Regal’s Former Partner Writing a Book, Ambrose Works Supershow, David Otunga, Rumor on the Third WWE Superstar to Fail a Recent WWE Wellness Test THQ Shoots Down Online Rumors, Reveals WWE Video Game Rights Through 2017
June 17, 2012 · 0 Comments
“I’m sat with Dave Taylor and he’s been asked to write a book about his 38 year career.IMO it will be the funniest,most fascinating book about a real respected journeyman wrestler ever.Can’t wait.”
– WWE Superstar David Otunga and his son are featured in the new issue of Ebony Magazine’s “Super Dads” column. Otunga said the following about trying to live a normal family life:
“Jennifer and I try to keep things as normal as possible. I’m very big on having a [regular] family life. We always go out, just the three of us, no security, and I’m there to make sure things are in order. If we worry about people stopping us and bothering us, it takes away from having fun. I’m pretty good at ensuring we can have family days while keeping it low-key.”
– Dean Ambrose worked last night’s WWE Supershow in Augusta, Maine. He defeated Alex Riley in the opening match.
– Rumors came out this weekend that several WWE Games employees were leaving THQ and that THQ was working on their final WWE video game with WWE ’13. THQ released an official statement to RipTen, revealing that they have the exclusive rights to WWE video games through 2017.
“We are extremely pleased with our relationship with the WWE, and have an exclusive license for the brand through 2017. Our recent videogame cover reveal for WWE ’13 on Monday Night Raw airing May 28, as well as WWE Superstar Sheamus’ recent appearance at E3 showcase examples of how well we are working collaboratively with the WWE.”
Frank Mir, the former UFC foe of Brock Lesnar, is the latest MMA fighter to say he is open to a career in pro wrestling. In a new interview with The Chronicle Journal, Mir was asked about potentially following Lesnar to WWE once he retires from UFC. Mir replied:
“Not opposed to the idea. I can’t do a back flip or anything.”
It was reported a few weeks back that three WWE Superstars had failed WWE Wellness tests this year. One was Randy Orton, who has been suspended for 60 days. The other was reported by SuperLuchas Magazine to be Cody Rhodes. Rhodes appeared to be taking time off but word came out that he wasn’t suspended because he provided a valid prescription for the drug he was taking.
Take this as a rumor until it’s confirmed by another source but SuperLuchas now reports the third WWE Superstar to fail the Wellness Policy was Ezekiel Jackson.
Jackson reportedly tested positive for high levels of synthetic testosterone. Jackson reportedly provided a legal prescription and was not suspended for violating the WWE Wellness Policy. Again, take this as a rumor until confirmed by another source.
-Lords Of Pain
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