Yahoo Finance calls WWE Network a rough draft for other brands, Sasha Banks - Snoop Dogg, Alicia Fox
- In the video above, Yahoo Finance talks about WWE stock shooting up 15% on Friday. They called the WWE Network "a rough draft of future offerings from content providers like HBO, Disney and all those other brands." - 2 Paragraphs has a short art...
- In the video below, Yahoo Finance talks about WWE stock shooting up 15% on Friday. They called the WWE Network "a rough draft of future offerings from content providers like HBO, Disney and all those other brands."
- 2 Paragraphs has a short article about WWE NXT Divas Champion Sasha Banks being Snoop Dogg's cousin. Banks was asked by WWE.com last month about why she chose a career in pro wrestling, to which she replied:
"Simple. It's all I ever wanted to do. I was meant to be in WWE. Growing up, I knew kids who wanted to be doctors and lawyers. Because Snoop Dogg is my cousin, I was pressured into pursuing music and acting but I never had those kinds of dreams. I only dreamt of being a sports entertainer. It was and is the greatest form of entertainment in my mind."
- As part of Black History Month, Alicia Fox penned a guest column at The Rock Father Magazine, which you can check out here. Here is a part of what she wrote:
"Black History Month is a time to celebrate freedom and the differences in individuals. There are moments of bravery to celebrate all year, however, during February we acknowledge the strength of great thinkers who inspired change in America. For me, those leaders cross the racial divide. It is not about being black or white. Leaders that include Maya Angelou, Martin Luther King, Jr., John F. Kennedy and Abraham Lincoln, have taught us that the freedom of speech, the freedom to love, and the freedom to be you is a right, and it is a beautiful thing that we are able to share these freedoms with one another."
Update: Removed a portion of the article about former NBA Superstar Karl Malone calling out Brock Lesnar, which was <already posted last week here.