Found February 16, 2012 on cheap-heat:
– “The Sports Guy” Bill Simmons, who had CM Punk on his popular podcast last summer, takes aim at Triple H in his latest mailbag column for ESPN affiliated website Grantland.com. When asked if the recent surge of New York Knicks player Jeremy Lin is the NBA’s equivalent of CM Punk last summer, he instead sounds off on the self-proclaimed “King of Kings.” “Does this mean (Knicks star Carmelo Anthony) is going to be Triple H — the egotistical, overrated star who couldn’t handle that something good was happening without him, so he interjected himself into the storyline and ended up throwing a wet blanket on all the momentum?” Simmons writes. “I sure hope not.” – The March 2012 issue of WWE Magazine features an article on former Diva Stacy Keibler. “HOTTER THAN EVER! WE SALUTE STACY KEIBLER!” the synopsis reads. – SmackDown ring announcer Lilian Garcia has launched an online merchandise store at liliangarcia.bigcartel.com. It features Lilian Garcia shirts, posters, photos and leather gloves.
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