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  • Drew Galloway Comments on His Time in WWE, TNA, and Working WIth Evolve

    Posted on April 12th, 2015 admin No comments

    Drew Galloway Comments on His Time in WWE, TNA, and Working WIth Evolve

    credit card knife bannerFormer WWE Superstar and current member of the TNA roster, Drew Galloway, spoke about his time in WWE and TNA. He also comments on working in the indies. Below are a few highlights of the interview with TNA Mecca

    On his time in WWE compared to TNA:

     “I will never say anything negative about WWE. How can I? I was with them 8 years, since I was 21, grew up there living my dream. Was FCW developmental tag champion (with Wade Barrett) twice, heavyweight champion, WWE tag team champion, Intercontinental champion, Vince McMahon’s Chosen One, multiple Wrestlemania’s, made great friends and I’m still under 30. That is unreal. I thank my stars I was there and truly grew into a man. From a boy who left university as a student straight to WWE. Those experiences, those ups and downs in life and work shaped the wrestler and man I am today.

     Right now, I am so happy with TNA. As I’ve mentioned, the guys and gals have such unique ideas and big goals. I’m the most obsessive passionate fan in the world and it can sometimes be taken as an attitude issue, but they channel my passion and creativity in the right direction and that’s whatever you see on screen.”

    On signing with TNA and still connected with Evolve:

    “Once I made my deal, an agreement was made to bring in a couple of other guys from TNA to Evolve and a working agreement is very likely. If I had or can have any part in wrestling growing then I have truly succeeded. All I want is wrestling to grow while living my dream and if I can help then that’s beyond my dreams.”

  • WWE Dates and Locations for the 2016 Royal Rumble and Fastlane PPV’s

    Posted on April 12th, 2015 admin No comments

    WWE Dates and Locations for the 2016 Royal Rumble and Fastlane PPV’s

    wwe logoThe WWE recently filed a lawsuit in California to stop illegal merchandise sales during WrestleMania 31 weekend, and the lawsuit reveals details on the 2016 WWE PPV calendar.

    The 2016 WWE Royal Rumble PPV will be held at the Amway Center in Orlando, Florida on January 24th. WWE will tape Raw the next night in Miami and then Smackdown in Tampa.

    It’s also confirmed that the WWE Fastlane PPV will return in 2016 on February 21st from the Scottrade Center in St Louis. WWE will then tape Raw in Kansas City, Missouri and Smackdown in Omaha, Nebraska.

  • Kevin Nash Writes Very Intense Blog Regarding Scott Hall

    Posted on April 21st, 2011 admin 2 comments

    WWE Superstar Kevin Nash

    Kevin Nash has posted a very intense and very compelling blog regarding Scott Hall, the person.  Nash’s column is entitled, “Remember Wrestlers are People, JUST like YOU”

    Here’s an excerpt from Kevin Nash’s blog:

    “Over the last few weeks, since the horrifying New England appearance of Scott Hall, my Twitter page has blown up with plea’s to help Scott. First of all, nobody has to ASK me to help Scott Hall. I consider Scott like a brother. He’s much more than a friend. I have spent more time with Scott Hall in the last 18 years than I have with my wife in the 23 years we’ve been married. We have no secrets between each other. This is ‘real life’.

    Nobody knows what Scott has gone thru since early childhood to what he has gone thru up unto this point, except for me. I can tell you Scott Hall has neither a drug or alcohol addiction, Scott’s problem is he suffer’s from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. Drugs and alcohol aren’t the problem, to Scott they are the solution. He is a fragile and broken human being, not a race horse that you take a whip to to perform. Scott Hall is in bad shape and each time I talk to him I feel it may be the last. It’s gotten to the point where I save his voice mails, much like I would’ve saved Andrew’s (Test), because I knew sometimes when I heard his message it could be the last.”

    There hasn’t been much posted lately regarding Scott Hall’s condition since being admitted into a New England hospital last week, but Kevin Nash definitely reveals in his new blog just how serious the situation is with Hall’s health.

    Kevin Nash’s blog is an open, honest look at a very tragic story and I encourage all wrestling fans to read it.

  • Britani Knight Denies WWE Signing

    Posted on April 21st, 2011 admin 17 comments

    Britani Knight

    20 year old British female wrestler Britani Knight posted the following on her Facebook page in response to reports that she has signed with WWE: “Woahhh thanks the congratulations but i dont even know whats going on yet! Hopefully though guys fingers crossed!”

  • Shane Helms Speaks on Edge’s WWE Retirement

    Posted on April 21st, 2011 admin 3 comments

    The following video features former WWE star Shane “Hurricane” Helms speaking on Edge’s retirement:

  • Mick Foley Looks Back At Edge’s Amazing WWE Career

    Posted on April 15th, 2011 admin 55 comments

    Mick Foley wrote a very lengthy and very good blog remembering Edge’s career and the type of impact Edge made on the wrestling business.  The following is an excerpt from Foley’s blog:

    “I had no doubt at the time, 2006, that Edge was the number one wrestler in the business. I think one could put up an argument that he was the number one wrestler for a period of time during any one of a number of years. His matches with the top WWE stars of his era – The Undertaker, Triple H, Rey Mysterio, Randy Orton, John Cena, etc. etc. – are the stuff of legend. If there is any weakness to an argument for Edge, it is that he did amazing matches with such regularity that I’m not sure fans could completely appreciate just how amazing they were. Following my Mania match with Edge, I spent a LONG time in bed, caught a late flight, and made it home just in time to see Edge on Raw, stealing the show again – less than 24 hours after stealing the biggest show of the year.

    I don’t know if there will ever be a consensus on who the best wrestler or worker of that era (call it 2003-2011, starting and ending with the neck injury) is or was. I once said I could make a good argument for Shawn Michaels – and I can. I think I could make a pretty good argument for Kurt Angle. Based on big money matches, some might say Triple H. For pure wrestling, maybe AJ Styles or Samoa Joe, or any number of Japanese stars who have flown beneath the mainstream radar.

    But look at the other attributes that Edge brought to the table. A willingness to fully immerse himself in every storyline – to make people believe, or at least to believe that he believed. He embraced the ridiculous. He loved the emotional. He thrived under pressure. He stood up for what he thought was best for his characters, his matches, his opponents, and the shows. As viewers, we knew that every segment he appeared in was going to be good. But more importantly, we knew that any segment with Edge had the potential be great.”

    Mick Foley’s Full Blog On Edge’s WWE Career>>>

  • Jim Ross Blogs on Edge’s WWE Retirement and Future

    Posted on April 14th, 2011 admin 53 comments

    Jim Ross has posted a new blog over at Below is an excerpt:

    “Edge’s retirement this past Monday on Raw was a shocking surprise. I had no idea that it was going to happen even up until the time Edge came to the ring and gave us the emotional news. There are no wrestlers in the business that I respect more as a performer and a man than I do Adam Copeland aka Edge. When I signed him in the 90?s, he was a lanky, over achieving kid who simply wanted to live his dream of making it onto the

    Jim Ross Blog

    WWE Roster. He and Christian were like brothers and both fed off the other in the ring as they each worked diligently every day to improve their game. I honestly can’t remember a single day when Adam Copeland ever did anything to disappoint me or cause our department or company any problems.

    Edge has a brilliant mind, a kind soul, patience, and would be a great teacher, producer, broadcaster, scout, or whatever task he may want to undertake in WWE. I look for Edge to take some much needed time away from the business and enjoy the North Carolina mountains and his dogs that he loves so much. He deserves no less than to return to WWE in whatever role that creates a win/win for Edge and the company but only whenever Edge is ready to re-engage.

    In my role as the head of WWE Talent, I signed many athletes/performers who ended up excelling in WWE but none, and I mean no one, was more of a pure joy to work with and to watch grow from a mid card, tag team wrestler into one of WWE’s most prominent and enduring superstars who will no doubt be inducted in the WWE Hall of Fame some day.”

  • Matt Hardy Comments On Edge’s Retirement, Their Past, More

    Posted on April 13th, 2011 admin 3 comments

    Matt Hardy, who has had a long and controversial history with Edge, commented on Edge’s retirement via Twitter:

    “Heard Adam is retiring because of physical issues that won’t allow him to safely continue wrestling. He’ll be missed, we’ve certainly had our fair share of issues.. Both good and bad. But I tip my hat to Edge who is one of the greatest I’ve ever been in the ring with. Adam resides in NC now-sure I’ll run into him down the road. Glad that him & I are in a good place. We came in as friends, & went out that way.”

  • JR and HBK Tweet On Edges Retirement

    Posted on April 12th, 2011 admin 3 comments

    The following are some new tweets from the official Twitter page of WWE Hall Of Famer Jim Ross:

    “Edge will always be one of my favorites. I’m so grateful I was in a role to help him launch his wwe dream. Dreams do come true. Edge=HOF!”

    “@ LGA to head home. Another airport meal. Gonna miss Edge. Have 2 think WWE will utilize Edge’s mind & teaching abilities. Great integrity.”

    Follow more JR tweets on Twitter @ JRsBBQ.


    The following is a new tweet from the official Twitter page of WWE Hall Of Famer Shawn Michaels:

    “Have had contact w/Edge & he is looking 4ward 2what the future holds. It will b great, good things happen 2 good people & he is just that.”

    Follow more HBK tweets on Twitter @ ShawnMichaels_.

  • Kevin Nash Auctioning Off Vintage Wrestling Memorabilia

    Posted on April 11th, 2011 admin 2 comments

    Triple H Skull King Replica Mask with Autographed Card now available at!

    Kevin Nash is auctioning off several vintage items of his career on EBay that have a little over a week left for bidding.  Here’s your chance to buy Nash’s original Oz costume that he used during 1991-1992 in the WWE.  His Vinnie Vegas jacket and Master Blaster vest are also up for sale.  Plus, he has the WCW Black Scorpion mask used by Ric Flair back in 1990.

    Kevin Nash will personalize and autograph some of the items for the purchaser.

    Visit Kevin Nash’s EBay Store>>>

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