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Many Overly Drunk Fans Escorted Out Of Summerslam & Scott Hall Comments on Summerslam Weekend

— There were over a dozen instances of overly drunk fans being escorted out of WWE SummerSlam Sunday night because of bad behavior.

– Scott Hall took to Twitter to comment on his appearances in New York for SummerSlam weekend: 46 more words

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hitman book

Bret “Hitman” Hart has been an icon in the wrestling business even to this day. I finished his book today and did enjoy it. For the most part, it kept my attention for the duration of the reading. 352 more words


Savio Vega Talks About WWF Run, Joining Nation Of Domination, Turning Heel, More

Savio Vega spoke to the Two Man Power Trip of Wrestling Podcast recently, talking about his Kwang character, his WWE run, and much more. You can check out highlights below, and the full podcast at this link. 551 more words


Scott Hall Went Full Creepy Uncle To Paige On Twitter And People Freaked Out

Kids these days are so sensitive. Remember the Attitude Era when men could strip women down to their lingerie in the ring and get cheered? Remember the good days when women who rejected men’s advances were b*tches? 259 more words


Scott Hall Under Fire For Twitter Comment At WWE Diva Paige

WWE Hall of Famer Scott Hall has pissed off somebody after he sent a tweet to WWE Diva Paige which read:

“@RealPaigeWWE Such a naughty girl. 152 more words


Scott Hall Takes Critisim Following A Joke Towards A WWE Diva

WWE Hall of Famer Scott Hall took some criticism from fans on Twitter after joking around with WWE Diva Paige on Twitter. Check out the tweets down below: 109 more words

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Wrestling in the Clinton years: Hall Hell Breaks Loose.

By Martin Dixon (@BunnySuicida) Oh boy, here we go. Big changes are afoot for Wrestling in the Clinton years. Not only is Nitro now two hours in length (and I apologise for the length of this edition in advance, I’ll try streamlining things as I go forward) but there’s a strong case to be made for this being the moment wrestling changed forever. 3,303 more words