came the same day the company was dealing with a potentially damaging situation involving former employee Justin Roberts, who claimed the company inducted Connor ‘The Crusher’ Michalek more out of publicity than anything else.
UFC women’s bantamweight champion and movie star Ronda Rousey had what her Furious 7 co-star called the “biggest WrestleMania moment of the night,” last night in Santa Clara. Rousey finished off Triple H with a picture perfect Judo throw and The Rock softened him up with some strikes. She’d then grab the arm of Stephanie McMahon, threatening her signature arm bar, which...
WWE News: Triple H & Stephanie McMahon Respond To Max Landis’ ‘Wrestling Isn’t Wrestling’ Parody Film
Over the past few weeks, a 24-minute parody film of Triple H’s wrestling career called “Wrestling isn’t Wrestling” has been a hit on the Internet. The biopic done by screenwriter and director Max Landis has been well-received by the wrestling community. It features several cameos from wrestlers and other celebrities that include Macaulay Culkin, Seth Green, John Morrison...
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