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It was Chris Jericho who accepted the match on Ko’s behalf, planting the seeds of their inevitable split, but Owen’s best friend forever isn’t the only person he has to worry about. Because Ko’s started a new feud. The Universal Champion Kevin Owens vs WWE’s Promotional Graphics department.
WWE tweeted the above image hyping the Fastlane title fight, with Owens looking a little bit sweaty and Goldberg looking a little bit 20 years ago. Specifically his beard, which going by how Goldberg has looked since he made his WWE return in October last year, nose-dived into a bucket of Just For Men shortly before the photo was taken. Owens took issue with this, replying to »
- Oli Davis
Last year, it was announced that Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson was the world’s highest paid actor, definitively proving that there is absolutely a place in Hollywood for the charismatic pro wrestler. He’s not alone, either, now that John Cena’s roles in Trainwreck and Sisters have turned him into a comedy commodity.
Of course, not everyone is able to transcend playing a CGI man-scorpion. Most wrestlers are still toiling away in bizarre, straight-to-vod fare, whether it’s Seth Rollins popping up in Sharknado 4 or Dean Ambrose starring in the second sequel to a movie nobody saw. Take Kevin Nash, one-time WWE champion and founding member of the nWo. Though he’s made appearances in a number of fine films, including Magic Mike Xxl and The Punisher, he’s not above starring in a food-themed Saw parody alongside fellow pro wrestlers/Bullet Club members Luke Gallows, Amber Gallows ...
- Randall Colburn
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