Zack Ryder Kills Broski Gimmick
In his new Youtube show Zack Ryder kills his broski gimmick:
ICP Youshoot Preview
Kayfabe Commentaries have uploaded a preview for the Insane Clown Posse Youshoot:
WARNING: Wicked Clown spotting on your screen! The most outrageous duo in music have come to take the YouShoot oath…ask ANYTHING and they will answer it! What will probably surprise you is the passion and love these cats have for music. Fer real!
One thing may surprise you…just how passionate these guys are about wrestling. They may be a punchline for your jokes, but Violent J and Shaggy 2 Dope started by doing the backyard thing years ago and went on to work in all the major federations’ rings.
Some familiar faces submitted questions and we get responses from the guys to them, you, and even reactions to their mention on other KC programs. One thing’s for sure, when the name ICP is uttered, the story is extreme.
Join the one and only Violent J and Shaggy 2 Dope as they welcome Juggalos and haters alike to their YOUSHOOT.
Kofi Kingston Wants To Turn Heel
Kofi Kingston recently told Ring Rust Radio that he’d love to turn heel:
Vince McMahon On Being Rich and Who Will Run WWE
In a rare interview, Vince McMahon recently spoke to Forbes.com, who included him in their latest billionaire list.
Here’s a snippet about how he doesn’t see himself fitting in with other rich people:
…Not that McMahon is keeping score. “I don’t consider myself a rich person,” he says in a rare moment of modesty. “I know that I am, but it’s not like I belong to any country clubs.” He and his wife, Linda, live in nearby Greenwich, Conn., but he doesn’t exactly treat himself to expensive toys. Years ago he owned a cigarette boat called Sexy Bitch, but McMahon’s indulgences are limited these days. “I have a car that goes very fast and a motorcycle that goes extraordinarily fast,” he says of his Bentley and a Boss Hoss 502. “I love speed.” Beyond that, he adds, “I don’t really have anything in common with anyone in Greenwich except zeros. Normally I do not like rich people.”
McMahon was also asked about who may take over after he retires:
Another big question hanging over WWE is succession. As he nears 70, McMahon certainly shows no signs of slowing down. For many years the WWE was Vince McMahon, but even he acknowledges that it can no longer be his sole vision. Today, in addition to having comedians and veteran sitcom writers on staff, WWE has executives from diverse backgrounds, including a CFO, George Barrios, who came from a very different arena, the New York Times Co.
Assuming McMahon doesn’t sell, there are logical heirs to his ringdom, but he is understandably coy about it. McMahon’s 37-year-old daughter, Stephanie, is the current chief brand officer, and her husband, Paul Levesque, is the executive in charge of talent, live events and creative, but there is no guarantee that the company will be run by another McMahon in the future. “I would like to see a degree of that,” he admits. “I just think as times go on, things will evaporate. Eventually Uncle Sam sees the benefit. You can’t do anything without Uncle Sam taking a huge bite of it.”
And what about the monster inside Vince McMahon? Will it ever be satisfied by his success? “I have a voracious appetite, for life and ¬everything in it,” he says. “To a certain extent I will die a very frustrated man because I didn’t do this or accomplish that.”