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Baby Daddy Pitting Danny Against Former WWE Superstar in Season 6

18 November 2016 1:43 PM, PST | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

Is Danny Wheeler ready to rumble? (We sure hope so, because this match is happening either way.)

RelatedBaby Daddy Finale: Ep Talks Ben’s Mystery Girl, What’s Next for Riley

John Hennigan — better known to fans of the WWE by his former wrestling name, John Morrison — will guest-star in an episode of Baby Daddy‘s upcoming sixth season, TVLine has learned exclusively, playing Ryan “The Hatchet” Davidson, a hockey player-turned-professional wrestler who convinces Danny to join him in the ring to help promote his second-tier league.

(Side note: Hennigan now wrestles under the name Johnny Mundo on El Rey Network’s Lucha Underground. »

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‘Danny Says’ Review: The Man Who Discovered The Ramones Becomes The Subject Of A Documentary That Doesn’t Know What It’s Looking For

29 September 2016 11:28 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Some people have a knack for putting themselves at the center of history. Daniel Fields was just a middle-class kid from Queens, but — during the second half of the 20th century — he discovered the Ramones, burned down the Beatles and seemingly had sex with every gay man at Harvard in the early 1960s. He was, to quote John Cameron Mitchell, “Handmaiden to the gods, midwife to some of the most important people in music.”

And Fields will be happy to tell you all about it, recounting his glory days with the bluntness of a grandfather recording his life story for posterity and the candidness of a 75-year-old man who’s remembering it for himself. So why, after 100 minutes of listening to him ramble on about everything he’s seen and everything he’s snorted, do we still have no idea what he actually did? Why, at the end of Brendan Toller »

- David Ehrlich

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