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We’ve all seen signs denouncing cheating husbands: some in front yards, some painted on the sides of cars, some attached to rocks and hurled through windows. But this is the first I’ve seen at a Wrestlemania event. I like it, because it’s real, and includes concise directions.
The RotoExperts are not afraid to take on anyone, it seems. Listen in as Fantasy expert Scott “The King” Engel goes head-to-head with the WWE Superstar The Miz, as their rivalry in the Sirius/XM Celebrity Fantasy Football league continues during the offseason. You can hear today’s clip after the jump.
The WWE was in Philadelphia last night for Monday Night RAW, celebrating its yearly “Slammy Awards.” A big deal, in fake wrestling circles, something that brings out all the celebrities. Like Philadelphia Phillies manager Charlie Manuel, for example.
Jerry Lawler’s heart attack at Monday Night Raw earlier this week was a gigantic shock to the WWE’s system, but Lawler seems to be recovering almost as quickly as his health emergency came on, and now he’s well enough to make a video thanking his fans.
After suffering a heart attack during WWE’s “Monday Night Raw” earlier this week, Jerry “The King” Lawler is showing signs of improvement. But there are also concerns that he may have suffered brain damage during his sedation. The details, after the jump.
Startling news coming from the WWE front tonight. Long-time wrestling announcer Jerry “The King” Lawler collapsed Monday night at the Bell Centre in Montreal during an episode of Monday Night Raw. According to Larry Brown sports, Lawler is in stable condition at a local medical facility in Montreal. Read more after the jump.
There’s been a pretty heated debate over rape jokes in the comedy/internet sphere lately, thanks to the actions of one Daniel Tosh. One school of thought in this debate was that there’s a right and wrong way to do rape jokes, and what you’ll see after the jump was the wrong way.
If you’re like me, you were once a pro wrestling fan. But maybe because of increased levels of self-awareness or accrued responsibilities or some other ridiculous stipulation that comes with becoming an adult, you stopped watching, and have since become oblivious to the tangled, tangled web of the WWE’s sweaty soap opera.
This is in no way sports news, but it is a blast from the past that may interest you: at last night’s WWE Royal Rumble, a surprise entrant took to the ring. That surprise entrant? “Hacksaw” Jim Duggan, in all of his 2×4-wielding, boxcar hobo glory.