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CURT HAWKINS RUMORS & GOSSIP

More Media For Curt Hawkins’ School, Titus O’Neil Update, More

– Titus O’Neil is being promoted for a back to school event in Florida. CineBistro 16, a movie theater in Wesley Chapel, Florida, will hold the event on August 9. Kids can get free school supplies, meet O’Neil and play games. The event is free. Mark your calendars for our #Back2SchoolBash at Grove 16 hosted by @TitusONeilWWE on 8/9! FREE to attend! pic.twitter.com/vld9ksdNJw...
Via WZR Online
6 hours ago  |  Discuss

News & Notes On Curt Hawkins’ Pro Wrestling School – Video

Curt Hawkins’ Long Island wrestling school Create-A-Pro in Hicksville was profiled on WPIX 11 news. Scott Stanford, who works for WWE and WPIX’s evening and nighttime broadcasts, visited the school. Hawkins (real name Bryan Myers) and co-owner/trainer Pat Buck spoke about the origins of the school, their goals for their students, what they can teach and more. In the video, Stanford...
Via WZR Online
9 hours ago  |  Discuss

Curt Hawkins Upset With Recent WWE.com Article – Details

Yesterday, WWE posted an article where Curtis Axel spoke about training with The Rock to help him prepare for his return a couple of years ago. You can read that here. The recently released Curt Hawkins also worked with The Rock, but did not get a mention. He posted the following on Twitter… This story is missing some details @WWE dot com. Cold blooded move. I don't think ...
Via WZR Online
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Former WWE Star on Not Getting Mentioned for Helping The Rock

- Earlier this week we recapped an interview WWE’s website had with Curtis Axel, talking about how he trained with The Rock to prepare for his Survivor Series and WrestleMania 28 matches, as well as Brock Lesnar for his return to WWE. WWE’s article failed to mention that former WWE Superstar Curt Hawkins also worked with The Rock for WrestleMania 28. It was reported that year...
Via Wrestle Scoop
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Former WWE Star Responds to Not Getting Mentioned for The Rock’s WrestleMania Training

- Earlier this week we recapped an interview WWE’s website had with Curtis Axel, talking about how he trained with The Rock to prepare for his Survivor Series and WrestleMania 28 matches, as well as Brock Lesnar for his return to WWE. WWE’s article failed to mention that former WWE Superstar Curt Hawkins also worked with The Rock for WrestleMania 28. It was reported that year...
Via Wrestling-Edge.com
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Curt Hawkins Responds to Not Getting Mentioned for The Rock's WrestleMania Training

Earlier this week we recapped an interview WWE's website had with Curtis Axel, talking about how he trained with The Rock to prepare for his Survivor Series and WrestleMania 28 matches, as well as Brock Lesnar for his return to WWE. WWE's article failed to mention that former WWE Superstar Curt Hawkins also worked with The Rock for WrestleMania 28. It was reported that year...
Via Ring Side News
2 days ago  |  Discuss

WWE News: Hawkins “A Weight Has Been Lifted Off My Shoulders”, Cena Speaks

Curt Hawkins Relief Former WWE superstar Curt Hawkins who was recently released by the company spoke on the shining wizard podcast, he spoke about his release which was something he had been expecting. “It was expected to an extent. Really I feel like a weight has been lifted off my shoulders. They weren’t using me and I was just living this life of sitting and waiting around...
Via Wrestling News Depot
June 19, 2014  |  Discuss

Fired WWE Stars Update: The Funkasaurus Is Going To Japan To Protect Dolphins, Curt Hawkins Has A Death Wish

Via YouTube If you were here yesterday, you know that WWE rampaged through their lower mid-card, firing 10 stars including former Smackdown general manager Teddy Long, Lithuanian Diva Aksana and 2/3 of 3MB. It was a tough day for fans like me who love the least successful people on the show and want them to do well. Some of the released wrestlers are handling it well. Examples...
Via With Leather
June 13, 2014  |  Discuss

Brodus Clay and Curt Hawkins Sign With New Promotion/Comment on Release

Former WWE superstars Curt Hawkins and Brodus Clay have both signed on to join Pro Wrestling Syndicate and will make their debuts with the company on September 20th, in Rahway, NJ. Both Clay and Hawkins were released by WWE earlier today and have been very vocal on Twitter about their former company and co-workers:   Is it Better 2be held down, held back or let go I’m proud of...
Via Ring Kings
June 12, 2014  |  Discuss

Curt Hawkins Upset with Mark Henry For His Tweets After Today’s WWE Cuts

Curt Hawkins clearly isn’t happy. Today Hawkins was among the ten men and woman who were let go by the WWE, but that doesn’t seem to be the only thing irking him. Former co-worker Mark Henry took to Twitter to post a picture/message that was a bit questionable given how many were laid off today. Here we stand 18 years in August. Still here!!! pic.twitter.com/Ttm9CW22B8 — TheMarkHenry...
Via Overtime
June 12, 2014  |  Discuss
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