John Cena and Nikki Bella were scheduled to be married, broke up, and the media coverage began. Cena was initially to blame for the cancelled wedding with Bella. Then it was Nikki’s decision – before it became a game of remorseful soul mates who may have made a mistake by separating. They went on TV and spoke to news sites about the break up and things seemed like a very big work, or something made to look real. Big surprise, sarcasm there, that rumors are that the “devastated” former lovers are trying to publicly reconcile. Our opinion? Total Bellas ratings folks and mainstream exposure for WWE. Check out the video below…
UFC veteran Sean Salmon (16-8) has some nerve. It takes a certain kind of person to come on one of the sport’s top websites and admit to throwing a fight.
From all appearances, that is what happened on Wed., Sept. 2, 2009, in Salmon’s column entitled “Full-Time Fighter.”
The fight in question was against Allan Weickert (6-6), and took place on June 6, 2009 at “NAAFS – Fight Nite in the Flats 5” at the Plain Dealer Pavilion in Cleveland, Ohio.
Carson’s Corner host, Bob Carson, recently interviewed ‘The World’s Most Dangerous Man’, Ken Shamrock, and asked him some tough questions. Carson did not pull a single punch as he went toe-to-toe with the legend on a number of issues, in particular the allegation that his most recent victory over Ross Clifton was a “work”.
Carson said that someone who knows Ken Shamrock and is from his area had informed him prior to Ken’s last bout the fight was going to be a “work”. This is VERY interesting since that is the EXACT impression many people had upon witnessing Shamrock’s first win in five years on Feb. 13th when he “defeated” the 360-pound Ross Clifton at WAR GODS, which incidentally is a promotion owned by Ken Shamrock himself.