• Old School WWF Celebrity Celebrates Her Birthday
Old School WWF Celebrity Pamela Anderson celebrates her 52nd birthday today.
“BayWatch” Superstar & Playboy Cover Girl Pamela Anderson was the price in the 1995 Royal Rumble match, that was eventually won by “The Heartbreak Kid” Shawn Michaels.
Though instead of Shawn Michaels, who had won her services, Pamela Anderson ended up accompanying WWF Champion Diesel to the ring at WWF WrestleMania XI.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY PAMELA ANDERSON!
• AEW President Reveals Why They Won’t Do Intergender Wrestling
During post-Fyter Fest media interviews, AEW President Tony Khan was asked if All Elite Wrestling will feature Intergender Wrestling.
Below is what Tony said:
“Probably won’t see it in AEW. If there was one thing in at, I’ll just be like super-frank about this. How many of you guys were at All In? The battle royal, does everybody remember when Jordynne Grace got hit in the face? That was probably the one thing I didn’t like about All In…and I don’t think that’s cool.
I’m really against domestic abuse and I don’t think — Iand it’s a really complex question and I knew it would come up sooner or later, but it’s probably not what we’re gonna do.
We’re gonna focus on a men’s division, singles and tag, and a women’s division, singles and tag, and have those divisions. Could it be some mixed division, I haven’t thought that much about it. But mixed matches are probably not what we’re gonna focus on.”
The main event of Fyter Fest involved a lot of violence. Tony was asked if fans would see blood, swearing, thumbtacks, middle-fingers and all that type of stuff on their TV show on TNT as well.
Below is what Tony said regarding this:
“No, no, no, no, no definitely not because this was not TV, this was a streaming show. It was not a — it was effectively a PPV in a lot of the world.
In the U.S it was presented free, but this was a pay-per-view and so you can expect different rules for PPV and we said going in that these were non-sanctioned hardcore matches and I think that expectation going in and we wouldn’t have advertised that kind of violence, you know? We wouldn’t have offered it on TNT. 100% no.”