Daniel Bryan Discusses Career Goals and CM Punk
In a recent interview with Detroit Sports 105.1 Daniel Bryan discussed his career goals:
I don’t ever think in terms of ‘making it.’ Success is a funny thing, because as soon as you reach one goal you have other goals. And that’s in any business. If you would’ve asked me before I even got to WWE if I had made it just based on my independent career in wrestling internationally, I would say to you, ‘Yeah.’ Even if that was the end of it, I didn’t have to do anything but put on spandex tights and go out and wrestle in front of people.
He was also asked about CM Punk:
Honestly I don’t know that much. I haven’t heard from him since he left. The company hasn’t really released anything other than he’s no longer with the company right now. It’ll be interesting to see what happens.
Check out the full interview below:
Big Vito Rushed To Hospital
Though the cause is not yet known Big Vito’s girlfriend revealed on Facebook that he was rushed to hospital after a “mishap” and is undergoing surgery.
Vito most recently expressed interest in working for Jeff Jarrett’s new promotion.
We wish him a speedy recovery.
Dolph Ziggler On Powering Through WWE Schedule
In a recent interview with the Democrat Tribune Dolph Ziggler was asked how he stays motivated with WWE’s tough schedule:
There are days when you don’t feel good, you may be a little banged up or you’ve had 10 flight delays in the same day. If I was a fan sitting in the audience, I’d be disappointed if a top star didn’t wrestle. I want to give the fans a great show so I leave everything that may be bothering me in the dressing room, go out and give the show they want to see and then come back and deal with things that may have had be feeling down.
Ziggler also discussed working with Kofi Kingston:
Kofi Kingston and I have a good ongoing feud right now. We have been battling for the Inter-Continental and the United State titles the last couple months. We have totally different styles but we somehow compliment each other in ring. Growing up I watched Hulk Hogan, the Ultimate Warrior and Rick Flair. Flair had the style, the talk and the talent in the ring. I like the show stealers.
The Best Of RAW: After The Show DVD Synopsis
WrestlingDVDNews.com have revealed details on WWE’s upcoming The Best Of RAW: After The Show DVD and Blu-ray set, out April 22nd:
For 52 weeks a year, the WWE Universe is glued to their seats for 3 hours of pulse pounding action on Monday Night Raw. But what happens after the cameras stop rolling? Now, in this new DVD/Blu-ray set, The Best of Raw: After the Show, fans get a unique perspective of WWE’s flagship show, with never-before seen footage of Raw’s aftermath. Traditionally, Raw has continued on into the night purely for the enjoyment of the live audience. Now, no one is left in the dark as all the top Superstars in Raw history are presented in rare form.
Get a heavy dose of WWE’s most colorful Superstars- The Rock, Stone Cold Steve Austin, DX, John Cena and more, showing off their larger than life personalities, often times shedding their on-camera personas for the sake of pure fun. From Austin beer bashes, birthday celebrations, humorous improv, crowd interaction, and dark matches sure to please the hardcore fan, these are the moments that can only happen in WWE.