Hey, you, loyal WWE RAW viewer. One who never misses an episode. Did you know Monday Night Football was back? Did you know that the NFL is probably going to beat WWE in ratings from now until 2015? Oh, you didn’t? So last night’s WWE RAW booking probably made zero sense then, huh? Funny how…
Tragedy struck the wrestling communicating earlier in the week with the death of Sean O’Haire, and rumors that he ended his own life placed an even darker shadow on the situation. Now, TMZ has an even more startling revelation.
Well, we all knew it was coming… we just didn’t know quite what to expect. Triple H told us earlier in the week that we’d see some familiar faces at tonight’s NXT TakeOver “Fatal Four Way” event, and even implied there might be some name changes. And boy was he right.
Today is the day, folks. The former owner of ECW, manager, promoter, WWE/F creative staff member, commentator, and overall wrestling demigod turns another year older.
TMZ.com claims to have talked to local police, who told the crash “news” site (term used loosely) that Sean O’Haire committed suicide. They reported that O’Haire was found sitting next to his bed, with a rope tied around his neck and the bedpost. He was discovered by his father.
Tragedy struck the professional wrestling community again yesterday when it was reported that Sean O’Haire, a former champion in WCW and WWF/WWE, had passed.
Words were exchanged recently between ex-TNA, WWF, and WCW writer Vince Russo, and Impact Wrestling network Spike TV.
News broke late Tuesday evening that former WCW and WWE star Sean O’Haire had passed away.
Reactions to last night’s WWE RAW have been somewhat mixed. Overall, though, most people thought it was a stinker. There was a bunch of hype behind the show, with Jerry Lawler as the advertised guest to mediate issues between the Bella Twins. It was also billed as the “season premiere.” The show was headlined by a Chris…
Vince Russo has had his shares of ups-and-downs recently. He claimed he wasn’t working with Impact Wrestling… which, turns out, he was lying about… and which might possibly have cost TNA their TV contract with Spike TV.