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While details of NBA legend Dennis Rodman’s recent trip to North Korea are mostly unknown and limited to quotes like “Kim Jong Un is just a kid” and “He’s a good guy” and “Please don’t hate me”, it seems that the 5-time NBA Champion still wants to put big ol’ media jerks like George Snuffleupagus in their places. As soon as Rodman wraps up this next lap dance, he’s heading back to North Korea in six months to broker peace on behalf of the United States. That is, if North Korea is still on the map by then.But as much fun as it is to feel bad for a totally unprepared Rodman for being thrust into the political conversation like this, it’s important to remember that he’s not the first athlete to have taken a journey into the unknown. Back in 1995, the WCW and New Japan Pro Wrestling hosted “Collision in Korea” in my favorite city to pronounce, Pyongyang, and Ric Flair recalled that strange experience this week with WCNC in Charlotte.“It’s a very volatil...
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Dennis Rodman is quite serious in his goal to bring peace between North Korea and the US, and intends to accomplish it.
According to TMZ Rodman’s rep says that the former NBA star plans to use his new friendship with Kim Jong-Un to set up a peace deal. Rodman hopes to convince the North Korean leader to speak with President Obama until there is a peaceful resolution.
Dennis Rodman didn't take long to unwind after his two-day visit with North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un last week.
The tattooed and pierced quasi-diplomat was spotted at Manhattan's Sapphire Gentleman's Club on Sunday night — although his reps denied it to The New York Post. But leave it to TMZ to provide picture proof that The Worm has dumped the DPRK manifesto...
Kim Jong-un has picked up right where his father left off, and may be even a bit more out there. The North Korean dictator has boldy claimed that the communist nation is willing to launch a preemptive nuclear strike against the United States, just a week after the the country onducted underground nuclear tests which caused a massive earthquake. The less than clairvoyent man-in-charge...
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Word coming out of RAW is that WWE no longer wants Ric Flair doing anything really physical. While he threw some chops at Big E Langston on RAW, don’t expect him to take any bumps or get into any brawls on WWE TV.
There is some sort of health issue that WWE is concerned about with Flair. The feeling is that they would rather be safe than sorry.
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Monday night on RAW, fans got to see Ric Flair throw chops at Big E. Langston, strut a lot and even drop elbows to the ring following The Miz’s victory on the show.
With that being said, do not expect Flair to get more physically involved in the WWE product. The company is still concerned about Flair’s health following the blood clot he suffered last month in Japan.
Former NBA player Dennis Rodman has been the talk of the town lately. His recent trip to North Korea has been looked down upon by the United States government. From [...]
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