Former WWE Superstar and Tough Enough winner Maven Huffman recently participated in an “Ask Me Anything” chat on Reddit and revealed that the use of steroids helped his career.
I am Maven Huffman, a former professional wrestler with World Wrestling Entertainment. I was a three-time Hardcore Champion and named the PWI Rookie of the Year. In addition to winning the inaugural season of Tough Enough, I famously eliminated The Undertaker at the Royal Rumble and trained under WWE superstars Tazz and Al Snow.
WWE has had this little pay per view called TLC a.k.a. Tables, Ladders and Chairs. It is one of the greatest gimmicks in the history of wrestling but does it deserve a PPV named after it?
Back in 1999 at No Mercy PPV the Hardy’s took on Edge and Christian in a ladder match. Then the following WrestleMania and SummerSlam had a triple Ladder match. Then in the spring of 2001 Mick Foley who was the commissioner at the time made that famous line saying “Tables, Ladders and Chairs oh my” Once they had their crazy and spot fest match at WrestleMania 17 the match was sold in the hearts of the WWE Universe. Hardy’s brought the Ladders while the Dudley Boys had tables and The two future world champions Edge and Christian had the chairs.
The late Paul Bearer will be honored on December 8th as Championship Wrestling from Hollywood will present the Percival Pringle III Memorial Cup. It takes place on December 8th at 3pm from the Oceanview Pavilion in Port Hueneme, California. Admission is free!
On November 30th in Clinton Mississippi, Salem Sinner Sixx defeated Kyle Matthews to become the new AIWF World Heavyweight champion. The Salem Sinner has been chasing Kyle since May when Kyle won the title in a 4 way elimination match in Blue Ridge Georgia, defeating Sixx, Justin Overstreet, and Justin Flash in what many are calling the match of the year in the AIWF.
Sixx had been elimanated from the 4 way match by disqualification, thus allowing him to say he was never defeated by Matthews. The rematch between Sixx, and Matthews has been anticipated by AIWF fans for months.
Welcome to OWW Radio! Each week hosts David (@dlb19338) and Alex (@AlexGoff84) will provide perspective to the WWE, TNA, and everything else making news in the world of professional wrestling. A new episode will be posted each week. This week David and Alex celebrate Thanksgiving by reflecting on what they are thankful in pro wrestling. They discuss Hulk Hogan, Total Divas, ROH TV, WrestleCon, Survivor Series, and much more!
30 for 30 parties like its 1999!!!! And on today’s episode, it KIND OF IS! But it’s also 2000. Draven, GG, and D spend four hours reviewing Wrestlemania 2000, the sixteenth annual supercard from Anaheim! But as always we always give you more; such as: an over 15 minute bio on Chris Jericho, an analysis of the creative shift between the mysterious Chris Kreski and Vince Russo’s departure to WCW, the Radicalz jump from WCW, the birth of HUN TOR, WWE goes public, the addition of Smackdown, and A WHOLE LOT MORE! Celebrate the new millenium!!
Bombastic J and Bodacious G join the Emperor Big D as always…
Jim Cornette recently spoke with Steve and the Scum on WGD Weekly, talking about the launch of his new website, many of his current activities outside of the ring, his early days in the wrestling business and much more.
The interview with WGD Weekly can be heard in its entirety here:
WWE made some changes to their Wellness Policy back in July that went under the radar until now. The most notable changes appear to be fines for testing positive for alcohol and a new way talents can get violations erased from their record with the Redemption Program. Here are some of the changes: