Pictures: Shane Helms After His Motorcycle Accident
As we reported on Friday, former WWE star Shane Helms and his girlfriend Karen were involved in a motorcycle accident near their home in North Carolina. Various online reports stated that Helms suffered a broken leg, ankle and nose – and received over 200 stitches.
Helms posted the following pictures on Twitter of himself and his girlfriend Karen from the hospital.
Despite their serious injuries, Helms seems to be in good spirits .. One of the images, he included the caption, “Me vs. Manny Pacquiao” -
Kurt Angle Says He Is Training For The Olympics Posted by Dave Mitchell on 05/08/2011 at 03:54 PM
TNA star Kurt Angle is saying on Twitter that he is currently training for the Olympics, presumably the 2012 games from London. Angle is of course a former Olympic gold medalist, capturing amateur wrestling's top prize in the 1996 games from Atlanta. Here's what Angle wrote on Sunday @AngleFoods1:
"much negativity goin round @ Olympic comeback.I truly am getting ready.Don't compare it to my Ufc- mma attempts,We couldn't agree on "terms"
"Terms that were about $ and starting dates.Olympics will be on My "terms". Nobody elses'.It's not for Publicity or I would tweet it everyday"
"To the naysayers, believe what U want. But "I" am in control of this. Nobody else. My nephew and I started training for it."
"As long as I stay injury free,I am going for it.Tna's backing Me.It won't be easy. Probably harder than Mma. But at least its under my terms"
- As noted before, Alicia Fox suffered a shoulder injury after being clotheslined by Kharma on this week's WWE SmackDown. There are already people backstage making comments about how rough Kharma is with the Divas.
Tags: SmackDown: May 06, 2011, Randy Orton, Christian ORLANDO, Florida – In the roller coaster world that is WWE, Christian attained a lifelong dream by winning the World Heavyweight Championship at Extreme Rules. But within five short days, he had it all slip away at the hands of The Viper, Randy Orton. Randy Orton def. Christian to become New World Heavyweight Champion (WATCH: Part 1 |Part 2 | PHOTOS)
New World Heavyweight Champion Christian walked into SmackDown to celebrate his title, but he immediately found himself having to defend it against a challenger picked by the WWE Universe – Randy Orton. In a highly competitive bout, both Superstars fought tooth and nail, giving all they had, and then some. But as Captain Charisma came crashing down from the ropes, so did his dream, as he fell right into The Viper’s coils and waiting RKO. The loss was a bitter pill to swallow and will surely sting for a long time.
Sin Cara def. Tyson Kidd (WATCH | PHOTOS) Sin Cara continued to wow the WWE Universe with his stellar ring performance with a victory over Tyson Kidd. After the bout, Chavo Guerrero came to the ring to shake Sin Cara's hand. Layla def. Alicia Fox; Kharma attacked Fox (WATCH | PHOTOS) After sending Michelle McCool packing from WWE at Extreme Rules (PHOTOS), Layla handed Alicia Fox a loss. But after the match, Kharma came calling, just like she did on Monday's Raw (PHOTOS). On this night, it was Fox who felt the newcomer's wrath, while Layla looked on in horror from outside the ring.
Ezekiel Jackson def. WWE Tag Team Champion Big Show (WATCH | PHOTOS) In a battle between two titans, Ezekiel Jackson squared off against WWE Tag Team Champion Big Show. When fellow WWE Tag Team Champion Kane came to ringside, he was pounced on by The Corre. After fending off Kane's attackers, The World's Largest Athlete was met with a brutal a bodyslam followed up shortly with a clothesline from Jackson. After the massive victory, Jackson was viciously assaulted by his brethren when he took a swing at Wade Barrett in the locker room (WATCH).
Cody Rhodes recalled losing to Rey Mysterio at Extreme Rules (WATCH | PHOTOS) Despite losing to Rey Mysterio in a Falls Count Anywhere Match at Extreme Rules (PHOTOS), Cody Rhodes declared he was victorious in exposing Mysterio as a coward for spitting a burning mist in his eyes. Done with Mysterio, Rhodes moved on to bashing the WWE Universe, who were handed paper bags to hide their ugliness from Rhodes.
Sheamus def. Daniel Bryan (WATCH | PHOTOS) Still furious at dropping the United States Championship to Kofi Kingston at Extreme Rules, Sheamus came at Daniel Bryan with all guns blazing. After Sheamus grabbed the ropes to force Bryan to release a LeBell Lock, the 2010 King of the Ring blasted him with two brutal Brogue Kicks for a commanding win.
The WWE Universe picked Christian's Opponent (WATCH | PHOTOS) When Christian kicked off SmackDown by celebrating his newly acquired World Heavyweight Championship, Mark Henry, The Great Khali and Randy Orton wanted their chance in the limelight, as well. To determine which of the three would get a chance to face the champion, SmackDown General Manager Theodore Long polled the WWE Universe. With the crowd overwhelmingly in favor of giving Orton the opportunity, Long stunned all when he said the match would occur later that same night.
According to Dave Meltzer, the mentality in WWE is that Undertaker is considered to be retired and that is a factor as to why Michelle McCool isn't wrestling anymore. While nobody wants to say it outright, Undertaker's physical condition is said to be far worse than what is being let on. WWE is still going to try to get him to compete at Wrestlemania 28 if his body can hold up, but according to friends of Undertaker, the talk is that he'll retire for good if he goes 20-0 at Wrestlemania.
Update on Shane Helms in motorcycle accident Posted by Roscoe De Soto on 05/06/2011 at 04:35 PM
As noted before, former WWE star Shane Helms and his girlfriend were in a motorcycle accident near their home in North Carolina last night.
Big Daddy Donnie of Tha O Show reports that Helms and his girlfriend had to be airlifted to a hospital and in addition to Helms suffering a broken leg and broken ankle, his nose is also broken, and his jaw may have been dislocated. Helms has received over 200 stitches. Donnie also reports that his girlfriend Karen broke her neck.
Earlier reports of developmental wrestler Brett DiBiase being released from his WWE developmental contract are erroneous as he worked two matches as a referee at this evening's Florida Championship Wrestling live event in Tampa, Florida.
It was reported earlier this week that his profile was removed from the Florida Championship Wrestling website, which is often an indication that a talent has been released. Furthermore, several sources noted that the third generation wrestler was let go. We apologize for the earlier error.
Jesse Neal comes out in his USS Cole uniform with the entire TNA roster on the ramp. I didn’t get the specifics of the promo but I imagine it had to do with the killing of Osama Bin Laden. My correspondent is unsure if this will be included in this week’s show.
Immortal come out for a promo. Sting and Rob Van Dam hit the ring before a word can be spoken and a brawl ensues. Agents come down to break things up. Fortune comes out and Robert Roode gets on the mic and says he’s sick of Immortal. Roode says everything will change next week.
Backstage, Jeff Jarrett and Karen confront Velvet Sky in the shower.
Mexican America comes out for a Cinco de Mayo celebration. Hector Guerrero and Willie Urbina join in but the faction turns on Urbina, slurring his Puerto Rican background and begins to beat him down. Ink Inc. runs out and makes the save on Hernandez and Anarquia.
Ink Inc. clears the ring and Jesse Neal gets on the mic and tells Beer Money they are going to win the TNA Tag Team Championship.
Bully Ray & Gunner vs. Christopher Daniels & AJ Styles ends in no contest when Tommy Dreamer comes out, turns heel and hits a piledriver on Styles.
Jeff Jarrett and Karen come out for an in-ring promo. They cal out Velvet Sky and a confrontation ensues. Winter and Angelina Love come out and join in. Kurt Angle comes out and gets on the mic and says he won’t do anything that will get them kicked off the network. It’s announced that Angle will team with Velvet Sky for a mixed handicap match against Winter, Angelina Love and Jarrett.
Rob Terry beat Murphy with a suplex power bomb.
Mickie James beat Miss Tessmacher to retain the TNA Knockout Women’s Championship. Mickie picked up the win after hitting a DDT. The match started well but fell apart. After the match, Madison Rayne and Tara come out and Madison challenges Mickie for a match for the title at Sacrifice. Mickie accepts with the stipulation if Madison loses her and Tara has to split and Tara is free.
Sangrieto beat Suicide
Kurt Angle & Velvet Sky beat Jeff Jarrett, Angelina Love & Winter. Angle and Velvet win the match and he announces that his mistress will be revealed next week on Impact to end the show.
Kelly Kelly Talks Maxim's Hot 100 List, Posted by Dave Mitchell on 05/06/2011 at 12:26 PM
It was announced earlier this week that Kelly Kelly made Maxim's Hot 100 list, which is known as "the definitive list of the world’s most beautiful women." Kelly is ecstatic over making the prestigious list as it is a dream come true.
"This has always been a dream of mine," Kelly Kelly told WWE.com. "It's something I wanted to strive to be on. When I got the announcement that I was going to be on it, I thought that this is such an honor and such a dream come true."
The first person Kelly Kelly shared the big news with is with her mother.
"She was so happy. She knew it was something I always strived to be on, that it was a list I always wanted to be a part of. So she was always behind me 100 percent," she said.
In her Maxim Hot 100 debut, Kelly Kelly ranked at No. 82. She's hoping to continue her reign on the list for years to come, just as former WWE Diva Stacy Keibler has. Keibler is the only other WWE talent to ever make the list, and has been on it every year since 2006.
"Just to be on the Hot 100 with Stacy is exciting. She's somebody I've always admired and I've always looked up to," she said.
Kelly Kelly indicated she isn't too worried about jealousy or backlash from the other Divas, except maybe for Kharma, who's been attacking Divas since her debut on Sunday at Extreme Rules.
"It'll probably give her even more ammo to come after me," Kelly Kelly said.
For those wondering, Kelly Kelly is still dating CORRE member Justin Gabriel.
- As noted before, Ric Flair needs surgery to repair a torn rotator cuff. Flair has decided against surgery for now because he doesn't want to take the six months off that it would take to heal the injury.
A message from Mexican America: "Happy Cinco De Mayo to all our family worldwide - tonight on iMPACT, we celebrate our heritage and pride! It's time to rise up! And to the gringos - tune in tonight and get a history lesson, because soon YOUR land will be OUR land!"
A recap of Kharma destroying Maryse is shown. Backstage, Yoshi Tatsu was watching last week’s footage. Byron Saxton walks in and Yoshi and he square off. Saxton tells him to calm down and apologizes for the attack last week.
He tells Yoshi that he wanted to talk to him about something but Yoshi blows him off to call Maryse. Saxton takes the phone from him and yells at Yoshi for ignoring him. He tells Yoshi he is going it alone until Yoshi got his personal life together.
JTG introduces Novak who said when you are an announcer, you mean nothing, so he was going to do Regal a favor and make him famous.
Regal came out with a mic and said Novak shouldn’t be interested in what people think. He said he was going to stretch him out and called JTG a moppet.
JTG went off and said he was going to show Big Bird how they do it on Sesame Street. Regal said he had no idea what he said, but if it meant they were switching, that was fine. He said JTG was a waste of space…
- In a correction from this week, Christian became the #11th Grand Slam Champion in WWE history after winning the World Title at Extreme Rules. Jeff Hardy became the #9th in 2009 and JBL became the #10th in 2009.
Ratings Are In For RAW & Tough Enough Posted by Dave Mitchell on 05/03/2011 at 07:23 PM
The ratings are in for Monday's episodes of WWE RAW and WWE Tough Enough - and the numbers are virtually even with last week. Here's the breakdown:
- Tough Enough drew a 1.70 rating with an average of 2.44 million viewers. This is still a bit under the 5-week average, which is a 1.86 with 2.64 million viewers.
- Monday's RAW, which featured a special birthday celebration for The Rock as well as a John Cena vs. Miz WWE title match, drew a 3.45 rating and averaged 5.22 million fans. This is virtually even with last week's WWE Draft edition of RAW, which did a 3.47 with 5.20 million viewers.
- Several readers sent word that Christian is now the 9th WWE star to become a Grand Slam Champion after winning the World Heavyweight Title last night. Christian has now held the World Tag Team Titles, the Intercontinental Title, the European/Hardcore Title and now the World Title. The last Grand Slam Champion in WWE was JBL in 2009 when he won the Intercontinental Title.
Miss USA Reveals Injury While Filming WWE TE Posted by Steve Carrier on 05/02/2011 at 02:33 PM
- Former WWE Tough Enough contestant Miss USA Rima Fakih spoke with BuzzFocus.com last week about her departure from the show. Here are some highlights:
BUZZFOCUS: Hello, Rima. First thing’s first — how are you feeling after your elimination from Tough Enough?
RIMA FAKIH: To tell you the truth, I’m not happy but I’ve feel like accomplished a lot and shattered many stereotypes. But Stone Cold talked to me like a friend. So did Trish and Bill DeMott.
BF: Well, will you continue to pursue a career in wrestling?
RF: Actually, I’m very busy right now. On June 19th I’ll be crowning the new Miss USA at the Planet Hollywood Hotel in Las Vegas. It’ll be live on NBC — please consider that a plug. (Laughs.) I also hope to purse a career in acting. I have a lot of offers on the table.
BF: What kind of criticism (from people to the Miss USA organization)?
RF: I’m sure they were inundated with calls from angry mothers wondering why Miss USA was wrestling. I was criticized after winning the crown for not being blonde or blue-eyed; for being the first Arab-American, Muslim Miss USA. You just have to ignore it.
Funny, I was criticized by some Muslim writers, saying that I tarnished my or my family’s reputation for wanting to wrestle. My mother got so mad — and I told her not to do this — she got so mad that she called the editor of the local paper back home in Dearborn, Michigan to tell him off. (Writer’s Note: Dearborn has the largest concentration of Arab- and Muslim-Americans in the country.)
BF: That’s interesting because most Arab-Americans are huge fans of wrestling. The many I’ve talked to were sad to see you leave Tough Enough.
RF: There are three sports Arabs love — soccer, boxing, and wrestling. I’m Lebanese and my sister’s there. She called me up all excited as was like “you’re wrestling?” This was back when I wasn’t suppose to talk about the show, before it starting airing, so I couldn’t indulge her. But now, since I’m off the show, I can tell you a secret. I’m giving you and your readers an exclusive. The reason why my body was sore, why I was crying all of the time was I had three fractured ribs and didn’t want to tell anyone about it.
BF: Geez, you must have been in a lot of pain. How’d you fracture your ribs?
RF: Well, I was training with Bill one-on-one when I was already injured for about a week. And then he sat on me, on the side with the fractured ribs, and I screamed out loudly. He picks me up and is like “Rima, I’m a father with two daughters. I know when they’re in pain so tell me what’s going on.” So I tell him how I fractured my ribs. I tell him that I was in the ring with Michelle, who claimed to have some wrestling experience but it turned out that she didn’t. And it’s dangerous to be in the ring with someone who doesn’t have any experience. So she kept falling on top of me, and falling, and couldn’t roll back properly and cracked my ribs.
RF: So Bill told me “There’s a difference in being strong and in being stupid. Rima, you’re being stupid”. After that, I was eliminated.
Michelle McCool Comments on Departure Posted by Steve Carrier on 05/02/2011 at 12:58 PM
Michelle McCool is gone from WWE after losing a Loser Leaves WWE Match to Layla last night at Extreme Rules.
The wrestler formerly known as Awesome Kong made her WWE television debut immediately following McCool's defeat and laid out the multi-time champion with an Implant Buster.
In an indication as to why she's leaving WWE, McCool revealed to WWE.com that she's endured a slew of injuries the past two months.
"My foot has been injured for two months now, broken toe, torn joint capsules, torn MCL. I took a good beating by Layla and Kharma, too. I know I'll be feeling it tonight, tomorrow and probably the next day," McCool said. "But I'll wear it with pride."
McCool was introduced to the WWE audience in 2004 as a competitor in the inaugural Diva Search. Although the former school teacher lost the competition, WWE signed her to a contract in November of that year. She had been wrestling ever since.
"I've been doing this for six years now. Love me or hate me, I hope the WWE Universe can respect that night in and night out, I've given it my all," McCool tearfully said. "This is definitely emotional, and I'm sure it’ll be like that for awhile."
While McCool hopes to see her fans again, it won't be in the ring.
"Thank you for the love and the hate. Thank you for being you and for watching. Hopefully I'll see you around – not in the ring – but maybe someday."
She echoed similar comments on Twitter, writing, "Thx for the love guys....I know there will always be rumors, but that was it - real talk! @mslayel ....nothing but luv 4 u! Luv u all...nite!"
•Kelly Kelly vs. Maryse ended in a No Contest •WWE Champion John Cena def. The Miz by Disqualification •Rey Mysterio & U.S. Champion Kofi Kingston def. Drew McIntyre & Jack Swagger •WWE Tag Team Champion Kane def. Mason Ryan by Disqualification
Raw results: Star-spangled birthday By: Greg Adkins May 2, 2011 Tags: Raw: May 2, 2011 MIAMI – The WWE Universe was clearly in the mood to celebrate. Less than 24 hours after President Barack Obama announced the death of al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden, it was time to keep those spirits high by celebrating the biggest birthday party on TV.
The Rock celebrated his birthday with the WWE Universe and surprise guest Mr. McMahon (WATCH | PHOTOS) It’s a shame birthdays only come around once a year. With all the cake, candles and chaos, though, memories of The Rock’s celebratory bash should last at least that long.
With the evening going full force, The Great One thanked the fans in his hometown of Miami and the entire WWE Universe for helping him celebrate. He was then joined by surprise guest Mr. McMahon, who offered some uncharacteristically kind words before unspooling a video tribute to The Rock. Then Grammy-award winning recording artist Mya was introduced and led the crowd in a rendition of “Happy Birthday."
Celebrities offered shout-outs to The Rock (WATCH | PHOTOS) None other than Samuel L. Jackson, Steve Carrell, Ellen DeGeneres, Dan Marino, Regis & Kelly, Miami Heat players LeBron James and Dwayne Wade and many more celebrities joined WWE Superstars in showing their love for The Rock throughout the course of the evening by offering best wishes to the birthday boy.
WWE Tag Team Champion Kane def. Mason Ryan by Disqualfication (WATCH | PHOTOS) Mason Ryan is for real. When The New Nexus powerhouse faced off against WWE Tag Team Champion Kane, he manhandled The Big Red Machine. Not that Kane was about to cede any ground – he banged right back. That is, until Ryan’s fellow Nexi bulldozed into the ring and ambushed him.
After the match, Ryan continued to crush his opponent. When Kane’s partner, Big Show, attempted a rescue, The New Nexus softened him up and allowed their behemoth to finish him off with a spear. Afterward, Ryan broke from the group and exited up the entrance ramp alone.
Rey Mysterio & U.S. Champion Kofi Kingston def. Drew McIntyre & Jack Swagger (WATCH | PHOTOS) The Raw roster has been put on notice. One week after being drafted to the red brand, Rey Mysterio showed why he’s still WWE’s littlest big man. The Master of the 619 teamed with new United States Champion Kofi Kingston to tackle Drew McIntyre & Jack Swagger. With the newly-christened U.S. Champion in his corner, Mysterio pitted altitude against attitude and emerged the winner by pinning his Scottish opponent.
Having observed from ringside, Alberto Del Rio decided it was time for him to make an impression. The Mexican Aristocrat attempted to ambush his masked countryman, but Rey fended off his attack.
WWE Champion John Cena def. The Miz by Disqualification (WATCH | PHOTOS) After losing his precious title at Extreme Rules to newly crowned WWE Champion John Cena, The Miz was served up a shot at redemption. Unfortunately for him, he whiffed. The night before, during his Triple Threat Steel Cage Match, The Cleveland Screamer succumbed to The Champ, who pinned him for the victory. Tonight, there would be no pin.
Instead, after a give-and-take bout, Miz’s lackey, Alex Riley, handed his boss the WWE Championship while the referee was distracted. The Awesome One used it to clobber his rival, hit him with a Skull Crushing Finale and secure a pin. But that wouldn’t be the last of it.
The ref noticed the title already in the ring and quickly realized what had transpired. As a result, he disqualified Miz, allowing The Champ to retain.
In the locker room area, Miz went on to chastise his lackey for interfering, explaining that he is not a quitter, and he will never quit in his life. So, take that, A-Ry!
Kelly Kelly vs. Maryse ended in a No Contest; Kharma attacked (WATCH | PHOTOS) Kharma is a … well, let’s just say you don’t want to mess with her. In the wake of a punishing move by Kelly Kelly, Maryse was paid a visit by WWE’s newest Diva. The intimidating colossus interrupted the match and punished Maryse with a chilling lack of compassion. As she did so, Kelly Kelly was left to watch in horror, no doubt wondering if she, too, will be forced to endure the wrath of Kharma.
R-Truth attacked John Morrison (WATCH | PHOTOS) R-Truth has officially lost the plot. One night after ranting about conspiracy theories and personal vendettas, the suspicious Superstar ambushed John Morrison just prior to their scheduled match.
As officials assisted JoMo up the entrance ramp, Truth’s paranoia propelled him to savagely attack Morrison again, leaving him immobile on the entrance ramp.
The Rock kicked off the biggest birthday party in TV history (WATCH: PART 1 | PART 2 | PHOTOS) If anyone knows how to light up crowd, it’s The Rock. After all, you don’t earn the nickname The Most Electrifying Man in All of Entertainment for no reason. Prior to kicking off his birthday celebration, though, The Rock, as well as the rest of the audience, acknowledged the events of the past 24 hours. As Lilian Garcia sang a moving rendition of the National Anthem, everyone in the American Airlines Arena reflected on the historic news that United States military personnel had killed Osama bin Laden nearly 10 years after the al Queda leader had coordinated the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001.
With the reassuring news buoying the festivities, The Great One led his hometown in a poignant rendition of the Pledge of Allegiance. He then encouraged them to have fun and celebrate his birthday in high style. Unfortunately, there’s always one party pooper in the crowd.
Michael Cole, on behalf of the anonymous Raw General Manager, interrupted The Rock as he addressed his frenzied fans. After ripping on Cole, The Brahma Bull invited him into the ring to “apologize.” The cheese-eating announcer was greeted with a Rock Bottom and The People’s Elbow.
When Rock exited to the roars of an appreciative crowd, he was joined by dancers from the Miami Heat basketball team and by rapper Pitbull! Time to par-tay!
Brodus Clay injured at Extreme Rules PPV Posted by Roscoe De Soto on 05/02/2011 at 01:00 AM
Mike Johnson reports that Brodus Clay was injured legit during the Extreme Rules PPV ladder match. It was during a spot where Christian sent Clay into a ladder. Clay was bleeding heavily and needed multiple towels.
There was some speculation that he could have a concussion, but nothing has been confirmed at this point.
- Jim Ross confirmed on his Twitter account that he broke his hand during his match against Michael Cole last Monday on Raw. The injury occurred due to Cole's tooth making contact with the bone of J.R.'s fist.
Ross wrote, "Just confirmed by WWE doctors... @JRsBBQ is going to be competing with a broken right hand tonight at @WWE Extreme Rules."
As Ross brawled with Jack Swagger, Cole snuck up on the Hall of Famer and rolled him up for the win.
John Cena won a Triple Threat Steel Cage Match (New WWE Champion) Christian def. Alberto Del Rio (World Heavyweight Championship Ladder Match) Kofi Kingston def. Sheamus (Tables Match; New United States Champion) Randy Orton def. CM Punk (Last Man Standing Match) Michael Cole & Jack Swagger def. Jim Ross & Jerry Lawler (Country Whipping Match) Big Show & Kane def. Wade Barrett & Ezekiel Jackson (WWE Tag Team Championship Lumberjack Match) Rey Mysterio def. Cody Rhodes (Falls Count Anywhere Match) Layla def. Michelle McCool (Loser Leaves WWE Match)
- WWE has reportedly signed Jesse White to a developmental deal. Jesse is the son of former World Heavyweight Champion Vader and has been competing with his dad in Japan. White impressed officials after a recent tryout in Florida.
Poster & Synopsis for WWE's Capitol Punishment PPV
- Below is the official synopsis and promotional poster for WWE's Capitol Punishment pay-per-view, which takes place on June 19th from Washington, DC:
"WWE storms the Nation's Capitol in this inaugural pay-per-view event. Don't miss John Cena, Randy Orton, Edge, The Miz, and all your favorite WWE Superstars at WWE Capitol Punishment live on pay-per-view."
- Below is the official synopsis and poster for TNA's Slammiversary pay-per-view, which takes place on June 12th:
"Nearly a decade ago, it started as a dream that has became a reality. Join legends Hulk Hogan, Ric Flair and The Icon Sting as the power struggle between Immortal and Fortune escalates to a new level of intensity. The World Championship is on the line and the very future of TNA is at stake. TNA presents Slammiversary LIVE! on Pay per View."
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