-- The Sun has an interview with TNA star Bully Ray, who defended hardcore wrestling. "I will take bigger risks when the risk is warranted. If the story merits the bigger risk, I will do it. I will try not to do anything just for the sake of doing it," said Ray. "I don't do things to get a 'pop' — I guess that's the jargon that the 'smarter' wrestling fan will use — I do things that make sense in the story that I'm trying to tell. At the end of the day, I'm a tough b*****d and I know what I can handle and what I can't." You can check out the full interview by clicking here.
-- The Big Event II heads to Queens, New York at the Courtyard Marriott Hotel on March 10, 2012 from 10 AM to 2 PM. John Morrison will appear at the event, as will Maryse, Bobby Lashley, Jim Neidhart, Angelina Love and many others. Admission is only $10 and the first 200 fans will get an autographed 8x10 from a previous signing. For more information call Tommy at (347) 992-0038. Visit sportsfanpromotions.com for more details on this event, or email Brian at [email protected] to purchase advance tickets.
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