By Ryan Clark | October 11, 2008
Former WWE star Damian Demento, whose artwork was profiled in an issue of WWE's Raw Magazine in 2005, has posted images of his artwork on his MySpace account in hopes of selling the pieces. He did a painting of Vince McMahon, and is trying to sell it for $4,500.00.
Former WWE star Romeo of The Heart Throbs appeared on last week's edition of Saturday Night Live, who was cast as a Bartender in the "Club Pick-Up" segment involving Anne Hathaway and Keenan Thompson, among others. As noted earlier, The Miami Herald did an article on him regarding his role in The Wrestler, which you can read at MiamiHerald.com. WWE picked up on the article and did one of their own, which appeared in the Industry News section of WWE.com. For more information on Romeo, you can visit his official website at RomeoRoselli.com.
As noted yesterday, Mexican wrestling star Dos Caras Jr. has confirmed that he is under contract with World Wrestling Entertainment. Caras Jr. is the current CMLL World Heavyweight Champion and has fought in 10 professional Mixed Martial Arts fights (with a 6-4 record).
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