THIS IS GOING TO BE A SPOILER, IF YOU DO NOT WANT TO KNOW THIS, PLEASE REFRAIN FROM READING THIS PARAGRAPH. IT HAS SOMETHING TO DO WITH A CERTAIN PERSON RETURNING TO THE UNDERTAKER - KANE STORYLINE.
Well, if that wasn't clear, then you're probably blind and won't be able to read this anyway.
The one and only PAUL BEARER returned to WWE at Tuesday’s SmackDown television taping (it's taped on Tuesday, but aired on Friday) in Bloomington, Illinois to participate in the ongoing Undertaker vs. Kane storyline.
Later in the show, Kane challenged Undertaker to a Hell in a Cell match at the HIAC (Hell In A Cell) PPV on October 3rd.
Bearer was written out of WWE story lines back in 2004, when he was “buried alive” in concrete at that year’s Great American Bash.
There was even a fan-made picture, but until I have seen some more proof, please be aware that this might be a fake message and what not. It does seem legit though, because there has been word from Paul himself that he was also doing a lot of voice-acting for SDvsRaw 2011.
Guess there's only one way we'll find out...
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Ken sent word that Daniel Bryan’s new theme music is called Ride of the Valkyries. Ken also notes that the book Bryan had on RAW this week was “American Brutus: John Wilkes Booth and the Lincoln Conspiracies” by Michael W. Kauffman.
Mind you, I don't have a clue who this "Ken" is. He is a name that popped up in a message on LordsOfPain.net .
Big Show is now on Twitter at @WWETheBigShow and no longer using @No1Knucklehead.
(I should really get this thing called Twitter >.> )
Or should I? Because look what I then found out:
Last week, WWE officials were wanting talents go promote Twitter on TV and were wanting everyone to have an account. This week, apparently that idea has changed. WWE is continuing to push Twitter but they want stars to focus more on Facebook now.
Lucky for me, I already have one of those :)
Also, more marriage news, as it appears that Kofi Kingston had the weekend of the 11th of September off because he was getting married. (Please, no 9/11 jokes, you can go do those somewhere else, thank you).
Former WWE champion John Bradshaw Layfield appeared on the “Right After Wrestling” radio show last night. JBL spoke about Alberto Del Rio’s gimmick being similar to his, whether he’d ever return to WWE and more. You can listen to the interview at TheScore.com.
Among the more interesting topics discussed was JBL talking about hazing in wrestling and whether the rumors are true that he was a major bully in the locker room during his time in WWE. JBL said:
“Did I haze the Miz? Hell yes! A lot of people want to talk about me and my hazing. Yes I did. I make no apologies about it what so ever. When I started, guys were hazed, and for good reason. They wanted to know that in a riot, which we had a few back in the day, were you going to be on the side of the boys or the fans?”
“Nowadays there’s no room for it, the corporate, sterile world that is the WWE. When the Miz came in, most of the hazing was me working. Me on the Mic, me talking to him. I gave him as much advice as I possibly could because I thought he had the ability to be a good heel. But I’m not going to apologize for hazing him.”
Then, and I have been waiting for this game for a while now, the trailer for SDvsRaw 2011. DO FUCKING WANT.
That's it for today folks, I'm off to bed.
Actually, no, first a sandwich, then bed... Oh what would you care, anyway.
Until next time,
Rest In Peace,