• Special Things Planned For A WrestleMania 38 Match
On Night 2 of WrestleMania 38 on April 3rd, Jackass Star Johnny Knoxville will face former WWE Intercontinental Champion Sami Zayn in an “Anything Goes” Match.
During an interview with Metro Entertainment, Knoxville promoted his upcoming match.
Below are the highlights:
On facing Sami Zayn:
“If you need him to clean your house or maybe give you a pedicure, he’s going to need a lot of odd jobs after WrestleMania because I’m gonna retire him.
I’m training a bunch, and I can’t wait to punch Sami Zayn in that stupid face. I go to sleep thinking about it, I dream about it, I wake up in the morning and it’s the first thing I think about. He’s gonna pay at WrestleMania.
I have a personal wrestling coach and he’s teaching me all the right moves. ‘The Warp Your Head Off Hold, the Stepover Toe Hold – all these things, I’m gonna bring back.”
On this match having “Anything Goes” stipulation:
“Oh, I got a few special things planned. I don’t wanna give it away. But they said ‘anything goes’ – that’s my specialty!”
On if he’d like to return for more matches in the future:
“I would love to come back and do something more in the future! It’s been a dream come true working with the WWE. It’s been so much fun, I didn’t realize I would become so completely obsessed with it like I have, it’s so fun!”
New Video: Nikki Bella Flaunting Her Erect Nips:
• Old School WWF Veteran Would Have Celebrated His Birthday
Today would have been the 89th birthday of Old School WWF Veteran “Big” Swede Hanson (Real name: Robert Hanson).
Hanson wrestled for the World Wide Wrestling Federation / World Wrestling Federation during the 70s & 80s.
During his last two years in the WWF (1984 & 1985), he was mainly used as a “Jobber To The Stars” to put over big names like Don Muraco, Bob Orton Jr., Randy Savage, Adrian Adonis, King Kong Bundy, Bret Hart and Jesse Ventura, but also gained a few wins in between over wrestlers like Steve Lombardi, Charlie Fulton and Rene Goulet.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY & † REST IN PEACE
March 27, 1933 – February 19, 2002