It does not matter if you are a horse racing fan or not because there are 12 funny, unusual and weird news headlines a month before the 2013 Kentucky Derby that you will not want to miss. Even Pope Francis is not exempt from getting dragged into the hodgepodge of strange Kentucky Derby updates. The motto for the local business association in Louisville is to "Keep Louisville Weird." Obviously, being odd in Louisville is easy to do and the following stories prove this point.
If the 2014 WWE is on your radar, you'll want to register for the first jewel in the crown: the Tri-City Medical Center Carlsbad Half Marathon. While you still have until January 19th to train for the race, the price of registration goes up tomorrow, August 20. Take a moment today to get signed up and avoid the increase in price.
One week from Sunday is the DGUSA debut in Chicago, IL at The Congress Theater!!! There are less than 12 4th row tickets left. These are the final Golden Ringside tickets, which get you early admission into FRAY! and the Meet & Greet with Dragon Gate stars. You must order tickets by Monday to have them mailed to you. Tickets can be purchased now in the DGUSA.tv Store or by calling 267-519-9744.
The Pope is another wrestler who's currently fallen dramatically. In fact, things turned for the worse when both The Pope and Samoa Joe entered into a feud with each other late last year. The Pope was at one point receiving a major push alongside Sting and Kevin Nash before they both left. Since then, he's fallen as fast as a "Samoan Submission Machine".
After Trump set up Vince's new office in the bathroom and informed the live audience that they would be refunded their ticket prices and enjoy a free show, the Chairman had had enough. On top of that, Trump declined to appoint an new GM, but instead promised a weekly celebrity guest on Raw. Doing his famous power march, Vince stormed the ring, blasting Trump's actions and pointing fingers. Vince accused Trump of scheming to drive the WWE to financial ruin by providing the WWE Universe with all these freebies.
Serra is a high level black belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and has faced some of the best grapplers in the world. He has competed in the ADCC Submission wrestling World Championship and has won a bronze medal in the1999 CBJJ World Championships and has a first place finish as a purple belt at the Pan-Ams.
Ted Dibiase - The WWE has only a short amount of time here to capitalize on Dibiase's current heat. If they leave him as a wrestling Legacy henchman then the time is going to pass on his push. Give Dibiase a legitimate title such as the Intercontinental title and let him stand on his own. The time is past for Legacy with Dibiase, and he needs to push forward.
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