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  1. Enigma

    WWE Releases Mr. Kennedy

    Kennedy broke his wrist on Monday while taking the RKO. Vince probably just got nightmares of Ahmed Johnson and shitcanned him.
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    WWE Releases Mr. Kennedy

    World Wrestling Entertainment has come to terms on the release of Raw Superstar Mr. Kennedy (Ken Kennedy) as of today, May 29, 2009. WWE wishes Ken the best in all future endeavors.
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    WWE General Discussion - May 2009

    Ha. When Vince did his live bit on ESPNews at 11:30, he accidentally said "World Wrestling Federation".
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    Primetime Disscussion Thread

    I noticed that too. It looked like the original bracket was set up for a Dibiase vs. Hogan finals. Dibiase vs. Savage would have ended up facing in the semi-finals with the original bracket.
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    Awesome new game:

    theone has always been an ignore-worthy bitch from day one.
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    Jeff Hardy leaving?

    Not to turn this into a TNA discussion but Lashley can't wrestle? Why's that? He's talking about Taz.
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    Friday Night SmackDown! Spoilers - 5/8/09

    Why did you spoiler tag that? Do you honestly believe someone viewing the Smackdown spoilers doesn't want to view Superstars spoilers?
  8. From PWI: Deep South Wrestling LLC, owned by the legendary Joe 'the Assassin' Hamilton, has filed a lawsuit against World Wrestling Entertainment. We do not have any specifics on the suit at this time, but Hamilton is being represented by James D. McGuire, of Atlanta-based McGuire, Crohan, and Klinger. When asked to comment on the suit, Hamilton replied, "Deep South isn't going to roll over and play dead, and I'm not either. It's time to fight back."
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    Jeff Hardy leaving?

    He returned in August 2006, so almost three years.
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    WWE General Discussion - April 2009

    Don't forget Kennedy, which looks especially idiotic on him.
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    Jeff Hardy leaving?

    From Jason Powell @ ProWrestling.Net: The latest on Jeff Hardy is that he is giving the impression to his friends that he will end up re-signing with WWE before his contract expires in July. The main proponent in Hardy wanting to leave WWE is his mounting frustration with the travel schedule. Since Hardy knows he has negotiating leverage, he will likely ask for a reduced schedule, much like Undertaker's current deal. Undertaker's current deal only requires him to do TV, International tours, and house shows the weekend before a PPV. In a week in which there's no PPV and they are not out of the country, Undertaker only has to travel to the TV town on Monday, work the show on Tuesday and then immediately head back home after the show, effectively giving him five free days. Of course, there are special times where he is used on Raw. Hardy will likely ask for a schedule much like that. Also, Jeff has been negotiating with MTV about a reality show that follows his daily life. Matt & Jeff currently produce the online webseries "The Hardy Show" and the MTV show would likely tie into that.
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    Who was the biggest Ring Rat?

    Sunny was reported to be willing to do anything for pain pills. Especially when she got to ECW in 1998. Who can ever forget The Sandman's story about going down to the ECW Arena boiler room and finding Sunny giving Sabu a blow job while he was holding a prescription bottle?
  13. Paul Perschmann, better known as professional wrestling's "Playboy" Buddy Rose, has died at the age of 56. His wife found him dead Tuesday afternoon at their home in Portland, Oregon. No cause of death was immediately known, but Rose suffered from type II diabetes. In the later years of his career, Rose put on a lot of weight and got even bigger when he retired. Rose's last match was at the 2005 WrestleReunion in Tampa, Florida in a six-man match that was hyped as "Boogie Woogie Man" Jimmy Valiant's retirement match. The match was Rose, Col. DeBeers, & Bob Orton Jr. vs. Valiant, Roddy Piper, & Jimmy Snuka. Rose only made personal appearances after that match. Rose was a star in the Portland territory before moving on to the WWF and the AWA. He held the AWA Tag Team Title with "Pretty Boy" Doug Somers. He was in the very first match at the first WrestleMania as the masked Executioner, losing to Tito Santana.
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    Gay Wrestlers

    Yeah, I work shows with him nearly every weekend. He brings his husband with him most of the time.