• Roman Reigns On Tough WWE Schedule
During the recent interview at the WWE For Your Consideration 2018 Emmy nomination campaign, Roman Reigns spoke on tough WWE schedule, creating moments that last with fans and more.
Below is what Reigns said:
“We don’t have an offseason. This is a weekly thing for us. 52 weeks a year. And it is grueling, and it is tough, and it’s not meant for everybody. But, when you achieve that goal, when you create those goosebumps… those are real, and regardless of what size crowd you’ve been in front of, or what was the best match, you still get them in the craziest moments, and those are the moments that make you feel truly alive.
And when you see that effect that you have on that lady over there, or the man with his son, you know you’re creating those moments that you’re gonna be a part of for the rest of their life. And I think that’s why our fanbase is so strong, and that’s why it’s global because we’ve been able to share that connection with so many people.”
• WWE Hall of Famer Dealing With Health Issues
According to WrestlingNewsCo, WWE Hall of Famer Howard Finkel is dealing with health issues. However, there’s no update yet on what exactly he’s dealing with.
One of Finkel’s friends recently noted that Finkel has lost a lot of weight, but it’s not known as of now if the weight loss is related to his current health issues.
The legendary ring announcer’s most recent work for WWE was at this year’s RAW 25 episode, where his voice was used for The Undertaker’s introduction during entrance. His voice was pre-taped for this segment as he wasn’t able to make the travel.
• Jim Ross Is Tired Of Seeing Wrestlers Slap Their Legs To Make Noise To Simulate Impact
During a recent edition of The Ross Report, WWE Hall of Famer Jim Ross gave his views on wrestlers slapping their legs to make noise to simulate impact.
Below is what JR said:
“These leg and arm slaps to make noise to simulate impact so your off-hand is slapping your thigh or whatever and we hear that noise. Man, when you pull the rabbit out of the hat time and time again the magic is starting to lose, it wanes. I think that’s gotta be done more strategically, more discreetly and right now across the board in the business, it’s overused without question.”