WWE Has “Hot Lesbian Action” Video Attacking Linda McMahon Removed, Update On Ezekiel Jackson
- The Connecticut Democratic Party continues to attack Linda McMahon with racy WWE footage that occurred while she reigned as the sports-entertainment organization’s CEO.
After releasing an attack video Monday showcasing clips of Edge and Lita’s “Live Sex Celebration” and Triple H dressed as Kane simulating mock sex with a mannequin in a casket, the party posted a video of the infamous “Hot Lesbian Action” segment that occurred on Raw ten years ago. The video, which was posted on Vimeo.com, was quickly removed due to a third-party notification by WWE claiming copyright infringement.
Eric Bischoff, the then-figurehead of Raw, announced on September 9, 2002 the introduction of an exciting and revolutionary new segment—“H.L.A.” Roughly an hour later, Bischoff returned and introduced two women—Looney Lane and Savvy from the California-based independent promotion Ultimate Pro Wrestling. They were given no names—the on-screen graphic simply identified them as “The Lesbians.” The two young ladies proceeded to kiss each other deeply and strip down to their undergarments in front of the audience. Bischoff them summoned the enforcer tandem Three Minute Warning, who proceeded to assault the two young women into unconsciousness.
- Ezekiel Jackson, who has not appeared in a WWE ring in over two months, tweeted an update regarding his whereabouts Wednesday. The one-time Intercontinental Champion suggested he has been sidelined with an injury.
“Met with Doc. here in beautiful Birmingham Alabama… I’m on the right track, healing well and can begin training… #myjourneycontinues,” he wrote.