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Paul Heyman Refers To The Charly Caruso Situation On Talking Smack

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• Paul Heyman Refers To The Charly Caruso Situation On Talking Smack

WWE Interviewer Charly Caruso was recently replaced by new WWE host Kevin Patrick on RAW Talk.

According to Fightful Select, Charly was taken off WWE TV for the time being due to backstage heat.

She was regularly late for interviews that were intended for RAW and some “specific instances” with Randy Orton and Sheamus resulted in the decision of taking her off WWE TV.

It was noted by a source that Kevin Patrick becoming the host of RAW Talk was seen as a direct replacement for Charly in the company.

PWInsider then confirmed that Charly is indeed done with WWE.

Paul Heyman referred to this situation on the latest episode of Talking Smack.

Kayla Braxton got into an argument with Apollo Crews during the show and Heyman said the following:

“Wait, wait, wait, ladies and gentlemen, we got rid of the wrong female journalist around here.”

You can watch this part below:

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• Old School Wrestling Veteran Would Have Celebrated His Birthday

Today would have been the 49th birthday of “No Gimmicks Needed” Chris Candido (Real name: Christopher Candito).

Candido was in a lifelong relationship with his high school sweetheart Tammy Sytch and together they joined the World Wrestling Federation in 1995 as “The Body Donnas” with Chris becoming “Skip” and Tammy became “Sunny”, before both were joined by “Zip” (Dr. Tom Prichard with short hair).

In 1996, The Body Donnas won the vacant WWF World Tag Team Championship, but Chris left the promotion before the year ended and jumped ship to Paul Heyman’s Extreme Championship Wrestling, where he wrestled until 1999 and then joined Ted Turner’s World Championship Wrestling for a brief run in 2000.


March 21, 1972 – April 28, 2005

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