Sabu Turns 44, Stacy Keibler Note, Spirit Squad, Kong, & More

In an interview with SLAM! Wrestling, former WWE star Mike "Mikey" Mondo commented on his experience as a member of the Spirit Squad. "To be honest, with the Spirit Squad, I didn't know what to expect or think, but personally I loved the gimmick," Mondo said. "All five of us embraced it and did everything we could to make it work and I think we did a very good job. My time with the Spirit Squad was probably the most fun I've had in my career so far."

Mondo also comments on his journey to WWE, wrestling TNA star Jay Lethal on the indy scene on his way up, what he's been up to since his departure from WWE, and more.

Today is former ECW star Sabu's birthday. He turns 44 years old.

Former WWE Diva Stacy Keibler was in attendance at Spike TV's Video Game Awards in Culver City, California. The event airs this Sunday night from 9:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m.

Gentleman's Choice, a documentary on the life and times of former WCW wrestler Chris Adams, is set to be released. Information on the documentary will be released this weekend at Here is the official description of the film:

This is the story of the rise and fall of a real-life, super hero wrestler, "Gentleman" Chris Adams. Chris was born in England, where he studied professional judo. He came to the United States in the early 80s, where he became a professional wrestler. He fought with many of the top wrestling leagues, and achieved notable fame and popularity for a while. His lifestyle, however, overtook him, and he came spiraling down. He died in 2001, awaiting trial for the overdose-death of his girlfriend one year before. Chris' ex-wife, Brandi died a few months later from an overdose, leaving a young daughter behind with no parents. Those who knew Chris remembered his charming, warm personality, a clever sense of humor, and a fabulous British accent. They also remembered his darker, violent side, which could come out at unpredictable moments. And not everyone was aware Chris had an addiction to alcohol and drugs, and liked to play with dangerous combinations of the two.

Reigning TNA Women's Knockout Champion Awesome Kong will be wrestling at the BANG! TV taping on Sunday, December 21 at 3598 SW 74th Ave Suite A in Ocala, Florida. Kong will be wrestling Funking Conservatory Women's Championship Claudia Reiff. For more information on the show, visit

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