OWW’s David Buckler talks WWE, Cauliflower Alley Club, Miss Elizabeth, Vince McMahon, and more on the Sterling Eyes Podcast

SterlingOWW’s editor-in-chief David Buckler (@dlb19338) talks about the WWE, Hershey Park Arena, the Cauliflower Alley Club, Beth Phoenix, the Undertaker, Miss Elizabeth, Wrestlemania XXX, Vince McMahon, and more on this recent edition of the Sterling Eyes Podcast!

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The Sterling Eyes Wrestling Podcast Extravaganza is a UK based podcast hosted by Sterling Mantooth and Dead Eyes; reviewing and critiquing old school wrestling PPV’s from the 80?s and 90?s with the occasional special feature thrown in. In our show we look back in time at some of the all time greats who have made the business what it is today and rip into some of the absolute jobbers who have somehow managed to build a successful career. Prepare yourselves for foul language, lots of laughs, tons of wrestling trivia and history, backstage stories, insights, and a great trip down memory lane.

Congratulations to Edge and Beth Phoenix on the birth of their daughter

Beth and EdgeCongratulations are in order for former Divas and Women’s Champion Beth Phoenix, who recently had a baby!

Beth’s boyfriend, former 11-time World Champion Adam ‘Edge’ Copeland, announced that he had recently became a father in an interview last night.

Speaking with CBC television host George Stroumboulopoulos, Edge announced that he became a parent just six weeks ago.

When asked what the most romantic thing he has ever done was by Stroumboulopoulos, Edge replied: “Honestly, having a baby. As soon as you hold that baby and say ‘We created this’, it’s a bond for life.”

Edge did not disclose the gender of the child, but PWInsider have revealed more information. According to the site, the pair had a baby girl.

Beth Phoenix’s Glam Slam highlighted in WWE’s latest ’30 Second Fury’

BethThe latest 30 Second Fury on the WWE’s YouTube Channel is all about Beth Phoenix and her signature move, the Glam Slam.

Numerous instances of the devastating finisher are packed into the 30 second video, all capped off with the most devastating Glam Slam of all – the Super Glam Slam on Eve Torres at Survivor Series 2011.

Watch the video below:

CAC Radio interviews pro wrestling trainer Ron Hutchison

CAC Radio logoOn this edition of CAC Radio, David and Morgan welcome CAC member and pro wrestling trainer Ron Hutchison. Ron has trained a list of who’s who in professional wrestling, including Edge, Christian, Gail Kim, Trish Stratus, and Beth Phoenix, and at this year’s CAC Reunion he gave his very first seminar in a public forum. We hope you enjoy our 25th edition of CAC Radio!

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Kaitlyn names Beth Phoenix as her dream opponent

KaitlynWWE Diva Kaitlyn recently spoke with Chad Dukes and talked about wanting to face Beth Phoenix when asked about dream opponents:

“Probably Beth Phoenix if Beth ever came back. I had a couple of chances to work Beth before she retired, she helped me a lot in my career when I first started because I’d be on TV with no experience. There’s a lot of girls that helped me out along the way, AJ was one of them. I had always really, really wanted a chance to have a feud with her because we were such great friends for a long time and she taught me so much early on in my career and helped me through a lot of stuff. So that would be like a dream come true and hopefully the Chickbusters can reunite one day.”

BleacherReport.com presents: “The Top 50 WWE Divas of All Time”

TopDivas_crop_650x440Courtesy of BleacherReport.com:

There have been hundreds of women who have starred on WWE programming over the past 30 years.

We’ve seen evil managers, sexy valets, brave backstage interviewers and amazing wrestlers.

In the late ’90s, they were no longer known simply as women, they became “divas.” They had their own division, titles and storylines. Every fan seemed to have their favorite.

Even though the term “diva” is fairly new for WWE, the contribution of women to the company goes back much further.

This list takes a look at the greatest women wrestlers and personalities in WWE since the beginning of the WrestleMania era.

This is only for a woman’s contribution solely to the WWF/E. So keep in mind, some women featured here may not be ranked as high as they would be on an all-time greatest list.

The criteria for the ranking is based on a mixture of how management pushed them, their importance to the company, their popularity and their in-ring abilities.

With E!’s Total Divas under way, let’s take a look back at the ladies who paved the way.

Here is the top 50 of the most beautiful, breathtaking and butt-kicking women in WWE history.

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What If? : Women’s Wrestling Edition #2

What If

“What If?” is a weekly column where I discuss the “what ifs” of women’s wrestling that could’ve/would’ve/should’ve happened, from championship reigns to returns/debuts to storyline options.

This week’s What If is:

Beth Phoenix had never broken her jaw?

Beth Phoenix made her WWE debut when she attacked Mickie James after Mickie had just defended her Women’s Championship against Maria and went after Trish and her shoulder injury. In the coming weeks, Beth continued to go after Mickie, eventually leading to the fans finding out that Beth and Mickie had bad history with each other and Beth becoming Trish’s new friend and RAW’s newest diva. Beth Phoenix won her first WWE match when she teamed up with Torrie Wilson to defeat Victoria and Candice Michelle.

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Recent “Glamazon” Beth Phoenix interview


Courtesy: www.MondayNightMayhem.com

Former three-time WWE Women’s Champion and former WWE Divas Champion, “The Glamazon” Beth Phoenix, was the featured guest on this week’s edition of the award-winning Monday Night Mayhem, hosted by The Big Mosh & “The Chairman of the Board” Todd Vincent. Take part in #MNM11, the eleven-year anniversary celebration of “Your Home of Wrestling Radio” right now on Facebook (at www.Facebook.com/MondayNightMayhem &www.Facebook.com/FeelTheMayhem), and follow The Mayhem on Twitter (at www.Twitter.com/FeelTheMayhem).

The former WWE Diva joined The Big Mosh & “The Chairman of the Board” Todd Vincent for her highly-anticipated MNM return, which is now available for download on the Wrestleview Radio Network:

Beth Phoenix/Monday Night Mayhem Interview (MP3 Streaming Audio):


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Recent Kia Stevens interview


Courtesy of LordsofPain.net:

In the spring of 2011, Kia Stevens, famously known as Awesome Kong, burst onto the WWE scene by decimating members of the Divas division. Then, almost as suddenly as she first appeared, the internationally-acclaimed grappler took a leave of absence, with her affiliation with the sports-entertainment organization ultimately ceasing last summer. Speaking to Wrestling101.com, Stevens recalled her brief stint in WWE.

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