• Old School WWF Diva Celebrates Her Birthday
Old School WWF Diva Molly Holly (Real name: Nora Greenwald) turns 41 today.
After starting out as a jobber called Starla Saxton during the late 90s, she soon became known as ‘Miss Madness’ and later just as Mona in Ted Turner’s World Championship Wrestling, where she wrestled from 1999 till she was let go in August 2000.
A little later that same year, she was signed by the World Wrestling Federation, where she became known as Molly Holly, (kayfabe) girl cousin of the Holly cousins Hardcore Holly & Crash Holly.
Molly won the WWF Women’s Championship on 2 occasions and is also a former WWF Hardcore Champion.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY MOLLY HOLLY!
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• RAW Wrestler Recalls Being Bitter After WWE Ruined What He Worked So Hard On
During a recent appearance on Lilian Garcia’s podcast, RAW wrestler Zack Ryder talked about not being used much on WWE TV, WWE ruining his YouTube channel which he worked so hard on, his biggest regret & more.
Below are the highlights:
On not being used much on WWE TV:
“At the end of the day, like right now with Monday Night Raw, I am not being used. Can I cry about it or can I be grateful and say that I am still here. I mean, you can go to a toy store and buy a Zack Ryder action figure today so my life can definitely be a lot worse.
What am I going to do, sit around and be bitter? I hate when people do that. Like, poor me. Come on, we’re here in WWE. Can things be better? Yes! But they can be so much worse. I am not a super positive person, but come on. You have to look at yourself in the mirror. Trust me, there have been times where I have been bitter, but what does it solve? Nothing.”
On WWE taking over his YouTube show and ruining it:
“I was doing the YouTube show and it was at the peak of its popularity before it went to s***. That whole process where I basically had to hand over my YouTube show is where I saw my hard work literally go down the drain, and everything I did to earn my spot on television, only to see it bump down lower and lower.
I will admit, I was bitter. I was asking myself why all of this was happening. I had proven myself and I felt like I was being punished. I was definitely bitter for that.”
On his biggest regret:
“I think I could have done a couple of things. I don’t really have any regrets, but three in particular with one of them being that time period I should have went and knocked on Vince McMahon’s door and asked what was going on here but I didn’t. Was I afraid or intimidated? Maybe, but I didn’t do it, and that is one of my biggest regrets because I didn’t have any ground to stand on.
Since then we have built a relationship, but then when I was in my hottest point and was in the top three of merchandise selling at one point I should have gone in there but I didn’t, which is on me. It was nobody else’s fault but mine.
I could have been in better shape, a bit bitter. I was still kind of skinnier there; perhaps not by much but 10 lbs makes a big difference but back then I didn’t know what I was doing. All that is on me. I am not blaming anyone else but myself.”