Bret Hart has a new blog up on his website where he previews WrestleMania 27. Here’s part of what the Hall of Famer wrote:
“As for the actual line-up, it’s been a slow build for much of the card, but for the past few weeks the promos and backstage situations seemed to be rather plain and flat, totally predictable. The Undertaker and Triple H segment with Shawn Michaels played out exactly like I expected, the usual smoke blowing up the rectum stuff, more grunts and then a staring contest, thank God Shawn was there just to add something, anything to it. I suppose there isn’t much else these two legends can do as far as buildup goes but it came across to me as having little imagination, the match itself should be one of the better match ups because Taker brings it all the way for Wrestlemania and Triple H can turn it up when he wants to. Triple H has had some hard fought battles over the years, but I don’t know if he’s ever had his chance to literally blow them away at Wrestlemania but this might be his best chance. Taker, in my opinion, is truly one of the all-time best and time and time again, he has delivered the best match on the show so I expect a good solid match, old school but intense. It could steal the show.”
The Rock taped his interview with Piers Morgan in New York yesterday that will air on CNN this evening.
Devin sent the following: WWE returns to the Atlantic Pavilion in Lisbon, Portugal on Sunday, November 13th, 2011 at 6 PM.
Matches taped for tonight’s WWE Superstars on WGN America were Trent Baretta vs. Curt Hawkins and six-Diva action with The Bella Twins and Melina vs. Eve Torres, Natalya and Gail Kim.
Sunny appeared on Sirius radio yesterday and said the person who inducts her into the WWE Hall of Fame this year will be a surprise. When she was asked if it was a male or female, the WWE handler who was overseeing the interview wouldn’t let her answer the question.