Big Star May Headline Season 2 Of WWE Legends House, More On WCW Announcer Lee Marshall

Big Star May Headline Season 2 Of WWE Legends House, More On WCW Announcer Lee Marshall

Source: Wrestling Observer Newsletter

- We've noted before that if WWE goes through with a second season of Legends House on the WWE Network, they will use a new cast of stars. Hulk Hogan's name was rumored for the show back around WrestleMania XXX time but now it's said that there's been talk of having Ric Flair be the big name for the season season.

- Details are still unavailable on how former WCW announcer Lee Marshall passed away but he was 64 years old, not 67 as was reported by some media. Marshall had been living in Oxnard, California and working for KVEN 1450 AM in Ventura, CA. Marshall also taught broadcasting at California Lutheran University in Thousand Oaks, CA. Marshall was survived by his wife, Judie, stepdaughter Eve Borders Ottis and granddaughter Kate. The LA Times has a lengthy obituary for Marshall at this link.

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