Roddy Piper was a beloved figure in professional wrestling despite being a heel. Numerous wrestlers paid their respects to the legend upon learning of his death Friday. Here is the statement from WWE boss Vince McMahon: “Roddy Piper was one of the most entertaining, controversial and bombastic performers ever in WWE, beloved by millions of...Read More
Mel Gibson has never had his name legally changed to Martin Riggs nor has he been known to stagger about Hollywood neighborhoods brandishing a prop LAPD badge shouting, “hey, where’s the bad guys?” Thus, socially just and conscientious action film fans can still watch Lethal Weapon and feel somewhat okay about it. On the night of November 17, 2006, Michael Richards was not...
Someone said to me the other day that he preferred the current role of Triple H to that of his father-in-law, none other than Vince McMahon, or the “Mr. McMahon” character he created at the height of the Attitude Era. What? Excuse me? Are you serious? Honestly, I was floored by the comment, especially since this person is quite knowledgeable about wrestling and has been a...
WWE boss Vince McMahon once prominently used the N-word on national TV during a 2005 event, and people are now labeling him as a hypocrite for firing Hulk Hogan for saying the same thing. On TV, McMahon said the word to John Cena in front of black wrestlers Booker T and Sharmell, leaving them stunned....Read More
In a dramatic turn of events, the WWE appears to have cut all ties with its biggest superstar in history. Hulk Hogan merchandise and references have been removed from the website, in addition, Hogan has been removed as a judge on Tough Enough. The move comes at a time when Hogan appeared to have the most solid relationship he has had in years with Vince McMahon and the company...
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