Police were called to the home of Steve Williams (Steve Austin) at 4 a.m. last night when wife Debra called claiming she had been attacked. Steve was gone by the time police arrived, and saw Debrfa with a welt under her left eye and bruises to her shoulders and back. She told the police she was reluctant to call because of her husband's celebrity status but that things like this had happened before. This was reported earlier tonight on the KMOL News (NBC affiiliate) in San Antonio.
gonna build a giant drill and bore straight into hell releasing ancient demons from their sleep-forever spell so they can walk upon the earth and get recituated and run the diet pill pyramid that MC Pee Pants has created
I don't know if they would, but maybe their sites would have something. The local stations usually break this sort of stuff early, though... I know I got news of Layne Staley's death before anyone outside of Seattle when a relative there told me.
Well, the first specific wrestler's site LookSmart comes up with is Ivory's... hmm...
"LookSmart Web Categories "WWE" - World Wrestling Entertainment - WWE Wrestlers - WWE Smackdown! - Other WWE Wrestlers - WWE Wrestler, Ivory"
Anyway, might as well go to the source... okay, nothing on KMOL.com. Hrm. I'd wait for tomorrow.
Originally posted by Freeway420If only Owen's death was a work...and Pillman's...and Bulldog's...and Andre's...and Gorilla's... I hope against hope that one day Gorilla will come out before the show...but he never does. *Sniff*
First, if Andre the Giant had never died, he would've been working with Hogan in WCW, and you'd be bashing his matches every second. Nostalgia is the only thing keeping you glued to his memory, although he was awesome.
Second, noboby cared about Davey Boy Smith until he died. Appearantly, he was a prick in real life, but damnit, he was the British Bulldog!
Pillman and Owen I agree with. It was tragic that they died, especially Owen, since he wasn't, a, you know, DRUG ADDICT or anything.
Gorilla, well, Gorilla is another thing. The guy was old, and maybe, just maybe, old people with bad backs and terrible bodies due to years of travel, bumping, and other wear an tear like the thought of going to heaven.
But then again, I could be wrong.
While working security at a local indy show, I saw Ricky Morton's bare ass, and the next time I hear anybody out there say "playing Ricky Morton", the person they mention had best have a really nice ass.
I don't know what to say. Here I've been ranting on Austin's business practises and what he's done for wrestling and everything about the business, and this whole time there's been something a lot more serious at work. Now he's missing. We've got to hope this doesn't get any worse. Hope and pray.
"The greatest trick the devil ever played was convincing the world he didn't exist. And the greatest trick Hulk Hogan ever played was convincing the world workrate didn't exist."
Hey, was it just me or was there a lack of wrestling on this show? It seemed like every other segment was a "moments ago" or just a bunch of talking stuff. And who the heck thought the Taker/Brocky feud needed an affair spin?