• Old School WCW Diva Celebrates Her Birthday
Old School WCW Diva Paisley (Real name: Sharmell Sullivan-Huffman) turns 48 today.
After joining WCW in 1998 as ‘Storm’, a member of the famous Nitro Girls, she became a valet called Paisley by 1999, managing ‘The Artist Formerly Known as Prince Iaukea’ and Kwee Wee.
In 2005, she debuted on WWE TV under her real name, alongside her real-life husband, Old School WCW Legend Booker T.
After Booker T won the 2006 King of the Ring tournament, he changed his character’s name into ‘King Booker’, while Sharmell was now known as ‘Queen Sharmell’.
• The Undertaker & Kane Hug It Out In An Emotional Moment After WWE Crown Jewel (Video)
As seen in the main event of WWE Crown Jewel, D-Generation X defeated The Brothers Of Destruction in a match that was 20 years in the making.
The finish came when Shawn Michaels nailed a Sweet Chin Music on Kane and Triple H followed it up with a Pedigree to pin The Devil’s Favorite Demon.
Below are the results from WWE Crown Jewel:
– United States Championship Match: Shinsuke Nakamura (c) def. Rusev to retain the Title [Kickoff Show]
– 1st Round WWE World Cup Match: Rey Mysterio def. Randy Orton
– 1st Round WWE World Cup Match: The Miz def. Jeff Hardy
– 1st Round WWE World Cup Match: Seth Rollins def. Bobby Lashley
– 1st Round WWE World Cup Match: Dolph Ziggler def. Kurt Angle
– SmackDown Tag Team Championship Match: The Bar (c) def. The New Day to retain the Titles
– WWE World Cup Semifinal Match: The Miz def. Rey Mysterio
– WWE World Cup Semifinal Match: Dolph Ziggler def. Seth Rollins
– WWE Championship Match: AJ Styles (c) def. Samoa Joe to retain the Title
– Vacant Universal Championship Match: Brock Lesnar def. Braun Stroman to win the Title
– WWE World Cup Final Match: Shane McMahon def. Dolph Ziggler to become the ‘Best In The World’ (Shane replaced an “injured” Miz)
– 20 Years In The Making: D-Generation X def. The Brothers Of Destruction
The Undertaker & Kane hugged it out in an emotional moment after WWE Crown Jewel went off the air and you can watch it below:
This was probably the last time we saw The Undertaker & Kane team up.
Thank You to The Brothers Of Destruction for two decades of destruction!