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VIDEOS: Bray Wyatt’s SD! Promo + Nikki Bella/Complex, More

– The Bella Twins recently took part in a smokin’ hot photoshoot in their bikinis on the beach. If you’re interested, you can click here to view 40+ photos of The Bellas in their bikinis on the beach. Dayum!

Nikki Bella was featured in a video for Complex which revealed that she had custom-made sneakers for her match at SummerSlam. At the same event, Kofi Kingston revealed new “Wings 3.0 Gold” shoes from Adidas and designer Jeremy Scott.

Here’s a description of the video: “It’s well known that there are at least a few sneaker guys in the WWE, but ladies love sneakers, too, and WWE Diva Nikki Bella got a custom pair of Nike Dunks from sneaker customizer Mache to wear at the event.”

– Here’s the promo that Bray Wyatt delivered at the end of last night’s SmackDown:

“This is MY game. I call the shots. I MAKE THE MOVES!” – @WWEBrayWyatt #SmackDown #BlackSheep

— WWE (@WWE) September 4, 2015

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Exclusive Update: Sabu Responds To The PWS Drug Allegations (Audio)

As we previously reported, Pro Wrestling Syndicate co-promoter Pat Buck claimed he found drug paraphernalia and blood in Sabu’s hotel room after an event last month. In an interview with Another Wrestling Podcast, Sabu gave his side of the story.

He said: “For one its funny as hell and the truth is not as good as what they made it sound like…it was awesome what they were quoted, drugs, blood, & feces that was great, that sounds like a great movie…I’m going to tell you the truth why they bashed me and why they pulled this shit. Because I refused to put over their fat ass fucking japanese prick that they wanted me to put over who I have never heard of. And they know, I’m sorry to get mad but i’m going to tell you why they pulled this shit. They know I get payed more to put over a nobody, sorry he’s a nobody but he is. What they do this fuckhead company out of NJ, they bring in big named talent and put over their dronies, which is fine except for I’m not one of those guys that do that, they knew that from the beginning. So they pulled that on me twice, I let it go. They pulled it on me again so I didn’t let it go, so we had a little disagreement, and afterwards they’re saying I tore this hotel room up with pictures and all this bullshit, shit all over the place and a dog. And their right I had a dog and it made a mess, but there was no shit, there was no drugs, no needles, there was blood because you know I bleed and that’s the way it is, you know i didn’t bleed all over the place.I bled in bed and probably on the shower curtain but they made it sound like I murdered somebody in that room and sacrificed my dog and shit all over the room. And that sounds great but that’s not true. They said they had a bill stating that the hotel…when we checked in under my name and my credit card was not denied like they said it was, when we check out the room had my name on it, not theirs. The pictures of the bill they’re showing has Pat Bucks name on it, so fuck him! He probably shit all over the place and bled and killed someone all over the room and sacrificed a dog. But the truth is it was so funny I didn’t even want to respond because the way they made it, it sounded better than the truth, sounded like like I’m a rockstar and having a great time. and I am having a great time, but not that great of time.”

For what it’s worth, Sabu was found out passed out in a bathroom and then taken to a hospital before an indy show last year (click here to view photos of that incident) and numerous indy promoters have claimed he’s either been late or no-showed their events. Another promoter directly emailed us to say Sabu showed up in “terrible shape and we refused to let him go out there in front of our fans. It was embarrassing.” We’re told Sabu has a “pretty bad rap” among indy promoters so we’ll see what comes of this …. if anything.


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Zach Gowen Reacts To A Meeting He Had With Vince McMahon

Zach Gowen recently spoke our for a new interview. During the interview, Gowen recalled the angle where Brock Lesnar shoved a stunt man dressed as him down a flight of chairs in a wheelchair, saying that Vince McMahon gave him the option of taking the bump himself.

“WWE is a production,” Gowen said. “It’s a real, live, television production. They have stunt men come in and do things, especially in backstage segments. So, they had a stunt man take the bump for me, which was great. Right before the stunt man is about to take the fall, I’m standing up there watching them film it. Vince McMahon looks at me and he says, “You know, kid, if you want… you can take the bump. You can do it yourself if you want.” I said, “no thanks man.” I know I’m stupid but I’m not that stupid. I’m not going to fall down two flights of stairs in a wheel chair. I’m not trained to do that.”

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Ex-WWE Writer Explains Why Pro Wrestling Guerrilla (PWG) Matters

In an editorial for, former WWE writer/editor/web producer Aubrey Sitterson spoke about last weekend’s Pro Wrestling Guerrilla “Battle of Los Angeles” three-day tournament.

Here are some excerpts:

This past weekend, the standout independent wrestling promotion, Pro Wrestling Guerrilla, put on its annual Battle of Los Angeles tournament, perhaps better known as BOLA. For three days, American independent stars, underutilized former WWE talents, a batch of wrestlers from Mexico’s AAA promotion, and an invading party of Europeans competed for a shot at the PWG World Title. Anyone who knows PWG’s stellar track record — or just took a cursory glance at the tournament’s amazing, dream match lineup — could tell you that the tournament was incredible, but the importance of PWG in the 2015 professional wrestling landscape goes far beyond mere match quality.

I’ve missed very few PWG shows since I moved to Los Angeles in 2012. That’s because, from the very first moment I stepped inside the American Legion Post #308 in Reseda, California (a small neighborhood in Los Angeles’ San Fernando Valley), I could feel that Pro Wrestling Guerrilla was something far, far different than I’d ever experienced before.

The easiest comparison, the one that’s made most frequently, is to the glory days of ECW, the hyper-violent, often profane brainchild of wrestling mad-genius Paul Heyman. On a surface level, the comparison holds up: like in ECW’s earliest days, PWG is confined to a single area — a single location, even — with an outrageously loyal fan base, a ton of buzz, and a business model propped up by DVD sales. But truthfully, that’s where the similarities end.

While ECW prided itself on stacking the roster with misfits — the talents who weren’t right for bigger, cleaner, more sanitized promotions like WWE (then WWF) and WCW — most of PWG’s recent explosion in popularity can be chalked up to the promotion’s uncanny ability to book and promote talents that are destined for big things in WWE, though they wrestled under other names: Seth Rollins, Daniel Bryan, Adrian Neville, Kalisto, and many more have competed inside the PWG ring. But PWG’s most recent surge in popularity? That can be chalked up to two other names: Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn.

Do you guys remember former WWE Diva Molly Holly? We just posted a brand new photo of her and she looks COMPLETELY different these days If you’re interested, you can click here to view the new look photo. Wow!


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