Linda McMahon Talks Vince Biopic
Linda McMahon, wife of WWE Chairman Vince McMahon and current Administrator of The Small Business Administration in the Trump Administration, was interviewed recently and asked about a few WWE-related things.
As we’ve reported, a Vince McMahon biopic is apparently in the works, but Linda doesn’t think the picture will ever be made. She was also asked about her favorite current WWE wrestler, and to no one’s surprise, her favorite is son-in-law Triple H.
Bella Book In The Works
Nikki Bella revealed in the latest video uploaded to The Bella’s YouTube channel that she and Brie are working on a book. Since Brie is due to (hopefully) deliver Birdie Joe any day and Nikki is taking time away from the ring to plan her wedding to John Cena and heal up from a nagging neck injury, they should have a little spare time to work on a few outside projects.
Well, Nikki obviously does. I have a feeling Brie will be in full Mommy mode for a long while to come.
Broken Gimmick Still In Limbo
The Broken Hardys gimmick is still in some sort of legal/moronic limbo. With all of the trademark applications flying around, it’s hard to keep up. Impact Wrestling and Anthem are claiming now that their trademark applications, which were filed back on April 28th, were in truth filed back in January. Huh?? Matt Hardy and his wife Reby filed their trademark applications for all things related to the Broken Universe back on March 1st.
So, as of now, the Hardys and Impact are going round and round with legal letters. We do know now, though, that there has been no lawsuit filed yet and no agreement or settlement regarding the gimmick has been made.
Triple H To Be Inducted Into The Boys & Girls Clubs Of America Alumni Hall Of Fame
WWE sent out the following press release today announcing that Triple H will be inducted into the Alumni section of The Boys & Girls Clubs of America Hall Of Fame.
Paul Levesque to be inducted into Boys & Girls Clubs of America Alumni Hall of Fame
DALLAS — Paul “Triple H” Levesque will enter the Boys & Girls Clubs of America (BGCA) Alumni Hall of Fame today in Dallas. The Hall of Fame honors distinguished people who got their start at their local Boys & Girls Club.
Levesque enters the Hall of Fame alongside six other inductees: WNBA star Skylar Diggins, MLBPA Executive Director Tony Clark, Dallas Cowboys tight end Jason Witten, actor Anthony Anderson, Dr. Dante Lauretta and Dr. Philip Schein.
A member of the Nashua, N.H., Club, Levesque debuted in WWE in 1995 and has gone on to capture 14 World Championships in addition to becoming a successful executive within the company.
He will join WWE Chairman and CEO Vince McMahon, who entered the BGCA Hall of Fame in 2015.