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Former WWE Head Of Security, Jimmy Noonan, returned to the airwaves of "Your Home Of Wrestling Radio" for a new installment of the critically-acclaimed "Noonan Speaks," and was welcomed back to the program by The Big Mosh, Blade, & "The Chairman Of The Board" Todd Vincent. For weeks, fans & critics alike around the world have been discussing the various possibilities for what will take place at WrestleMania XXVI, especially for the feud between WWE Chairman, Vince McMahon & Bret "The Hitman" Hart. After the events from the past several days, it seems quite likely we will be seeing John Cena vs. "The Animal" Batista in a one-on-one collision, with McMahon & Hart in their respective corners. Based on his past experiences, one thing Jimmy knows a great deal about is the build-up to WrestleMania, and with his personal history knowing both superstars (Cena & Batista), Noonan was asked about the current RAW storyline leading into "The Showcase Of The Immortals" & what would seem better for WrestleMania at "the tale of the tape:" Bret vs. Vince in a Street Fight (the early-rumored ‘Mania match) or Cena vs. Batista.
"I’ve been talking about all along how they are going to rewrite history. It’s turns out for the first time on Monday Night Mayhem, Jimmy Noonan is wrong. When Bret got into the Hall Of Fame, I was assigned to him for the few days he was there, and he didn’t talk much, and people forget that Bret is a really big dude. I kinda’ got the feeling that something was wrong with him when I talked to him at WrestleMania when I was handling him. I didn’t get it at the time, and now I get it, and I’m getting from insiders at the WWE, and if you read between the lines, you get what’s about to happen. I think Bret is a little more fragile than we thought he was, and it turns out Blade (of Monday Night Mayhem) was right, he is not in good health. A lot of post-stroke people suffer from emotional imbalances & other lasting effects common to post-stroke survivors. It turns out that Bret may not be able to do just about anything…never mind a Street Fight. So what are we stuck with We are stuck with Vince in Batista’s corner vs. John Cena, and in his corner, Bret Hart. This match has been a long time coming, and I think they have dropped the ball in three or four WrestleMania’s on this match. I think if Brock wasn’t gonna’ be around, I thought this was going to be the biggest match in years in the WWE. I think it’s a little sad in a way for it to end this way for Bret. He signed a four-month contract, and it’s up right after WrestleMania, and I would imagine he’ll want to get out, but I really don’t know beyond that."
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