I actually thought it was pretty good considering the lack of budget or acting talent. Tara Reid looks pretty bad these days though I'd still bang her. Speaking of bangable women its just come to my attention that WWE is apparently interested in bringing Stacy Keibler back...Sharknado for life
Well, you don't see this everyday.
At a WWE stop in Cape Town, South Africa Tuesday, a fan put himself in the middle of the action when he hopped into the ring and punched wrestler Randy Orton.
As Orton stood on a turnbuckle, this happened:
"The matter is currently under investigation by the local authorities, and the South African fan is being held in jail pending criminal charges," read a post on the WWE website. "The extent of Orton's injuries are unknown at this time."
See, wrestling’s not totally fake.
As far as punches to the groin go, it didn’t look like Orton was too banged up. Not so sure about the fan, who took what looked like a kick to the head. What else could he have expected, right?
This is not the first time a fan has attacked a player during a sporting event (if this counts as one). Two fans jumped Kansas City Royals first base coach Tom Gamboa during a game in 2002. And most infamously, Monica Seles was stabbed in the back by a fan during a tennis match in 1993.
Don't wish injury upon anyone, but hopefully this will give Sheamus the chance to freshen up whilst off TV. Will not miss unfortunately.According to WWE.com, Sheamus has suffered a torn labrum in his left shoulder and will require surgery. The surgery will take place next week, and will sideline Sheamus for four to six months. During WWE's tour of South Africa, his bruised up leg was healing from the MITB match, but he then discovered his range of motion was limited in his shoulder and he experienced sharp pains radiating down his arm. The company had an MRI done, and the decision was made to arthroscopic surgery to fix the injury.
Very crazy. Sad to hear. Not sure I remember her but this is sucky news anyway. The fact she had to resort to hanging herself sickens me.eWrestlingNews said:Former "Bachelor" reality television star Gia Allemand died on Wednesday in a New Orleans hospital.
Allemand was found hanging in her home by her boyfriend, Ryan Anderson, who plays for the New Orleans Pelicans NBA team. TMZ.com confirms: Gia hanged herself. Her boyfriend, Ryan, found her hanging and unconscious in her home and immediately called 911. Gia was on life support, which was withdrawn yesterday. She had suffered "critical loss of brain and organ function." Her mom, boyfriend and other friends were in the hospital when she died.
Allemand was a participant in one of the WWE Diva Search contests, and also starred alongside pro wrestling personalities Colt Cabana, Disco Inferno and Johny Fairplay in the 2011 film, "Ghost Trek: The Kinsey Report."
Allemand was 29 years of age at the time of her passing.
He'll just end up telling us "Taping? What taping, brother?! This shit is live every week, BROTHER!! We just decided to come back to the same city, state and venue the next week because they were so good the first week, BROTHER!!!"He probably should have announced that before they taped a one-on-one match for this week's Impact after last week's show. :lol: