Stephanie McMahon Reveals New Home For Roddy Piper Statue
During this year’s WrestleMania AXXESS event, WWE unveiled the new statue of Hall Of Famer “Rowdy” Roddy Piper. Now, the statue seems to have found a new home. WWE Chief Brand Officer (CBO) Stephanie McMahon took to Twitter to reveal that Piper’s statue has been placed at WWE Headquarters, just in time for “Hot Rodd’s” 65th birthday.
Here’s what she had to say:
The new “Rowdy” Roddy Piper’s statue unveiled at this year’s #Axxess has found its way home to @WWE HQ, just in time for what would have been the Legend’s 65th birthday! #HappyBirthdayHotRod!!! pic.twitter.com/KxusKWfb9d
— Stephanie McMahon (@StephMcMahon) April 17, 2019
Ricochet Starts GoFundMe For Mom’s Destroyed Home
WWE star Ricochet has started a GoFundMe for his mother’s destroyed home. The former NXT North American Champion revealed that his mother and her family returned from the movie theater to find their home burned down and destroyed. He is trying to help raise enough funds to rebuild his mother’s life after the fire. You can donate at this link here.
Check out Ricochet’s description of the incident below:
Monday afternoon I found out that my mom came home from the theatre to find her house engulfed in flames. Luckily my mom, her boyfriend and his two boys are all okay, but devastated from losing all of the memories that were in this house. Not only memories that they have made together, but from me and my brothers childhood, my son growing up and everything in between.
I’ve never done a Gofundme before and wouldn’t be doing this one right now if I didn’t feel it necessary in this crucial situation, but I knew I wanted to do something that could take this horrible negative and possibly turn it into something positive for them.
If you are able to donate anything at all it will be greatly appreciated. If you are not able to donate, your love and support will be just as appreciated. This is something I want to do to show my mom that she is not alone in this and that we are all here for them in their time of need. Thank you all so very much.
— Ricochet (@KingRicochet) April 17, 2019