-- As noted earlier, Joe "Animal" Laurinaitis was on Monday Night Mayhem radio earlier this week. He discussed the lasting legacy of The Road Warriors and why he feels that The Legion Of Doom would be 'extremely successful' in the industry today, stating, "What we accomplished was that you cannot teach charisma, you cannot teach how to do an interview, you cannot teach mic presence & ring presence, and the natural ability to do things. There's going to be one Hulk Hogan. There's going to be one Ric Flair. There's going to be one Road Warriors. There's probably only to be one Rock. You're never going to reinvent those particular characters again. There's no doubt in my mind that if Hawk & I were to come in fresh today, just on mental attitude & the way we did business, we would be extremely successful today." You can check out more at MondayNightMayhem.com.

-- Triple H returned to action at last night's house show in Madison Square Garden, defeating Sheamus in a street fight. "The Game" was reportedly heavier than the last time we saw him in the ring.

-- Curt Hawkins recently created a painting of Shawn Michaels for the WrestleMania Charity Art Auction. "It's a tribute to my hero," wrote Hawkins on his Twitter. The WrestleMania Art Auction will be held at the Fox Theatre in Atlanta, GA on Wednesday, March 30, 2011 at 6:30 p.m. with Red Carpet arrival at 5:30 p.m. You can check out the painting below:

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