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Former WWE star slaps radio host, Legends Of Wrestling, Ric Flair appearances

2.82K   //    01 Aug 2015, 12:05 IST

- While promoting the "Legends of Wrestling Night" event tonight at the Miami Marlins vs. San Diego Padres game, Brian Knobbs got into a bit of an altercation with radio host Joey Brooks of 93.9 FM iHeart Radio. Brooks apparently objected to some of the language that Knobbs used during his appearance. Knobbs proceeded to get in the hosts' face and slapped him.

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- Also appearing at tonight's "Legends of Wrestling Night" will be Kevin Nash, Tyrus, Bushwhacker Luke and Jerry Saggs. Mick Foley will be throwing out the first pitch at the game. Also during the event, Legends of Wrestling President Louis "Uncle Louie" Gregory will present Miami Marlins ace pitcher Jose Fernandez the belt below, that we posted on our Instagram account:


This belt will be presented to Jose Fernandez at tonight Legends of Wrestling event in Miami

A photo posted by Wrestling Inc. (@wrestlinginc) on Jul 31, 2015 at 10:13am PDT

- WWE Hall of Famer Ric Flair will be appearing at tonight's Summer Showdown 2015 event from Top Rope Promotions at the P.A.L. Hall in Falls River, Massachusetts. You can get more details on their Facebook page by clicking here.

- Speaking of Flair, the HOTH, one of the world's leaders in white-label search engine optimization, announced that the company will host Flair at the upcoming Pubcon Las Vegas 2015 conference. On October 7 and 8 at the Las Vegas Convention Center, Flair will help man the HOTH booth, greet visitors, take photos and answer questions about his famed wrestling career. Pubcon will run from October 5 through 8 this year, with the exhibition hall where Flair, Hardgrove and other HOTH employees will speak to visitors scheduled to be open October 7 and 8.

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