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Wrestling Fix: Bret Hart says Daniel Bryan ‘is finished,’ Rock talks teaming with Ray Lewis, New Japan in ROH and more daily links

Remember Nidia? WWE’s latest “Where are they now?” catches up with Jamie Noble’s ex-squeeze and the co-winner of the first Tough Enough competition.

Bret Hart delivers some sobering news to Daniel Bryan via Sports Illustrated. Says the “Hitman”: “Daniel Bryan is finished. He’ll never wrestle again. I don’t think he knows it yet. I feel terrible about Daniel Bryan. For all intents and purposes, he had the exact same thing happen to him that happened to me after Bill Goldberg kicked me in the head [ending Hart’s career]. One day, you learn it’s over. Doctors tell you that you can’t wrestle and you’ll never wrestle again. I lost millions of dollars because of that. I pray that it’s not the same for Daniel Bryan.”

Shinsuke Nakamura, Kazuchika Okada and Kushida return to Ring of Honor in August. Consider yourself lucky if you live in Philadelphia and Brooklyn.

The Rock tells Dan Patrick that he almost teamed with Ray Lewis at a WrestleMania during the Attitude Era.

Oh, what a rush! Road Warrior Animal brings out Ken Shamrock before his fight and eventual loss to Kimbo Slice.

Slice rallies to knock the sideburns off Shamrock’s 51-year-old face.

SportsCenter salutes “The American Dream” Dusty Rhodes
ESPN Films did a documentary on Jesse “The Body” Ventura’s foray into politics.    

Speaking of “The Body,” take a look back at his Saturday Night’s Main Event outfits. All of them. [imgur]

Does Jack Swagger want out of WWE? [Cageside Seats]

Gunner is done with TNA. He might want to change that Twitter handle.

The Young Bucks have a new shirt … and probably a cease and desist letter in the mail.

Take a tour of the Tough Enough set. The show debuts Tuesday at 8 p.m. EST on the USA Network.

WWE Network’s Swerved actually looks like fun.

Don West wants to sell you on Global Force Wrestling. $250 for a guitar?

Seth Rollins is the “Mean” Joe Greene of his era.

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About Brian Fritz

Brian Fritz
Brian is the owner and editor-in-chief of Between The Ropes. He has also covered wrestling and MMA for The Orlando Sentinel and AOL Fanhouse and currently is a contributor for Sporting News. You can email Brian at btrfritz@gmail.com.

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