>> As reported earlier, in the latest issue of WWE Magazine, Candice Michelle talks about her love of the Green Bay Packers and why WrestleMania trumps the Super Bowl. On why WrestleMania is better than the Super Bowl, Candice said, "Even though the Super Bowl has my GoDaddy commercials, you can only see me for 30 seconds. At WrestleMania, you can see me running around for a lot longer."
Candice also talks about her favorite Super Bowl snack. "As a Wisconsiner, I'm the best beer and brats girl around. I only serve brats at my parties, boiled in good ol' Miller Lite," Candice said. "If I'm feeling really festive I add grilled onions and peppers. I hate it when people serve fruit and vegetables at a Super Bowl party. That's a big party no-no."
>> In the latest "Superstar to Superstar" interview on WWE.com, CM Punk talks to the star of 'Underworld: Rise of the Lycans,' Kevin Grevioux.
>> WWE's official word on Mickey Rourke at WrestleMania 25 is that he will be merely in attendance at the event and not as a participant. WWE's statement reads: "WWE.com has learned that while Rourke will not be participating in the 25th Anniversary of WrestleMania in Houston on April 5, WWE has, in fact, invited the actor to the event and looks forward to his attendance – as a guest of the company."
Speaking of Rourke, Reuters.com reports that Evan Rachel Wood, who played Mickey Rourke's daughter in "The Wrestler" feels disrespected by Mickey Rourke now that rumors are circulating that the two are dating. "I'm upset because I feel disrespected by the press and by Mr. Rourke," she said. "Just because I'm single doesn't mean that you can take advantage of me. She added, "It's unfair that the performances might suffer because of all of these distractions. I'm not attracted to him; he's too old for me. Nothing ever happened and nothing ever will."
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