Luger Hits Rock Bottom, Brooke Hogan Update, More

Ryan Clark

Ultimate Warrior was tentatively scheduled to appear on Hannity & Colmes on the Fox News Channel on Friday night to discuss the Benoit tragedy, but due to the London Bombing attempt, they moved his scheduled appearance from Friday to Monday. Former WWE stars Debra Marshall and Bill DeMott ended up appearing on the show instead to discuss the Benoit matter. Warrior’s appearance will air during Raw at 9:00 p.m. He also plans on posting up a lengthy blog regarding the Benoit situation on his website after his appearance. Here is a blog Warrior posted regarding his appearance on Hannity & Colmes: Hello warriors. Yes, I have agreed to make a rare public appearance on Hannity & Colmes. Yesterday, I tentatively agreed to this evening, Friday. This morning we were contacted by the show and told there was a shift in programming due to the London Bombing attempt. So, I decided that Monday would be better. Of course, Iâ<80><99>ve been paying attention to how the Benoit incident has unfolded. Iâ<80><99>ve drafted up a post ��” your typical Warrior masterpiece ��” and will put up the polished piece after my appearance over at Fox. Iâ<80><99>ve some original ideas about this incident ��” whatâ<80><99>s new? ��” and want to showcase them on TV, first. Iâ<80><99>m not sure yet, still have to do some howling atop my mountain for further enlightenment, but probably just go on Fox with my typical eloquent knack to say what others are thinking but donâ<80><99>t have the courage to let slip past their lips. You know, the usual brilliant, â<80><9c>self-destructiveâ<80> stuff. Your Founding Father of Ring Intensity, Always Believe, Warrior

Former WCW World Heavyweight Champion Lex Luger was interviewed by the Atlanta Journal Constitution regarding the Benoit family tragedy and explains the public fascination with professional wrestling. “People like to see freaks. It’s like live cartoon characters,” he said. Luger talks about blowing millions of dollars and ending up flat broke at age 49, but counts his blessings for still being alive. While in prison, he met a pastor who counseled him and later took him into his home. Luger currently lives in a spare bedroom at the pastor’s residence.

According to Linda, VH1 has asked the Hogan family do a fifth season of Hogan Knows Best, which would give the series enough episodes for syndication. The fourth season of the show premieres in a few weeks. The fourth season will focus on the marital problems between Hulk and Linda. Linda is negative on the idea of doing another season since she and Brooke have moved to Los Angeles. Brooke’s contract with Sobe Record has expired after her lackluster first album. They are seeking a new recording deal for Brooke.

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