- Ken Doane, formerly known as Kenny Dykstra in WWE, discussed his college football career in an interview with Telegram.com.
"When I was younger, I always wanted to go to college," said the former Spirit Squad member, who is playing Tight End/Defense End for Division III school Nichols College in Massachusetts. "Once I got released from WWE because of my knee injury, I moved back to this area. I saw Nichols had an open house, and I wanted to check it out."
To read the full interview, click here.
- Brooklyn Brawler, who currently works for WWE in a backstage capacity while still occasionally wrestling—he faced Ryback last month on WWE Superstars—is very thankful for the opportunity.
"I wrestled four decades, I had my first match with #MrPerfect and my last match so far with @Ryback22 #WWE #LivingtheDream," he wrote on Twitter on Saturday.
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