Tribute To The Troops Note, Trish Turns 33, Foley, & More


Tribute To The Troops Note, Trish Turns 33, Foley, & More
WWE has posted preview videos promote tomorrow's Tribute to the Troops event on NBC.

Mick Foley's profile has been put on the WWE Alumni section. It was removed shortly after his departure from the company this past September.

Former WWE Diva Trish Stratus has a blog talking about reaching her goal of the fans raising $5,000 for the Heart and Stroke Foundation. Overall, $5,325 was raised."Combining the online contributions with the funds we received at the holiday party at Stratusphere (as well as funds sent via the mail to the studio) the Heart and Stroke Foundation called me with a great birthday surprise - needless to say they were absolutely thrilled at the official number following the event (and actually quite shocked that we raised that much in just under 2 weeks - which I do concur is amazing!)," Stratus wrote. "You guys, we totally rock - I'm so proud of the job we did! Thank you to everyone who contributed - doesn't feel good to know you are helping to make a difference? Again, I do concur (favorite new word of the day)!" Stratus also talks about the outpouring of support for her birthday, meeting fans at her Stratusphere yoga studio last night, and more.

As noted, it was Trish Stratus' birthday yesterday. The former WWE Women's Champion turned 33 years old. It was also the birthdays of Rob Van Dam (38) and "Stone Cold" Steve Austin (44). Trish is expected to attend RAW next Monday from Toronto.

Mister J, who tries to make sense of the world of professional wrestling through cartoon drawings every month in Pro Wrestling Illustrated, has a website featuring his art work. You can visit his website at www.onthematwrestling.blogspot.com. Yesterday, he posted an amusing caricature of Triple H.

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