Foley Can't Trust Ambrose, WWE Returning To KY, DDP On First WWE Star To Use His Program
"Given my history of concussions, I would have to be an absolute idiot to place my future in the hands of someone I don't trust," Foley wrote. "Since I like to think I am not an idiot, I won't be placing any trust in him [Ambrose]. He had the golden ticket, and he blew it, because he would not honor the simple request I made - to his face - to not include my children in any way in his tweets. If I can't trust him to honor that simple request, I certainly can't trust him not to take liberties in the ring."
The blog entry appears to be storyline, but that is not confirmed. You can check out the full blog by clicking here.
- WWE returns to the Rupp Arena in Lexington, Kentucky on July 28th, 2012 at 7:30 PM and the Broadbent Arena in Louisville, Kentucky on July 29th, 2012 at 7 PM.
- Arda Ocal of The Score Television Network recently sat down with former WWE and WCW Superstar "Diamond" Dallas Page. When asked about who the first WWE Superstar was to try DDP Yoga and how the word spread, he replied, "Shawn Michaels was the first to do DDP Yoga. And he told Jericho when he came out of surgery (his last back surgery, where he herniated his L4), we started talking on Twitter, then I called him. In 5 weeks, he was 85% pain free, in 3 months hes 95% pain free. He just headlined Wrestlemania, so I guess he's feeling pretty good. He got Kane doing it, Santino is a huge supporter on it. Now Zack Ryder, The Miz, Daniel Bryan. I got like 20 guys doing it, its really cool."
DDP also revealed that there was heat with David Grohl (of Foo Fighters/Nirvana fame) over his WCW theme music, "Self High Five," and how it sounded very similar to "Smells Like Teen Spirit."
"Jimmy Hart and I did the song together, and Jimmy is a genius," said Page. "I felt that (Smells Like Teen Spirit) was the sound of the 90's that was awesome for me. Dave Grohl was hot cause that was like a rip off of their music. He heard it and was like 'WCW owes us money.' We did just enough (in terms of) changing the notes. So it was it, but wasn't."
You can check out the full interview below:
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