Booker T doesn't see Ronda Rousey wrestling in WWE, Country deems SmackDown illegal, SI - Network
- Sporting News MMA / boxing reporter Steven Muehlhausen recently conducted a video interview with WWE Hall of Famer Booker T at the C2E2 convention in Chicago. In the interview, which you can watch below, Booker discussed why he doesn't think that Ronda Rousey will wrestle for WWE after her appearance at WrestleMania 31 in March.
"You know, I see Ronda doing what she does in the UFC, she does it better than anybody." Booker said. "I don't see her coming into a WWE ring. I don't think she would have any fun at all in a WWE ring."
Booker also discussed his new comic book, Rousey at WrestleMania 31, Floyd Mayweather-Manny Pacquiao and much more.
- The Pan Am Post has a story here stating that authorities in Ecuador are launching an investigation into television network Teleamazonas for airing SmackDown. The station said that the Superintendency of Communication and Information (Supercom) feels that the network airing the show violates federal laws against the promotion of violence. Supercom noted that WWE SmackDown "runs the risk of becoming a television product incompatible with the cognitive development, criteria, and discernment of the audience."
- Sports Illustrated's Extra Mustard has a piece here listing eight shows to catch on the WWE Network. Warrior: The Ultimate Legend topped the list, followed by Stone Cold Podcast LIVE - Triple H and The Destruction of The Shield.