Monday, May 30, 2011

JR Comments On Kharma's Story

On Twitter, Jim Ross tweeted the following:

Lots of angry folks. Ask @Kharma the story. She's a wrestler & not a typical WWE Diva. King havin fun w/ OKC Thunder. Yes, I'm fat. Duh."

@JoeyStyles @Kharma My fat arse getting all kinds of evil Tweets. I'm a Kharma fan BTW. Does every female wrestler HAVE 2 be a 'Diva?
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Update On Kharma Being Pregnant

Just to confirm what happened on Raw, Kharma is legitimately pregnant and is expected to return to WWE in a years time.
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Update On Audio Issues During Raw

WWE was having technical issues during the first segment of Raw. It wasn't some form of an angle with R-Truth.
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Audio: Wrestling News Live Featuring DDP Interview Following WWE Raw 5/30/11

Tune in tonight to starting at 11:30pm EST, 9:30pm MST as WNL returns to the airwaves on the SNS Radio Network as Diamond Dallas Page joins " The Outlaw of the IWC" The TreyDawg and "Mr. Money on the Mic" JJ (ALL CAPS) $exay.

On tonights show the boys will be discussing the "News of the Week" sponsored by,the 5-30-11 edition of RAW and air an interview with the former three time WCW world Champion Diamond Dallas Page. After the interview, the guys will be taking calls via the skype line just add sundaynightshowdown to your buddy's list or simply call 501 588 7957 or send your emails to and join the "Live" chatroom to be an interactive part of the show
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Fan Thrown Out Of TNA TV Taping For Posting Spoilers posted this:

John Benoit, who has been a semi-regular correspondent for TNA events as well as other events in the Orlando area, was ejected from tonight's Impact Wrestling tapings.
Benoit was ejected from the event by a TNA Producer and then walked off Universal property by an Orlando police officer. Benoit was shown's website on a mobile device owned by a member of TNA security and then informed he was being thrown out.
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Live WWE Raw results 5/30/11

Stay tuned right here for Raw results, and dont forget to join us over at after Raw for Wrestling News Live with a huge interview with DDP.

Raw starts with a video package saying that the episode for tonight will be in honor of the Troops for Memorial Day in America.

Next up we see R-Truth trashing the merchandise area, but unfortunately for Raw viewers, there is no audio. Next it goes to The King and Micheal Cole who talk about R-Truths conspiracy and how that is fueling the fire for R-Truth. Truth then comes down through the crowd and starts berating on every fan with a Cena shirt or hat on. Truth finally gets in the ring, and tells the crowd its no longer about them, its all about himself. Truth continues to berate the crowd saying he hates Little Jimmy, when John Cena's music hits and the crowd comes unglued. Also during this entire segment, the audio and video is not synched.

Cena tells Truth he has finally gone off the deep end, and Truth tells Cena that he isnt about dancing anymore. Cena tells Truth that he has no problem knocking some sense into Truth, and Truth comes back with all the little Jimmies can see him get beat down. Then comes the blinking lights and audio sounds, and its the GM, Cole gets up to read the email (Anyone else think Cole is the GM? Hm) and the email apparently says lets make it official, and it will be Cena vs R-Truth tonight, and apparently there will be no little Jimmies at ringside.

They then show a video of the Kharma moment from last weeks Raw with Kharma crying, saying she will speak tonight.

We come back from commercial with a video showing WWE's Memorial Day with a group of guys eating watermelon and relaxing beside a kiddie pool.

1st Match: Kofi Kingston vs Dolph Ziggler (w/ Vickie Guerrero)
Winner: Dolph Ziggler after a very good match.

Out next is Alberto Del Rio and we are introducted to little Eddie Munst..... I am sorry, Ricardo Rodriguez to introduce ADR. We go back to a video of last weeks Raw, where we see Kane and Big Show talking, with Show sitting on ADR's car, where at the same time, Show/Kane lost the tag team titles, and then Big Show is run over by Ricardo Rodriguez in ADR's car. Ricardo then tries to say his piece in Spanish (Anyone know what he said?), before ADR stopped him and told him it was fine. ADR then said bad things happen to bad people talking about Big Show. ADR then said he was sending the bill to Kane and Big Show and told Big Show to get well soon.

2nd Match: Bella Twins vs Eve and Kelly Kelly (Chris Kelly's wet dream x2)
Winners: Eve and Kelly Kelly

After we come back from the commercial, Micheal Cole is in the ring running down Alex Riley's backstab attack on the Miz last week. He then goes to a video of the Miz berating Riley, and the beat down. After the video ends, out comes Alex Riley to some of the best entrance music ever and even a great pop from the crowd. When Riley gets to the ring, Cole starts on him about the backstab attack again, and then asks him, "How could you?" Cole then goes on to say that the Miz is like a father figure to Riley, and he took him under his wing and let him fly. Cole says that Miz is emotionally scarred, that Riley was Miz's brother, his right hand man. Riley finally has a chance to speak, and says, he has never felt better in his life. Cole tells Riley should get on his knees and beg for forgiveness and mercy. Cole starts to berate Riley before Riley tells Cole to shut up, and says hes arrogant and annoying like the Miz. Cole then tells Riley hes a bastard, and Riley pushes Cole down and starts to berate him before the Miz comes out and takes Riley down and we have a fight between Miz and Riley. Riley is beating down Miz once again, when Miz runs through the crowd to get away from Riley, and Riley is standing tall in the ring.

3rd Match: CM Punk vs Rey Mysterio
Winner: CM Punk after a massive kick to the head.

Now they are showing a video of Stone Cold Steve Austin on the Jimmy Fallon show.

After the commercial we come back to Kharma in the ring, where she is going to talk about her breakdown. She says that ever since she was a kid she wanted to be a WWE Superstar, not a diva, a superstar. She talks about going out for WWE Tough Enough, and talks about going to Japan and scrubbing the floors just to get training. Kharma then breaks complete character and tells the audience and the Universe that she is pregnant and said she would be back. And out comes the Bella's, who berate Kharma on her weight and trashing her being pregnant. Kharma then says, that she hopes that in 1 year, the Bellas are still there, because she has a new dream.

They are now playing the dream sequence of Obama during the Capitol Punishment.

4th Match: Jack Swagger vs Evan Bourne (Rematch from last weeks Raw)
Winner: Evan Bourne after a rollup for a upset win.

5th Match: R-Truth vs John Cena (Match with no little Jimmies at ringside)
Winner: R-Truth by countout

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The Rock: The Most Electrifying Man in Sports Entertainment DVD Review

DVD Review
The Rock: The Most Electrifying Man in Sports Entertainment

The Rock, known these as Dwayne Johnson, was one of the key people that helped to make WWE and wrestling in general more notoriety. His catchphrases and matches got are still remembered by fans. While his movie career is probably considered hit or miss, his time as a professional wrestler, not sports entertainer, was definitely a hit.

Sadly this DVD, while enjoyable, isn’t a must get. All to it is a series of matches with intervals in-between them that last a few minutes and are mostly used to set up for the match to follow. The Rock himself isn’t even in this set unless you included achieved segments. Instead we get someone who sounds like he does movie intros is the voice for these DVDs.

That drawback aside, the matches put into this set are some, not all, matches that The Rock has had in his career.

Disc 1

Intercontinental Title Match:
Hunter Hearst-Helmsley (c) vs. The Rock
RAW Is War - 2/13/97
Rock’s first championship win. The win wasn’t well received in the long run as WWE was basically forcing him down the fans’ throats. Decent match to a future feud that’ll become more successful.

WWE Championship Tournament Final Match:
Rock vs. Mankind
Survivor Series - 11/15/98
First match that led to a series that the two of them would have. Somewhat forgotten when compared to the ones they would have afterward. The swerve was nicely done and unexpected at it’s time.

WWE Championship Last Man Standing Match:
Mankind (c) vs. The Rock
Valentine’s Day Massacre - 2/14/99
Violent and physical match with neither holding anything back. Ending to the match didn’t take away from the enjoyment.

WWE Championship:
Mankind (c) vs. The Rock
RAW Is War - 2/15/99
Not the best ladder match there has been but helped to put an end to the rivalry between the two.

WWE Championship Match:
The Rock (c) vs. Stone Cold Steve Austin
WrestleMania XV - 3/28/99
The first of the trilogy of match that would have with one another at Mania. Holds up to the two that would follow.

Disc 2

Steel Cage Match:
Rock vs. Triple H
RAW Is War - 7/5/99
Hard hitting match between the two. Another good addition to the series that they would have.

WWE Championship Match:
Triple H (c) vs. The Rock
Backlash - 4/30/00
An uphill challenge for the challenger. Appearance from Steve Austin added to the match. Out of the matches that these two had that’s in this set, this was the best.

WWE Championship Steel Cage Match:
The Rock (c) vs. Shane McMahon
RAW Is War - 5/1/00
Like with the previous match, it was practically a handicap match. As usual, Shane was able to put out a good performance.

WWE Championship Match:
Kurt Angle (c) vs. The Rock
No Way Out - 2/5/01
More times than not these two have great matches and this was no exception. Only drawback was the screwed up finish.

WCW World Heavyweight Title Match:
Booker T (c) vs. The Rock
SummerSlam - 8/19/01
Make up your own mind whether the WWE vs. WCW/ECW was a success or failure. We got some matches that people wanted to see. For me this was one of them.

Undisputed WWE Championship Match:
Chris Jericho (c) vs. The Rock
Royal Rumble - 1/20/02
Great match that the two were accustom of having. With so much focus on The Rock likely going over, the ending shouldn’t have been so surprising but that wasn’t the case.

Disc 3

Rock vs. “Hollywood” Hulk Hogan
WrestleMania X8 - 3/17/02
Is explanation really necessary for why this was a must see match? No fans expected this to happen and were eager to see it when it was announced. Stole the show and should’ve been the match to ended that WrestleMania.

Undisputed WWE Championship Triple Threat Match:
Undertaker (c) vs. The Rock vs. Kurt Angle
Vengeance - 7/21/02
One of the better triple threat matches ever done. Having each one hit the other’s finishers added to it.

Rock vs. Eddie Guerrero
RAW Is War - 7/22/02
A one time match that had two great competitors having a great match. Wished there could’ve had more of them.

WrestleMania XIX, Rock vs. Stone Cold Steve Austin, 3/30/03
Third and final of the Mania matches between two men who helped to keep WWE going. Like with the previous two Mania matches, this was one to see.

Final Verdict
Only other extras are a few promos where in Rock fashion verbally abuse someone and “electrify” the crowd. They’re all funny in their own ways but last a few minutes.

DVD isn't the greatest one I've ever seen but by no means is it a complete miss. If you’re a fan of The Rock, get this DVD. If not, find a way to at least view it.
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Matches For Tonight's WWE Raw

According to, the following matches will take place tonight on WWE Raw:

Rey Mysterio vs. CM Punk

WWE Intercontinental Champion Kofi Kingston vs. Dolph Ziggler

Be sure to check out "Wrestling News Live" following WWE Raw at 11:30pm EST on
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Live *Spoilers* For TNA Impact Wrestling 6/2/11

Impact Wrestling opens with Velvet Sky and ODB brawling outside and then into the Impact Zone. Security tries to break it up but ODB knees the guards in the groin and beats down Sky in the ring.
*Mr. Anderson cut a promo saying he is facing someone from Sting's past tonight.

*In the parking lot, Eric Bischoff is served some sort of legal paperwork by the Network.

*In the ring, Eric Bischoff tries to strip Beer Money of the TNA Tag Team championships with the idea that Robert Roode is too injured but Alex Shelley comes out and offers to sub for Roode, so at Sacrifice, it's James Storm & Alex Shelley vs. The British Invasion for the championships.

*In a match to determine the top contender to the X-Division championship, Brian Kendrick vs. Kazarian goes to a time limit draw. They restart the match but Abyss hits the ring and takes them out.

*Crimson defeated Matt Hardy. Samoa Joe comes out and he and Crimson get into it.

*Angelina Love defeated Miss Tessmacher

*TNA TV champion Eric Young, dressed like Great Muta, pinned Mr. Anderson after Gunnter tried to interfere, but Young spews mist into Anderson's eyes. Sting saves Young from a post-match beating.

*Bully Ray and AJ Styles go back and forth and in the end, a Falls Count Anywhere match is set up for the Slammiversary PPV.

*Scott Steiner and Jeff Jarrett defeated Matt Morgan and Kurt Angle.

*Hulk Hogan and Eric Bischoff cut a promo announcing Mick Foley has been fired
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Sean Waltman Opens Website

Sean "X-Pac" Waltman has opened his new official website at If you're a fan of the former WWE, WCW and TNA star, you now have a chance to keep up with all the latest in Sean's life and career. Sean will be regularly posting new exclusive content, including blogs, videos, Q&A's, pictures and much more! You can also inquire about booking Sean for fu