Thursday, April 26, 2012

Rey Mysterio Suspended for 60 Days

Rey Mysterio SuspendedWWE has posted the following on WWE.com:

"STAMFORD, Conn. – In accordance with its Talent Wellness Program, WWE has suspended Oscar Gutierrez (Rey Mysterio) for 60 days effective Thursday, April 26 for his second violation of the company's policy."

Many would question how this happened since Mysterio has been out with an injury for months, but apparently talent are still susceptible to drug testing.  Being this is Mysterio's second violation of the policy, he's in a "three strikes you're out" situation where another violation could lead to his release.  It's unclear whether this is based on a prescription drug violation or something else.  Mysterio had seemingly been fairly close to his return, but will now obviously have to wait at least 2 more months before being able to make his return.

Wednesday, April 25, 2012

Buff Bagwell in Serious Car Accident

A bad bit of news to wake up to today, as TMZ reports that former WCW star Marcus "Buff" Bagwell was involved in a serious car wreck that has left him with a broken neck and multiple other injuries.  Many of you may remember Bagwell broke his neck in the ring on WCW TV back in 1998.

The report indicates Bagwell called his wife and indicated he was about to have a seizure before losing control and flipping his jeep in an all too similar fashion to the way we lost Randy Savage last year.  Bagwell was transported by emergency personnel to an Atlanta hospital where he was sedated due to the severity of his injuries.

Marcus Bagwell was a regular in WCW throughout the 90's, and played a major role in the WCW/nWo boom period in the late 90's when he was came into his own with the "Buff" character.  Here is to wishing Buff a speedy recovery, as he has fought his way back from a similar injury in the past and no doubt has what it takes to overcome adversity once again.

Tuesday, April 24, 2012

WWE Divas - No Clothes

Kelly Kelly BoobsThe title says it all for this post.  One of the most popular topics we get requests for is more posts on nudity from WWE Divas and former Divas, some of who are now TNA Knockouts.  Whatever the case, it's apparent from our research that many of you want to see the WWE Divas with no clothes.   Now if you are offended by this sort of thing, we advise you skip this post even though we will keep things clean here on this site and only link to the adult content many of you have requested.

Below we are going to highlight some of our past posts on Diva/Knockout nudity, as well as link to some known posts on other sites.  Hopefully this will answer some of your questions as to which Divas have gotten naked at some point. We will probably update this post as new nude content surfaces, just remember, don't click if you are easily offended by adult content.  We kick off with our most popular post on this site ever that highlighted the past of Mickie James:

Mickie James nude pics from porn magazine past

Current Diva Kelly Kelly topless boob slip

Legendary Diva Trish Stratus wet t-shirt photo shoot

Christy Hemme and Gail Kim pose in nude magazine spreads

Melina topless pics uncovered from pre-wrestling days

Candice Michelle in multiple adult movies and videos

Former Diva and Knockout Shelly Martinez in fetish movie and nude pics

Former Divas Champ Maryse Ouellett nude pics from Playboy past!

WWE Hall of Famer Sunny nude pics

Stacy Keibler bare butt from art book

Chyna debuts x-rated porn video

Former ECW General Manager and current TNA Knockout Taryn "Tiffany" Terrell in a nude movie scene

Ms. Brooke Tessmacher fully nude video

Wrestling stars Melina and Velvet Sky victims of huge celebrity nude pic leak

WWE Diva Lana pics from nude modeling past

WWE and Total Divas stars The Bella Twins do risqué lingerie shoot together

Former WWE Diva and current Ring of Honor star Marie Kanellis topless in movie scene

WWE and Total Divas star Eva Marie in controversial nude pics

So there you have it.  A list of all the hot Diva and Knockout nudity we have covered.  If there are more additions you would like to see feel free to comment on who you would like to see posted or who you hope goes a little further in the nudity area in the future.

Monday, April 23, 2012

Tough Enough Winner Andy Leavine Released by WWE

I'm sure many of you have wondered when exactly we would see Tough Enough winner Andy Leavine finally debut on WWE TV being WWE pushed the fact that the winner would become the next WWE Superstar, but that apparently will not be the case for Leavine.  Word is WWE quietly released Leavine after he had not progressed in WWE developmental.  Leavine had been working in FCW as "Kevin Hackman" in another odd case of WWE coming up with a new name for someone fans had already seen and known from Tough Enough.

While the show itself was great and got rave reviews, it seemed as if Leavine won Tough Enough maybe just based on having the most potential rather that being the one that was close to being WWE-ready.  I figured WWE would at least have Leavine in a small role on TV just to show viewers and future potential contestants that the winner does actually make it, just like they did years ago with Tough Enough winners. 

Leavine seemed like he could be molded into something, so it should be interesting if he sticks with the business and tries to further himself since there are plenty of places to go and develop in the U.S. and even Internationally.  If he doesn't purse the business further, his highlight will be getting a stunner from Steve Austin and never being seen again.  It remains to be seen if Tough Enough returns once the WWE Network is launched later this year.

Review: WWE Greatest Rivalries - Shawn Michaels vs. Bret Hart

Thanks to a pretty awesome update to Netflix streaming, I was finally able to catch the "WWE Greatest Rivalries: Shawn Michaels vs. Bret Hart" documentary, and I must say it was every bit as good as the previews made it look.  Contrary to what you might think, this wasn't just a sit down interview documenting the events of the Montreal Screwjob, but more of a documentary on Bret Hart and Shawn Michaels entire time in WWE together.

After brief bios on the start of each man's career, it was great to see this interview kick off with Jim Ross leading the conversation into the timeframe where The Rockers debuted in WWE, where the Hart Foundation were already an established team.  The initial talk covers tag team scene in the late 80's, and even talk from both Shawn and Bret about the infamous night The Rockers won the WWE Tag Team Championships from The Hart Foundation, but the decision never counted or aired due to the top rope breaking and ruining the match.  The conversation really opens viewers eyes to the fact that Bret and Shawn were good friends for years before any of the tension in the 1997 era.

We then move on to Bret and Shawn's move to singles competition, and the many matches they had together for years.  We look at both men's paths toward the Intercontinental and WWE titles, all leading up to talk of their legendary Iron Man Match at WrestleMania 12.  There were so many rumors about that match and they are all addressed here.  You really get a feel for how well things were protected back then, because many of the things that were going around were things they wanted everyone to think.

Of course the highlight of the whole conversation is indeed the talk about the Montreal Screwjob and its lead up and aftermath.  This is so unique because even though the stories has been told multiple times by multiple sources on multiple DVD's, this is the 2 men involved sitting side by side and telling their side.  Usually on a DVD you get a guy sitting there telling his side, but this was so unique as either guy was right there to agree or disagree to anything said.  The emotion from both sides while telling this story is what really drives home how the incident affected them both for years.  It was almost expected that Shawn Michaels might tear up while telling the story since he's let it be known for years how much of a changed man he is, but to see Bret also choke up a few times over various aspects of this time period really shows how important this project was for both of them.


If you were a fan of either man, or just a fan of this era, this DVD is a must see.  It is the final cap on the coverage of the Montreal Screwjob.  While DVD's like "Wrestling with Shadows" documented the entire event as it happened and were great, this is like the finale of it all with both men sitting down, discussing it, and maybe finally putting an end to it all.  I wanted to review the actual documentary portion here, but if you get the DVD or Blu Ray, there is a great assortment of matches as well including some rare house show matches with both singles and Rockers vs. Hart Foundation match ups.  If you became a fan in the last 5 years or so this DVD may not interest you, but beyond that I must say that this has to rank up there as possibly the best DVD that WWE has ever put out.

Tuesday, April 17, 2012

Why Brock Lesnar IS the New Face of WWE

It's been said since his return a couple of weeks ago... "Brock Lesnar, is the new face of WWE"....but I believe last night's pre-taped promo is what really solidified the fact.  The site of Brock's initial return causing a frenzy in the crowd with fans visually ecstatic, then Brock punching Cena in the face and bloodying him up the following week - both were really game changers, but Brock's words are what could bring fans back that haven't been able to stomach the "Cena Years."

In 1996, "Stone Cold" Steve Austin let us all know that he really didn't give a damn about the fans, management, or anyone else.  The rebellious rampage he went on for the next few years lit a fire that came to be known as the Attitude Era.  Now in 2012, we've had to sit through years of John Cena proclaiming how he loves the fans and will never change his morals etc. etc.  Last night Brock Lesnar let us know that he doesn't give a damn about anything but hurting people, and he came across as a cocky prick of a beast - the kind of guy males 18 and up won't be afraid to cheer.

"I'm not a Superstar....I'm an ass kicker....I am....Brock Lesnar."  It's the angle WWE has needed for years.  Brock Lesnar is back to bring legitimacy back to WWE, and it's such a true statement on many levels.  Bring in a guy that MMA fans have seen compete in brutal battles over the past few years, and a guy whose cocky attitude caused controversy the entire time.  Bring in an anti-Cena, a guy who is the exact opposite of everything Cena does and says.  The Rock was great to face off with Cena the past year, but The Rock is similar in his approach to loving the fans and the business.   Brock Lesnar is a legitimate ass kicking machine with the background to back it up....and makes sure we all know he doesn't give a damn about anything else.

The Lesnar promo was along the lines of something you would see in a UFC hype video.  There was no WWE pride, no love for anything WWE related, just the same smart ass Brock Lesnar that sold so many UFC ppv's.  The only time Lesnar seems happy is when he's making a smart ass comment or talking about destroying someone, and it's exactly what wrestling fans need.  For everyone that hasn't been able to stand the Cena character all these years, the Brock Lesnar promo below gives you someone to cheer for.....the new face of WWE:

Tuesday, April 10, 2012

Scott Hall beats up girlfriend. Gets arrested.


On Friday Scott Halls girlfriend, Lisa Howell, called the police after Scott had been drinking nonstop for days and choked her. Police arrived to see red marks around her neck and arrested Hall.

Scott Hall was so drunk that upon arrival to the police station, they refused to book him. The officers had to take him to a local hospital to get medical clearance, so he could be booked.

Lisa is not pressing charges however, so Scott should be able to resume drinking and beating the crap out of her pretty soon.

Monday, April 9, 2012

Pro Wrestling Roundup is Now on Facebook and Twitter!

In a move that's long overdue, we are glad to announce we have officially expanded Pro Wrestling Roundup into the social media world!  With such huge events going down recently such as WrestleMania 28 and of course the Brock Lesnar return to WWE, it was time to take things to the next level to bring you even more coverage, news, opinions, and more.

Pro Wrestling Roundup is going on our 5th year of bringing you everything from the pro wrestling world, and now we will be able to connect with readers even more between our posts on the site.  You can follow PWR on Twitter @PWRoundup and on Facebook at the Pro Wrestling Roundup Facebook page

Tuesday, April 3, 2012

R.I.P. Chief Jay Strongbow

Sad news to report today as WWE Hall of Famer "Chief" Jay Strongbow has passed away at age 83.  Strongbow (real name Joe Scarpa) debuted in 1947 using his real name before adopting the Chief persona many years later.  Strongbow was a multiple time WWWF/WWF tag team champion, and also had successful run in Big Time Wrestling in Detroit.  Throughout the 80's and 90's, Strongbow had retired and worked as a road agent for WWE.

What many may not know is that while Joe Scarpa portrayed Native American character "Chief Jay Strongbow," he was actually Italian American.  Strongbow was from a great era when wrestlers could fully present a character and keep their personal business separate.  For many years you could see Strongbow on WWE TV at ringside in his agent position and even made a few cameos over the years, most recently in 2008 on RAW. 

In 1994 Strongbow was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame by Gorilla Monsoon, and his character was solidified then as an iconic figure in WWE history.

Brock Lesnar Returns to WWE!

Brock Lesnar returns to WWE

In one of the most exciting moments on WWE TV in many many years, Brock Lesnar returned to WWE tonight and destroyed John Cena with an F5 straight to hell.  After Cena's loss to The Rock at WrestleMania, Cena was still booed unmercifully by the Miami crowd with chants of "you're a loser" as Cena reiterated that he would never lash out at the fans etc. etc..  Basically he said everything that makes fans hate him even more.  "We Want Lesnar!" chants broke out during his promo, as many fans had read the rumors in the past few days that Lesnar had signed.  Cena proceeded to invite The Rock out to tell him he was the better man or something along those lines, what he got was something much different.

As Cena waited for The Rock to arrive, Brock Lesnar's theme hit, and the roof was blown off the American Airlines Arena in Miami.  Even though some had an idea it might happen, actually seeing it was a moment that will be replayed for years.  Lesnar headed for the ring as the fans chanted "HOLY SHIT" as Lesnar made his way around the ring, with Cena in the ring clapping and being his goofy self..  As he entered and faced off with Cena, there was a moment of uncertainty as to what would happen.  At that moment, Lesnar extended his hand for a handshake with Cena, only to pull him in and deliver the F-5 to another huge roar from the Miami fans.

Lesnar's return really gives the fans what they want.  Lesnar is the anti-Cena.  Fans haven't had a guy that has the killer instinct, the all business approach.  The Rock has been a good opponent for Cena with all the back and forth on the mic, but Lesnar is the killer that will simply destroy Cena.  With The Rock announcing he wants another WWE Title run, and Lesnar returning, a new era seems to be upon us.  All of this combined with a rumored Steve Austin vs. CM Punk match next year at Mania really equals what could be another era of big stars dominating the main events in WWE, and fans loving every minute of it.  One thing is for sure.....after all these years of Cena, Brock Lesnar hitting the ring tonight gave many fans something to be excited about in wrestling again.....Here Comes the F'n PAIN indeed!

Monday, April 2, 2012

WrestleMania 28 Results


WrestleMania 28 is the talk of the wrestling world, as the show delivered some WrestleMania moments and matches that will never be forgotten.  I was shocked to see that all but 1 of my WrestleMania 28 predictions were right.  The only one I missed was Big Show defeating Cody Rhodes for the Intercontinental Title.  Here are the results from the other matches:

In the pre-show match, Primo and Epico defeated The Uso's and Tyson Kidd/Just Gabriel to retain the titles.

The PPV kicked off with Sheamus defeating Daniel Bryan to win the World Heavyweight Championship in 18 seconds.  This has the Internet wrestling community in an uproar due to the time of the match.  To me it seemed like this match had the least emotion going in, so throwing in a surprise quick win keeps things interesting and unpredictable.

Kane defeated Randy Orton -  As I stated in my predictions, Kane needed this win to remain a player in the main event scene.  The match was decent enough, and ended with Kane delivering a top rope chokeslam to Orton for the win.

Big Show defeated Cody Rhodes to win the Intercontinental Title - Big Show finally got his WrestleMania moment.  I didn't have a problem with this, but wouldn't be surprised to see Rhodes get the belt back soon.

Kelly Kelly and Maria Menounos defeated Eve Torres and Beth Phoenix - Maria Menounos went into this one with legit cracked ribs from Dancing With the Stars, and they used that in the match as Phoenix and Eve really worked her over.  Maria did fine for not being a wrestler, and ended up scoring another pin on Phoenix.

The Undertaker defeated Triple H in Hell in a Cell - This was one for the ages as expected.  Shawn Michaels was the special referee, and added to the drama in the match by trying to look out for the well being of both competitors.  Jim Ross came out and called this one, which made it even more special.  This was a brutal near 45 minutes, and in the end The Undertaker went 20-0.  In a rare moment, The Undertaker actually assisted Shawn Michaels in helping Triple H out after the match.

Team Johnny defeated Team Teddy - This one was a pretty typical 12 man tag with each team wearing their team's t-shirt in the match.  The finish saw Zack Ryder in the ring ready to go for the win, but Eve jumped in the ring to encourage Zack, but that opened up for a Skull Crushing Finale, winning the match for Team Johnny.  John Laurinaitis is now in control of both RAW and Smackdown.

CM Punk defeated Chris Jericho to retain the WWE Championship - This was a great match as expected.  Great back and forth action after a slow start, finishing up with Punk making Jericho tap to the Anaconda Vice.

The Rock defeated John Cena - This was what everyone came to see.  The atmosphere was electric, and it really felt like a once in a lifetime match to see.  The Rock looked to be a bit exhausted, which is to be expected after being away from the ring for so long.  The match still came off great, with the crowd reactions really making the match.  As Cena went to mock The People's Elbow, The Rock popped up and delivered a Rock Bottom for the 3 count.  The crowd went nuts, as I don't think anyone expected The Rock to beat Cena clean in the ring.  Cena sat on the ramp outside with a shocked look on his face.  This is the type of match that really has you wanting to watch RAW and see where things go from here.

Some people loved it, some people hated it, but everyone is talking about it.  Finally this year FELT like WrestleMania with the matches to back it up.  In recent years it's felt like just the NAME WrestleMania is what WWE was riding on, just giving us good matches but nothing ONCE IN A LIFETIME.  This year they did it right, and the happy ending along with the fans reaction are what legendary WrestleManias are made of.