Pawn Stars Viewership Up Due To WWE Hall Of Fame Ring, TNA’s Mike Bennett Talks LGBT Advocacy

Pawn Stars Viewership Up Due To WWE HOF Ring


This past week’s edition of Pawn Stars drew an average of 1.964 million viewers. This is up from last week’s average of 1.88 million. This past week’s episode was heavily advertised as featuring WWE Hall of Famer Tammy “Sunny” Sytch’s ring. Instead it turned out the ring on the show belonged to WWE Hall of Famer Paul Bearer.

Mike Bennett Talks LGBT Advocacy

The Huffington Post recently ran an article looking at TNA Superstar Mike Bennett’s advocacy for LGBT rights issues. Below is an excerpt. You can read the full interview by clicking HERE:

“I came from a family which raised me to be very accepting, very loving, very open,” Bennett told me during on an episode of “Party Foul Radio with Pollo and Pearl,” which broadcasts weekly on the internet’s G Radio LGBT. “Everybody just is how they are. I was always that way. I always treated everybody exactly the same.

“Then he explained to me how he felt and why he couldn’t come out to his parents. I was like, ‘Wow!’ I was naïve to it,” confessed the grappler, who made his much-anticipated TNA debut earlier this year when IMPACT Wrestling launched Tuesday night broadcasts on cable’s PopTV (formerly the TV Guide Channel). 

“It blew my mind! I didn’t know any of this existed,” Bennett continued, “I have always accepted everyone for who they are, how they want to be and want to live. I don’t care.”