Elderly Fan Ejected For Slapping Punk, HHH/Mayweather/Mosley, More
By Ryan Clark | May 03, 2010 |
-- Today, Jakks Pacific founder Jack Friedman passed away at the age of 70. In the 80s, Friedman founded the LJN company, which produced the WWF rubber action figures. In the mid-90s, Jakks picked up the WWE action figure line and carried that until this year. Jakks currently produces the TNA, UFC and NWA Legends figures.
-- Florida Championship Wrestling will have several appearances and autograph signings by WWE stars during the summer. Matt Hardy, Ted DiBiase Sr., Irwin R. Shyster/Mike Rotunda, Dusty Rhodes, Goldust and Cody Rhodes will all be a part of the signings during the summer. There will also be a very rare appearance by The Undertaker.
-- Mike sent word that Triple H was shown before the Floyd Mayweather vs. Shane Mosley fight this past Saturday night.
-- Dos Caras worked the weekend RAW live events losing to Primo Colon.
-- Joe Evans sent this one along: At yesterday's house show in Knoxville, TN, an elderly woman was ejected from the show after slapping CM Punk. Joe Evens writes: "Punk was getting heat and this woman just walked up to him, told him he wasn't Jesus and wailed away with a hard slap. Punk smiled and told her he forgave her while security pulled her out of the show, then genuflected, making it even more insanely funny. The guy didn't lose a step from it either."