WWE On “Top 10 Most Controversial Wikipedia” List, Cena Surprises Fan, JR/Paul Bearer
-WWE Champion John Cena recently re-tweeted the following post on his official Twitter page:
@JohnCena makes surprise visit to young Rhys’ home & invites him to #WWELive tonight in Melbourne, Australia #Smile
The tweet also included a photo of Cena making the surprise visit.
-CNN recently compiled a list of the “Top 10 Most Controversial Wikipedia Pages,” with WWE coming in at number four. Regarding WWE, the article notes:
“No, we didn’t see a pro wrestling page making the list either. But with an ever-changing roster and the titles, descriptions and even names of its performers constantly changing, it makes sense that it would be among the site’s most frequently tweaked pages.”
Check out the rest of the list online at CNN.com.
-Digital Spy recently spoke to WWE Hall Of Famer Jim Ross about the late William Moody, aka Paul Bearer. In the interview, Ross mentions how he re-signed him under the agreement that Bearer would address his weight and health issues. JR said, “We were always concerned about his health.” He continued, “I remember when I signed him to come back to WWE, part of that agreement was to help him get his surgery to address his weight issues. We were very concerned and wanted him to be healthy and wanted to help him be healthy. Having an eating disorder is nothing to joke about. It’s not a fat joke. It’s a serious issue that the company took very seriously.”
Check out the complete Jim Ross interview online at DigitalSpy.com.