Sid Vicious Replaces Snitzky, RAW, Lawler, Cena/NASCAR, & More News
By Ryan Clark | October 28, 2008
» Jerry "The King" Lawler was originally scheduled to wrestle Raw Superstar Snitsky at his 35th year anniversary show celebrating his 35 years in the wrestling industry, but he was pulled for reasons unknown. A replacement opponent has been announced and it is former WWF Champion Sid Vicious. He will be accompanied by "The Mouth of The South" Jimmy Hart in his match with Lawler. For more information on this indy extravaganza, visit www.Lawler35.com.
» We want to hear your thoughts on this weeks edition of WZR Radio. What would you like to see on the show next week? How was the show this week? PLEASE let us know. It only takes a second to send a quick email to show your support for the show. Email us now at WEBMASTER@WrestlingINC.COM. We're LIVE every TUESDAY NIGHT from 7:00-9:00 PM EST!!
» John Cena was on hand for Carl Edwards' NASCAR win on Sunday at the Atlanta Motor Speedway. Cena cheered for Edwards, who he met through his work with the Gillette brand. Edwards invited Cena to a race, and he's been hooked on NASCAR ever since. "NASCAR is such a fan-friendly sport," Cena said. "It's certainly exciting to see a race unfold. It's like a finely tuned match." Cena also commented on people who say that NASCAR isn't a sport. "People don't realize the endurance these guys have to have for a 500-mile race," Cena said. Cena also admitted that professional wrestling is not a sport. "It's not a sport," Cena said. "It's for the good graces of our paying customers. What we do is entertainment —- but we do get beat up."