Gail Kim, who is currently a free agent, posted the following statement on the message board of her official website: JUST SO EVERYONE DOESNT THINK IM NOT ALIVE....So ive been gone for more than a while i would say without saying a word which i know was driving everyone crazy!!! which i dont intentionally do i hope everyone knows. well im just checking in to say im alive and doing well i decided to write a message here instead of my myspace page because i know that everyone here are my biggest supporters and are always concerned about my wellbeing. btw thanks to you guys for the card and flowers. i did receive them and was truly touched by your gesture so thank you again. it is truly appreciated. Im not making any comment about what is happening in my life professionally just yet so im sorry to disappoint. Im a pretty private person for the most part so i dont feel so comfortable just talking about everything so openly. Well whatever happens, just know that i love you guys and always feel your support no matter what and know that i will be returning to the ring soon. Dont listen to what everyone is writing and saying and i hope no matter what, everyone knows that i always give my all in that ring no matter who im in the ring with or who im in the ring for! I love what i do and am so grateful that i can live my dream....xoxo - gail
Mick Foley made a big announcement on his MySpace page on Tuesday saying he was going to appear on this week's episode of Kitchen Confidential on FOX. As it turns out, he was barely shown and not even acknowledged by name. On last night's show, they were at the grand re-opening of a Long Island restaurant called The Handlebar. Chef Gordon Ramsay introduced a legend in Long Island... Dee Snider. The segment focused on Snider attending the restaurant. Foley is briefly shown walking through the door and then sitting at Snider's table, at which point you can hear him order his food.
Former TNA star Konnan filed a trademark infringement claim on the LAX trademark against his former company, but the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Texas threw the case out. Konnan claimed he came up with the LAX idea.