2 items from 2015
WWE are currently enjoying quite the nostalgia kick, with Sting, Chris Jericho, and the Dudley Boyz all competing at the recent Night of Champions PPV. Several ex-superstars have also been linked with a comeback in recent weeks – none more so than Carlito, who reportedly turned down a deal a few days ago, due to the money being offered.
The former Us Champion spent seven years with the company – including a short stint in the developmental system – and left a mark thanks to his naturally heelish persona and nimble in-ring style. His WWE career was criminally cut short when he was released in 2010 for a violation of the Wellness Program, and returned to World Wrestling Council, his father’s Puerto Rico promotion.
Now that a connection between Carlito and the WWE have at least been reestablished, fans could well see the Bad Apple saunter onto Raw or Smackdown in the near future. »
- Jack G King
If watching Mamrie Hart’s YouTube channel has taught us anything, it’s that there’s never a bad time for a little tipple, and the Am is no exception to that rule. The boozy comedienne behind You Deserve A Drink whipped up a morning cocktail during a June 29th appearance alongside Hoda Kotb and Kathie Lee Gifford on NBC’s Today Show.
Hart appeared on Today to promote her new book (also titled You Deserve A Drink), which has become a New York Times bestseller since its release on May 26th. Hart’s book includes cocktail recipes based around significant events, and during her Today appearance, she mixed up one of those drinks: The Bad Apple, which celebrates Hart’s initial arrival in New York City. She created a custom potable for Hoda and Kathie Lee by using one ingredient for each initial in their names: Hard liquor, Kiwi, »
- Sam Gutelle
2 items from 2015
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