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- Twitter reactions from the wrestling world began to come in after WWE announced the death of William “Paul Bearer” Moody last night. He was 58.Ezekiel Jackson: “#RIPPaulBearer didn’t get to spend much time with him but the one day at lunch in Calgary will go in my book if I ever wrote one. #Godspeed”Ricardo Rodriguez: “You always spoke very highly of me and I can not thank you enough for that! That you! #RIPPaulBearer”Justin Roberts: “Very sad night. RIP Paul Bearer, a man I grew up watching on tv and was lucky enough to have later on, as a friend.”Ted DiBiase Jr: “Losing one of our own @WWE feels like losing a family member. Thank you for the memories Paul! God Bless #RIPPaulBearer”Bret Hart: “Goodbye to a good friend, Paul Bearer. Say hi to Owen for me.”Tara: “I am deeply saddened to hear that Paul Bearer has passed away. He will be deeply missed. May he rest In peace”Michelle McCool: “#RIPPaulBearer ….you always made me smile. Great entertainer, even better man! We love
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According to WZROnline.com (WZR Radio) sources, William “Paul Bearer” Moody was openly telling people over the last few weeks that he hadn’t been feeling well. Moody recently pulled himself from several indy bookings and told promoters he hadn’t been feeling well.
As Matt Boone and I (Ryan Clark) noted on Tuesday night’s live edition of WZR Radio, Bearer sent out his last...
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I have not watched professional wrestling in a long time, but it was a very big part of my childhood. I was into wrestling then, like I am into sports now. Some of my first memories involve early superstars like Jimmy “Superfly” Snuka, Hulk Hogan, The Ultimate Warrior, and the Undertaker. This past Tuesday, a key part of that era of wrestling...
- WWE announced tragic news this evening:
Paul Bearer passes
WWE is saddened to learn of the passing of William Moody, aka Paul Bearer. Moody made his WWE debut in 1991 as the manager of The Undertaker and went on to become a memorable part of WWE over the course of the next 20 years.
Our deepest condolences go out to Moody’s family, friends and fans.
- Embedded below is a video WWE posted paying tribute to the late William “Paul Bearer” Moody.
- Bret Hart recently conducted a Q&A session with his fans on Facebook. Here are some highlights of the session.
His thoughts of TNA: “4/10″
A classic match that he would love to see as a rematch: “The Rock vs. John Cena”
Hardest part about being a pro wrestler: “The...
A fan on Twitter asked Hulk Hogan about Bret Hart's recent comments about him.
"feel bad for Brett he sends out the old, bitter, tired vibe,hopefully he will have a happy life from this point forward HH", replied Hogan.
As noted earlier in an interview with Wrestletalk UK, Bret Hart referred to Hogan and Eric Bischoff as "useless" and felt the company would...
Dr. Tom Prichard published a blog on the death of William “Paul Bearer” Moody’s his website. Here is an excerpt.
“And now he’s gone. I have to admit I heard about Percy’s death Wednesday morning when my wife woke me up telling me it was all over Facebook. I couldn’t believe it. There’s no way! He’s too important to too many people. This can’t be happening! All...
- As noted earlier, Bret “Hit Man” Hart: The Dungeon Collection is now available on Blu-Ray and DVD. Embedded below is a promo video for the collection.
- The Bankers Life Fieldhouse arena official website is advertising The Undertaker for this Monday’s episode of Raw. Their website reads, “For the first time in over 3 years see The Undertaker in Indianapolis!”
- In a new interview with WrestleTalk TV Extra, Bret Hart talked about Hulk Hogan, Eric Bischoff, Vince Russo and more. He said about Hogan and Bischoff:
“I’ve got no faith in either one of them. If anything, they’re [TNA] going to lose a lot of ground. They’re spending a fortune on a guy who’s worthless. And Bischoff’s as worthless as Hogan, the two of them have zero...