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Monday, January 26, 2015

Wrestling

Brock Lesnar has tramp stamp tattoo that says ‘Kill ‘em All’

Brock Lesnar has some of the more questionable tattoos in sports, including his phallic sword going down the length of his chest, and a lower-back tattoo that many people did not know existed. Lesnar has had the lower back tattoo (aka tramp stamp) since at least 2010 from what we can tell. The thing is…Read More

Ric Flair surprises Sergio Brown during radio interview (Audio)

As you have likely heard or seen, Indianapolis Colts defensive back Sergio Brown celebrated last weekend’s playoff with over the Cincinnati Bengals by busting out his best Ric Flair impression in the locker room. He did a damn good job, too. And we’re not the only ones who appreciated the impersonation. The Nature Boy himself…Read More

Report: WWE officials believe Brock Lesnar is returning to UFC

Brock Lesnar may be planning a return to the UFC. According to the latest installment of the Wrestling Observer Letter, WWE officials believe Lesnar will be returning to the octagon when his WWE contract expires in March. “The Lesnar people always keep things quiet, but within the company, the belief is that he’s going back…Read More

Kevin Nash arrested after alleged fight with son

WWE superstar Kevin Nash was arrested early Wednesday morning following an alleged fight with his 18-year-old son Tristen. According to TMZ, Nash was taken into custody after police received a call about a domestic incident shortly after midnight. Police reportedly noticed blood on Nash’s face when they arrived at the scene and arrested him. Tristen…Read More

CM Punk signs with UFC, cannot wait to kick someone’s ass

CM Punk is following in Brock Lesnar’s footsteps and will be transitioning from professional wrestling to the UFC. The UFC announced during Saturday’s UFC 181 pay-per-view event that it has signed Punk, real name Phil Brooks, who previously was a WWE Superstar. “My professional wrestling days are over, it’s awesome to be here,” Punk said…Read More

Vince McMahon apologizes to CM Punk for firing him on wedding day

Vince McMahon apologized to CM Punk Monday for firing the wrestler on his wedding day. The WWE boss was a guest on the “Stone Cold Podcast” on WWE Network and was asked by Austin about CM Punk. Punk went on a podcast last week and criticized the WWE while explaining why he left the organization….Read More

CM Punk slams WWE in podcast interview with Colt Cabana

For the first time since leaving the WWE in January, CM Punk publicly discussed what led him to leave the company. As Punk tells it, there were several reasons why he left WWE, but the main reason was his health. He was recovering from multiple injuries — his elbow and knees were problematic and required…Read More

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