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WWE Promotes Two NXT Trainers to New Positions

Today, WWE released a press statement announcing the promotion of two top trainers to new positions.  Matt Bloom, who in WWE was known as Tensai and Prince Albert, took over as the interim head trainer when Bill DeMott resigned his position.  538 more words

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Meet Your New WWE Performance Center Head Coach: Lord Tensai

WWE announced today that disgraced former Performance Center head coach Bill DeMott will be replaced by former wrestler and announcer Matt Bloom. You may know him better as Prince Albert, A-Train, Giant Bernard, Lord Tensai or Jason Albert. 355 more words

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Andrew Doig and the Loch Ness Film Festival

It’s not just the monster that’s causing a stir in Loch Ness, in recent years the surrounding Highlands have hosted an ambitious and dynamic independent film festival, screening everything from local films to movies made on the other side of the world. 649 more words

He Said, She Said: Spicing It Up in The Bedroom

With February being the month of love, we celebrated Valentine’s and introduced “He Said, She Said,” a four part series of advice columns every Friday featuring two of our male writers and two of our female writers. 1,844 more words

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Poll Who will have the most impact on the WWE?

which superstar will have the most impact and be the most dominant force on wwe future landscape? will Brock continue on his rampage? will Ryback remain undeafted and will Lord Tensai lay waste to the Raw roster? 7 more words

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A-Train Return To WWE As "Lord Tensai"

According to WrestleNews.com and F4Wonline.com, Tensai is being brought in to be a main event player that feuds with the top faces of the company, saying: 140 more words

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Lord Tensai: this looks promising

The news has already made it’s rounds on the internet, that the identity of Lord Tensai is the returning “Giant Bernard” Matt Bloom a.k.a. A-Train or Prince Albert (some of the tattoos match and also the body types have a lot of similarities).  482 more words

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