Zack Ryder Names His Three Favorite Matches, Unseen Photos Of Little Jimmy, Stacy Keibler

Zack Ryder Names His Three Favorite Matches, Unseen Photos Of Little Jimmy, Stacy Keibler Photo: Evan Hoffman
- Airing this month on WWE Classics On Demand, 'Long Island Iced Z' Zack Ryder picked his top three favorite matches. They are: WWF Champion 'Macho Man' Randy Savage defending his title against the 'Million Dollar Man' Ted DiBiase at the Philadelphia Spectrum on August 27, 1988 (Watch), The New Age Outlaws defend the WWE Tag Team Championship against Mankind and Al Snow on the October 6, 1998 episode of Monday Night Raw (Watch), Hulk Hogan and Sid Justice battling Ric Flair and The Undertaker on Saturday Night's Main Event on February 8, 1992 (Watch).

- The official WWE website addressed former Diva's Stacy Keibler rumored break-up from Hollywood heavyweight George Clooney. The website states, "Hollywood is abuzz with rumors that Stacy Keibler and George Clooney have split. True or not, the former WWE Diva is still tops in the hearts of the WWE Universe. Check out the long-legged beauty's WWE Alumni profile with classic photos and videos, only on!"

- The official WWE website has published unseen photos of Little Jimmy. The website notes, "Just because you can't see Little Jimmy doesn't mean that R-Truth's invisible buddy isn't there. Get to know Little Jimmy better with this photo album of his day-to-day life."

- Steve Corino is advertised to appear for International Wrestling League on Sunday in Tlaneplantla, Mexico. Corino and Nimrod JJ will take on Canek and Fantasma de la Opera.

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