Tuesday, May 20, 2008
On May 23, 1999, Owen Hart, brother of WWE Hall-of-Famer Bret Hart, died at a WWE pay-per-view (then known as the WWF) event when he fell from the rafters attempting a wrestling gimmick. He was supposed to be lowered into the arena on a cable when the release mechanism had somehow been triggered, having him fall nearly 80 feet on the ring ropes and then into the ring. While he did not die immediately from the fall, he was pronounced dead upon arrival at the hospital.
In the years since his death, there have been multiple reports of sightings of (the ghost of) Owen Hart. Employees have claimed to have seen him in the rafters wearing the Blue Blazer costume he was wearing for his gimmick as well as the cable before he began the descent. There have also been reports of flickering lights and other power sources that seem to go on and off in some areas of the arena.
Owen Hart's death was an absolute tragedy for the wrestling world. For someone to lie about seeing the ghost of a person like Owen Hart would take a lot of nerve. However, it would not be the first time someone has. If he is haunting the Kemper Arena, it would make sense for him to be in the rafters, constantly reliving the events that led to his unfortunate demise. However, it would not make sense as it was known amongst the workers of WWF that he was afraid of heights, and had only done such a stunt very few times. The flickering lights and power losses could also be caused by faulty wiring or failing bulbs. But it is said that ghosts need energy to manifest and that they gather it from batteries and other appliances, so it could be Owen taking energy from the lights and outlets.
So, does the Kemper Arena still have someone performing there? There has been no way to prove if such a haunting exists as no one has attempted to investigate and have preferred to leave the issue alone. But someday, someone may try and evidence may be obtained to prove that Owen Hart's spirit may still be among us.
Thursday, May 15, 2008
The Ultimate Warrior was born June 16th 1959 hailing from Crawfordsville, Indiana soon becoming a professional wrestler, he made it to the world wrestling federation that’s when he received the gimmick "the Ultimate Warrior” with his time in WWF he has achieved many things including winning the WWF championship WWF intercontinental championship, he was also a former WCWA heavyweight champion, and WCWA tag team champions. We will soon see the return of the warrior he will make a big impact on his huge return best of luck to the Warrior.
Article by Wes
Saturday, May 10, 2008
"That kids not going to be able to hold a fart when he gets out of there"
Wednesday, May 7, 2008
The WWE is treating Chris Benoit like he never existed; The WWE seemingly erased Chris Benoit from history!
The URLs of nearly every page related to Benoit on the WWE web site have now redirected to the main page, WWE.com. For instance, this URL should be the Benoit bio page, but that page has been discarded. The WWE has also pulled Benoit’s DVD, action figures, and tee shirts from WWEshop.com. Wrestling fans are not stupid they won’t simply forget about all of Chris Benoit accomplishments in wrestling just because the WWE is playing deaf, dumb and blind when it comes to Chris Benoit.
It's obvious why the WWE doesn't want to be associated with Benoit, who killed his wife, his son and himself, but simply pretending he doesn't exist is the wrong way to go about it. A much better approach would be annotating the pages related to Benoit with information about the investigation, and with information about what the WWE has done to cut down on steroid use among its wrestlers. The Benoit story won't go away, and the WWE shouldn't pretend it will.
A college-educated, female, WWE wrestler's name is being thrown around as a hooker employee in a illegal escort service under investigation by the FBI.
FBI alleges that WWE's Ashley Massaro was involved in an international escort service
The latest issue of Rolling Stone alleges that WWE Diva Ashley Massaro worked for Los Angeles escort service Bella Models, which is run by Michelle Braun (a/k/a Nici). The story notes that it's not just Braun making the claim. Rather, the story notes that the FBI tracked emails in which Bella Models made travel arrangements for Massaro and other clients. It also states:
"All I do is make the introductions between famous girls and rich guys who want to meet them," Braun told Rolling Stone. "I think the rates I charge are justified just to meet these women, even if nothing happens."
FBI papers omit the names of the men who allegedly paid for the services, yet list the names of Massaro, other Playboy models, a Maxim model, and adult film stars. Some of the emails discuss whether the women allow "fetish" or "GFE" (girlfriend experience). The Rolling Stone story features a photo of Massaro and lists her as a "professional wrestler—WWE" on page 52 of the May 15 issue.
Braun does confess that actor Charlie Sheen answered one of her early ads. That's hardly a shocking revelation given Sheen's track record. Braun claimed she dropped off four escorts at Sheen's home and found the actor waiting in silk pajamas with "C. MaSheen" embroidered on the front.