Stacy Keibler Update Inside Here, D-X Reunion, Austin, Flair, & More

For those suffering from Stacy Keibler withdrawal, help is on the way. The former WWE diva appears in the current issue of Shape magazine and the Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue. In new the "Sexiest Bodies in Hollywood" edition of Shape, Keibler is featured in an eight-page spread for an article titled "Four Weeks to a Better Butt." In the article and accompanying photos, Keibler goes through the exercise regimen that she used recently to tighten her gluteal muscles. Keibler also appears in a sultry four-page advertisement in the SI swimsuit issue promoting the new line of Axe Skin Contact Shower Products. And if you want to see even more of Keibler, she recently did a parody commercial for Will Ferrell's "Funny or Die" website. Keibler appears in a towel and promotes a shaving cream for her legs.


Some unofficial numbers for the Latin tour. 2/9 in Guatemala City drew a sellout. The Forum Mundo E holds between 7,200 to 7,500 fans. 2/10 in Guadalajara wasn't a sellout, but drew about 8,500 paid with about 9,000 to 10,000 total in the building. The 2/12 thru 2/14 shows in Quito, Esuador and Santiago, Chile all were sellouts and fans had to be turned away.

In the main event of last night's WWE house show from the Staples Center in Los Angeles, Degeneration X reunited once again to defeat William Regal and Umaga. As you can expect, the crowd went nuts for DX.

New Japan Pro Wrestling star Shinsuke Nakamura defeated Kurt Angle with a cross armbreaker to unify the IWGP championships in the main event of the NJPW PPV this morning. Jeremy Borash was at the event as the official TNA ring announcer.


In an interview with the Charleston Post and Carrier, Stone Cold Steve Austin expressed his displeasure with how Ric Flair has been treated by WWE in recent months. Austin said, "He's my favorite pro wrestler ever in the history of this business. I know he took a little bit of a break and they brought him back. But I don't think they green-lighted that thing near enough or made it as important as it could be and as it should be." Austin also shed more light on the news that he rejected an offer to wrestle at WrestleMania XXIV next month: "I got a pitch thrown at me that I wasn't real keen on and turned it down. I'd like to think that I'll be at WrestleMania. Obviously, I'm not going there to wrestle, but I would like to go to the Hall of Fame to see the new guys coming in. I think they've got a full card. It's not my desire to get back in the ring at this point in my life. I've got great memories of everything I did. I had a great career, but it's time for those guys and girls to have the spotlight."