• Billie Kay Issues Statement After Her Release From WWE
Former Women’s Tag Team Champion Billie Kay, whose last match in WWE took place at WrestleMania 37, issued the following statement after her release from WWE:
“Thank you WWE, Vince McMahon, & HHH for the past 6 years.
They have fulfilled my dreams entirely from being a 10-year-old girl that fell in love with WWE from the moment I saw The Rock on TV and now I’m walking away with so many incredible moments from Super Showdown in front of my friends and family, to winning the tag championships at WrestleMania.
Thank you to every single person in both locker rooms and everyone that I had the pleasure of working with behind the scenes too. I love you all and will never forget your support and all the crazy stories we have together. I will miss you all so much.
Thank you to all the fans for inviting me into their lives. I hope I made you smile and laugh, that’s all I ever wanted to do. I’ll never forget all the kind words and memories we’ve had together over the years.
Thank you to my family for always supporting this crazy dream and sacrificing so much for me to achieve it. I honestly wouldn’t have gotten to where I am without all of you. You have my entire heart.
And thank you to my life partner, Cassie. Our journey started together and it’s only fitting that it ends together. I love you, I’m beyond proud of you and I’m with you forever.
Lastly, thank you to everyone that reached out to me today. Knowing that I affected people’s lives in a positive way means the absolute world to me.
— Billie Kay (@BillieKayWWE) April 15, 2021
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• ON THIS DAY IN WCW HISTORY (April 15, 1989) – NWA Main Event (SPECIAL SATURDAY EPISODE)
On this day in 1989, Ted Turner’s World Championship Wrestling aired an episode of their weekly TV show ‘NWA Main Event’.
This episode featured pre-taped matches & storyline segments on the road to the ‘WCW WrestleWar 1989’ PPV.
The match-card can be found below:
– Dan Spivey vs. Bob Emery
– Rick Steiner vs. Kendall Windham
– The Samoan Swat Team vs. The Midnight Express