• WWE Hall of Famer Bret Hart commented on the passing of Randy Savage hours after learning of the news.

    "He was so loved and respected by everyone, especially the ones that worked with him," Hart said of his former colleague. "I think we're all feeling a real deep sense of loss. He was such a good man and somebody that we all loved and cared about so much. Randy was a real one-of-a-kind guy.

    "I don't know how much you can explain how much of a loss this is to the wrestling world. We've lost so many wrestlers over the years and in this case at least, I feel a little better knowing God checked Randy out rather than something like drugs or something like that."

    Video of Hart discussing Savage is available below:

  • WWE issued the following statement on President Obama being used to promote WWE's Capitol Punishment pay-per-view event:

    About Capitol Punishment artwork

    The cartoonist artwork portraying President Obama as a referee is intended to publicize WWE's (World Wrestling Entertainment) pay-per-view event known as Capitol Punishment, which emanates from our Nation's Capital on Sunday, June 19.

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