Kelly Kelly On Being WWE’s Youngest Diva, Iron Shiek Injury Update

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Scott Fishman of The Miami Herald is featuring an interview with WWE Diva Kelly Kelly about her start with the company and how things have turned out successful thus far. Here is an excerpt from his interview with the SmackDown diva:

“I was the youngest diva they ever had, which is really cool. When I started in ECW, I would have to say Tommy Dreamer and Andrew [Test Martin], who is not alive anymore, have helped me out. On the diva side, I would say Michelle McCool has helped me out a lot as well. They took me under their wings. I think the match we just had is one of the first main events the girls have been a part of, probably within the last 10 years. So it was really cool to do that and finally have a main event match and be at the beginning of the show with [acting WWE SmackDown GM] Vickie [Guerrero]. They put a lot of effort into me and my character lately. It has been great. I hope they continue to spotlight the divas more.” To read the full interview, head over to the

WWE Hall of Famer The Iron Sheik told Howard Stern’s “Howard 100 News” that he went in for ankle surgery this week and a scheduled four hour procedure turned into nine hours due to his ankle being so messed up reports Sheik was released and is now recovering at home. It was reported incorrectly earlier this week that Shiek was scheduled for knee surgery.

One Response to “Kelly Kelly On Being WWE’s Youngest Diva, Iron Shiek Injury Update”

  1. Derek says:

    so then his knees are still f’d?!?

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