Sheamus to miss WrestleMania 31?, Bella Twins talk about their Alternative Careers
Sheamus to miss WrestleMania 31 ? There were some news which indicated that Sheamus was making a return to WWE after a serious injury as a heel. ...
- There were some news which indicated that Sheamus was making a return to WWE after a serious injury as a heel. But WrestlingINC’s Raj Giri had a different opinion pointing out that Sheamus is not advertised for any WWE live events until after WrestleMania 31 and the annual post-WrestleMania UK tour. This could be a huge blow for the fans who were hoping to catch the Celtic Warrior in action.
- CelebDirtyLaundry.com recently had a chat with the Bella Twins About what they would do if Wrestling was not a career option. So here’s what the Twins said :
Nikki Bella: “I’d likely be in the movie business…action movies, or TV. I’m a real estate agent, so if I did that, I’d want to sell ocean front properties.”
Brie Bella: “I would have joined the Peace Corps, traveled the world. I actually planned to join when I was 18. I am just a hippie at heart. I’d be doing something to help save the planet.”
Did Canadian indie wrestler Chelsea Green receive a WWE Try-out ?
- Chelsea Green, a recent graduate of Storm Wrestling Academy announced on Facebook that she received a call from WWE. She said that she might be getting a tryout and could be appearing as a rosebud on our TV screens too!
Green wrestles under the name of Jaida in several different promotions in Canada. She just started wrestling earlier this year so this is a big opportunity for her. Recently she was in the news for having a "secret affair" with Daniel Bryan.
So here’s what she had to say about training under Storm to the TimesColonist.com:
“We trained for three months, five days a week, and then he kind of sits you down and tells you whether he thinks you can make it or not. He gave me the green light, obviously, and he kind of has been giving me a little bit of a push since then. If he thinks that you can make it, he’ll put your name out there to the WWE or some [independent] wrestling leagues.”