New Day Dances With HOFers, Goldust Talks Dusty Rhodes, Former WWE Women's Champ Turns 57

- Above, The New Day danced with The Rock 'n' Roll Express and The Hardys at last night's Starrcade. In September, Jeff Hardy sustain a shoulder injury that's expected to keep him out four to six months.

- Former, 3-time WWE Women's Champion, Ivory, turns 57 today. Ivory debuted with WWE in 1999 and worked with the company until 2005. WWE sent well wishes to Ivory on their Instagram.

Happy birthday to former #WomensChampion, Ivory! #HappyBirthdayIvory

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- WWE caught up with Goldust (who performed as "The Natural" Dustin Rhodes at last night's show) and asked him about his Father, Dusty Rhodes, and what tonight meant to him.

"It was pretty special," Goldust said. "It's like when he was with me and Cody, and we fought The Shield, it was special. Every time I've been with him in the ring, it was special. But tonight, he wasn't there, and it was very emotional for me. Standing behind the video wall, listening to the package they put out of Dad and knowing all those promos by heart. Just listening to it was just 'Wow, this is so surreal' and it just brought it back. It's been almost three years since he's been gone and it was just incredible."


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