WWE Legend On Working With The Ultimate Warrior (Video), Ryback Talks Rough WWE Schedule, The Rock

- In the video above, former WWE Superstar and announcer Raymond Rougeau talks about why he wasn't a fan of The Ultimate Warrior backstage and why Warrior was tough to work with as an announcer.

- Vegas Seven magazine recently profiled Ryback, who lives in North Las Vegas. It was noted that Ryback only gets to spend 2 days per week at his home in the area due to WWE's busy schedule. He commented:

"That's the worst part of our business. The demand for travel and how often we're asked to perform. I love wrestling and the WWE, but it takes a lot of work to balance it out."

- The Rock posted this video with his strength & conditioning coach Hany Rambod. Rock mentions the next 12 months of filming (Ballers, Baywatch, Fast & Furious 8, Rampage) and his 4am wake-ups:

Real deal. Our 2016 shooting schedule is a grueling 12months straight of filming (Ballers, Baywatch, Fast & Furious 8 and the big one, Rampage) it requires me putting together a team of professionals from all areas of business who bring their own expertise to the table. In the case of training for these roles - I appreciate my strength and conditioning coach @hanyrambod's sharp attention to detail and structuring the balance of hard core training with smart diet and conditioning. My daily 4am wake ups are a hard core b---h, but any success worth you and I working extremely hard for will always be worth having in the end. Especially if you want to be the #1 top dog in your business. #StayFocused #BeRelentless #GoodLordWhatASchedule #INeedMyCupOfUnleaded #IronParadise4L ??????

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