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– Word going around backstage is that CM Punk is frustrated with the storyline that is being built for him at WrestleMania 29. Many believe that part of the problem is that the former WWE Heavyweight Champion is burnt out and is desperately in need of some time off. As previously reported, CM Punk is expected to take a few weeks off following WrestleMania 29.
– You can now follow me (Ryan Clark) on Facebook and Twitter. My Facebook account is located at http://facebook.com/RyanClarkWZR and my Twitter account is at http://twitter.com/RyanClarkWZR My Facebook page is “maxed out” for friend requests but you can still “subscribe” to get my updates. You’ll also be able to comment on my threads. Hope to see you soon!
– Anthony sent this one along: I read this article thought it was interesting. http://washington.cbslocal.com/2013/04/01/how-wwes-legal-department-saved-jps-life/
– Chuck sent this one along: Hey, Thought I’d pass along an interview Big Show did with the Sports Junkies on 106...
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Charles H Carroll sent word that The Big Show did an interview with Sports Junkies on 106.7 The Fan in Washington, DC this morning. Here are some topics they talked about in the interview.
* He’s a funny guy and even funnier about not getting in trouble with the company.
* He isn’t allowed to Choke Slam or even put his hands around anyone’s neck anymore.
* Linda McMahon’s...
The Washington Nationals managed to make a jersey big enough for the Big Show for Opening Day, and that is no easy task.
The Big Show recently spoke with Sports Illustrated and talked about working for a New York & New Jersey crowd at WrestleMania this year.
“It’s completely different,” he said. “New York and New Jersey fans are like no other fans anywhere in the world. It’s funny because New York is known for being competitive. New York likes champions. If you’re not pulling your weight...
- Embedded in the video below is this week’s WWE Inbox episode. WWE stars discuss how they would describe themselves in school and which star (past or present) they would most like to face at WrestleMania. Ryback named the Undertaker, and said that ending the streak was one of his goals.
- Here are two photos of The Big Show at the Washington Nationals baseball game from earlier...
One of our favorite photos from Opening Day at Nationals Park? The one above, of Mark Lerner posing with The Big Show before the game. Oh, hey, Drew Storen posed with him, too! Big Show in town for Monday Night Raw at the Verizon Center last night, of course...
(Photo by by @katiegregorson.) H/T @recordsANDradio)
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- Embedded in the video below is the latest this week's WWE Inbox episode. WWE stars discuss how they would describe themselves in school and which star (past or present) they would most like to face at WrestleMania. Ryback named the Undertaker, and said that ending the streak was one of his goals.
- Here are two photos of The Big Show at the Washington Nationals baseball game...
WrestleMania XXV is one of those nights where WWE seemed to not know what the fans wanted. Triple H won to no reaction. John Cena won, again, to the misery of his detractors. Piper and Snuka waddled through the motions while the two aforementioned teams got pushed aside.