BREAKING: Hulk Hogan Done with WWE

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HUGE breaking news from Wade Keller:

Rumors are swirling all over the internet but I don’t feel comfortable sharing them because they’re just that – rumors. But, the rumors are believable because the WWE has completely removed him from the website. No bueno.

Keller: Tonight To Mark “Significant, Historical Show” for TNA

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So, earlier today there was some pretty ominous news in regards to the future of Total Nonstop Action Wrestling:

Then this was reported:

Not good. Not good at all. Especially when Wade Keller just tweeted this out:

Yikes. But, the plot thickens:

Who the hell knows what’s happening. Tonight’s iMPACT is live at 9:00 PM so make sure to tune in to see what the hell is going on with this crazy organization.

“Nature Boy” Buddy Landel Passes Away at Age 59

Rest in Peace,
Rest in Peace, “Nature Boy” Buddy Landel (Photo Credit:

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Very sad news hit the world of Professional Wrestling yesterday afternoon: William Ansor, known to wrestling fans as “Nature Boy” Buddy Landel, a staple of Jim Crockett Promotions during the mid-to-late-80s, passed away at the young age of 53. The day before he was discovered deceased, Landle was involved in a car crash and, reportedly, took himself to the hospital where he was later released and returned to his home in Chilhowie, Virginia. His wife found his body the next day.

Landel was set to capture the NWA World Heavyweight Championship from “Nature Boy” Ric Flair back in 1985 but left JCP after a falling out with management. He did defeat Terry Taylor that year to capture the NWA National Heavyweight Championship at Starrcade ’85.

Landel would return to the NWA and battle Flair in a “Battle of the Nature Boys” before the storyline was dropped after Landel had another falling out with management. He would then become a staple in Jim Cornette’s Smoky Mountain Wrestling, where he helped set an attendance record at the Knoxville Coliseum by facing “The Heartbreak Kid” Shawn Michaels.

Landel would jump to the WWF after SMW’s folding but would suffer a brutal tear in his right quadricep that kept him out of action for six months shortly after his debut.

Landel was a very recognizable figure in the world of Professional Wrestling and his loss is deeply felt.  Another one gone too soon. Rest in Peace, “Nature Boy.”