Sam Roberts talks to Hulk Hogan on SiriusXM’s The Sam Roberts Show, about returning to the WWE, the current generation, and his interactions with Ric Flair, Ultimate Warrior, and Bret Hart, and more.
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April is Autism Awareness month and PWX is proud to announce a partnership with the UNC Greensboro chapter of Theta Delta Chi to support Autism Speaks. Beginning on World Autism Awareness Day, April 2, and continuing through the end of the month, PWX will donate 50 percent of all monies raised through the tip jars available on all of the television episodes and special videos posted on PWXProWrestling.com and our Vimeo channel to Autism Speaks
Rob Schamberger didn’t know much about pro wrestling when he caught his first televised mat show nearly 16 years ago.
He was 18 years old, doing laundry at his parents’ house, and his stepfather was flipping through channels.
When he stumbled upon a station where “Nature Boy” Ric Flair was cutting a promo, Schamberger immediately ceased what he was doing.
“My stepfather had been a fan back in the ’60s and ’70s here in Kansas City. He would go to Memorial Hall every Thursday night and watch guys like Bob Geigel, Bulldog Bob Brown, Harley Race and Sonny Myers,” Schamberger explains.
Welcome to this week’s OWW Match of the Week, in which one outstanding women’s wrestling match will be offered by ClickWrestle.com at a deep discount.
This week’s match is Kana vs. Jessie McKay from April 13, 2013!
Jessie McKay has had a lot of great victories in her career at SHIMMER, but now she faces one of the best wrestlers in the world in Kana. If she can pull of the victory here, it could potentially put her next in line for a championship shot.
All week this match’s price will be cut in half: from $2.49 to just $1.25.
Courtesy of Newsday.com:
The most important action of Tuesday’s WrestleMania 30 news conference at Hard Rock Café in Times Square didn’t take place on the podium.
To the stage’s left, behind the press chairs, Josh Mathews spoke to the Bella Twins live on the WWE Network before the event began. Scribes turned their backs to the stage and took pictures of that broadcast, part of the biggest gamble Vince McMahon has taken since mortgaging everything he had to put WrestleMania I at Madison Square Garden on closed-circuit TV.
Former ECW Champion and WWE Superstar Justin Credible has published a new column at PWMania.com. Credible discusses his favorite WWE WrestleMania moments.
Here are some highlights from his article:
Cody Rhodes discusses his first WrestleMania match when he battled fellow Legacy members Randy Orton and Ted DiBiase. Cody offers a unique insight on the entire match.
Is it possible to beat a mean within an inch of his life and remain PG? Abyss gets a new scarier(?) look and Spud is beat down with cardboard. Bo and Kat watch a Chris Benoit video on Remember When? Vinnie grills Ray Rosas in his latest HARRABLE interview. News and rumors on LMZ plus #MeatTwitcher of the week.
Hulk Hogan, John Cena and others showed up on Tuesday, April 1, at the Hard Rock Café in Manhattan to discuss this Sunday’s WrestleMania 30 at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans. It will be the first pay-per-view offered on the online WWE Network. (Credit: Newsday / Chris Ware)
Watch the video here!