PWTorch editor Wade Keller presents a special Thursday Flagship edition of the Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast featuring a WrestleMania 36 Preview with ex-WWE Creative Team member and professional stand-up comedian Matt McCarthy.
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-Dallas McCarver, the boyfriend of Dana Brooke (Ashley Sebera) and a bodybuilder known as “Big Country,” died last night at age 26. Dana Brooke told TMZ.com she believes he choked to death on food last night shortly after she talked to him. She said the last thing he said to her was “I love you. Goodbye.” NY DAILY NEWS ARTICLE
-Dolph Ziggler told Channel Guide Mag he is taking some time away from the spotlight, but doesn’t expect to receive an overhaul. “There is all this talk out there about me being repackaged,” he said. “I don’t think I’m doing that… It’s nice to take a little break and come back fresh. Not matter when or no matter what I’m doing, I think it will be nice. I’ve only missed a handful of weeks of work. After a while you just want to step out. People talking is fine. People are talking about you, so that’s a great thing. Some people’s jobs are to speculate. So, I can understand that. I’m still excited to be in the ring. I still do the live events and have a blast. I’ve been working with the likes of [Shinsuke] Nakamura, which has been really fun.” SOURCE LINK
–TMZ reports that Paige, who is still signed with WWE, will not be charged in the domestic violence incident with Alberto El Patron last month at the Orlando International Airport. At first, El Patron was investigated for domestic violence charged, but charges were not filed. Orlando police recommended Paige be investigated, also, and now she has been cleared. The incident triggered El Patron’s suspension by GFW and subsequently being stripped of the GFW World Title.
-GFW taped Impact Wrestling last night in Orlando, Fla. We didn’t receive a correspondence report, but ProWrestling.net has full detailed results HERE.
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