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World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) star Hulk Hogan is "paralyzed" from the waist down, at least according to another legendary wrestler, it has been revealed. Kurt Angle, speaking on an episode of his top-rated podcast on Sunday, said that he and Hogan, 69, spoke backstage when they both appeared at the 30th Anniversary special for WWE’s program “Monday Night Raw.”
After securing a win over Apolo Crews at NXT Vengeance Day, Carmelo Hayes was riding high. He and Trick Williams walked down to the ring to sing their praises, and it looked like the duo were preparing for a one-way ticket to wrestle Bron Breakker… at least until JD McDonagh walked down to the ring […] The post Ilja Dragunov makes his surprise return NXT appeared first on ClutchPoints.
After a strong showing at NXT Vengeance Day, Wes Lee is riding high. He took care of Dijak, one of his biggest, toughest opponents in the WWE universe today, in the opening match to retain his North American Championship and now can look forward to all of the opportunities NXT presents for him, be that […] The post Wes Lee wants to get even better after NXT Vengeance Day victory appeared first on ClutchPoints.
In 2020, there wasn’t a more hotly anticipated match in AEW than the Young Bucks versus FTR. Finally, after years of anticipation, the two best tag teams in the world, at least according to general consensus, would finally take the ring to see who were the real top guys, and the fans both at home and in attendance at Full Gear 2020 would get to see if their specific styles of in-ring work would mesh together like peanut butter and chocolate or oil and water.
There have been a number of sad reports coming out of the world of professional wrestling in recent weeks, with former stars passing away, both during their career and following it.
On Valentine’s Day, it will officially be two months since Mandy Rose was released from her NXT contract by WWE. In those two months, the former NXT Women’s Champion has become a millionaire, become one of the top-earning talents on FanTime, and remained one of the hottest names in professional wrestling, so much so that none other than Renee Paquette, the backstage interviewer/broadcasting team member for AEW, booked her for an interview on her The Sessions podcast to finally get to the bottom of how her final days in WWE went down; an interview that has practically become a tradition at this point for former members of the WWE Universe.
On paper, it makes sense that Cody Rhodes is a big fan of Paul Heyman. Both spearheaded alternatives to WWE that capitalized on being the “cool” promotion at the time, both have a deep, near-encyclopedic knowledge of the professional wrestling business, and both are scheduled to appear in the main event of WrestleMania 39, with Rhodes booked to battle Roman Reigns for the Undisputed WWE Universal Championship and Heyman scheduled to stand in the “Head of the Table’s” corner willing him on to victory.
The bad blood between Migos’ rappers Quavo and Offset spilled into the 65th Annual Grammy Awards on Sunday night. Just moments before Quavo was set to perform his song “Without You” as a tribute to the late Takeoff during the show, emotions between the two boiled over backstage into a physical fight, according to TMZ. […] The post Why Quavo, Offset fought backstage before Takeoff tribute appeared first on ClutchPoints.