The Great Khali/WWE Update, Chyna Admits She’s An Addict

Ryan Clark

The WWE edits out most of the Great Khali’s losses when they air the show in India. He is treated like a babyface and his opponents are ALWAYS the heels. Most of the fans in India think that wrestling is real, so the WWE has to protect Khali. He is considered a national hero to the fans in his country. I would assume that they may do this with some of the other foreign wrestlers as well. (credit: Ron Showtime)

Did anyone catch the finale of VH-1â<80><99>s Celebrity Rehab with Dr. Drew? The nineteenth day was graduate day for the cast. Chyna, who questioned why she was on the program, was confronted on the show to admit that she may be an addict. Chyna finally admitted that she might be an addict. She wouldnâ<80><99>t, however, agree to a three month sober living program, which was highly recommend by Dr. Drew Pinsky. Former UFC champion Ricco Rodiquez also opted not to enter the three month sober living program, even though the living quarters would be funded by the program.

David Sammartino, the son of wrestling legend Bruno Sammartino, is apparently looking to get back into the wrestling business. He has said he’s kept himself in great shape, but has lost contact with people in the business.

Have a news tip? Attended an event and want to send a live report? Submit it now!

Comments are under maintenance

monitoring_string = "851cc24eadecaa7a82287c82808f23d0"