Fabulous Moolah held off her shoulder replacement surgery for years, since she knew that once she had the surgery, her wrestling career would be over. She finally had the surgery to her left shoulder the day before Halloween. WWE called Moolah before the surgery offering to take care of her expense, but she informed them that she had insurance and didn’t need financial assistance. After the surgery, she was in a lot of pain for the next few days. She got nauseous on Friday, November 2nd, and after she was given a shot, she was no longer breathing. It is believed that she may have had a heart attack, likely caused by the stress from the surgery, or possibly a blood clot stemming from the surgical procedure.
To update everyone on the missing Divas pages from WWE.com, apparently it’s not a decision of the creative team even though everything that’s put on WWE.com is approved by the WWE creative team first. The Divas section are an important and high trafficked part of WWE.com. One source in WWE creative is saying that the removal of the Divas from the site was not something that creative wanted to do and there is some kind of behind the scenes issue that the company is trying to work out regarding the WWE Divas being on the site. Stay tuned for more information as we get it.
This is just my personal opinion but I talked with two separate people today and I don’t expect Carlito to be in WWE much longer. Heck, it could even be by the end of this week but that is by no means confirmed. Things could always be worked out but it doesn’t look good as of this writing.
John Morrison was asked about his recent WWE suspension by The Sun in the UK. A WWE rep stopped Morrison, and said “no comment.” When the publication asked if Morrison regretted what happened, the WWE rep interrupted again and said “this is not a topic that we want to discuss.” In the interview, Morrison also said he is still with Melina, even though, Batista stated in his book that his relationship with her has gotten physical.
Bret Hart will be at the 12/2 Toronto Marlies hockey game at Ricoh Coliseum to speak on behalf of Stroke Recovery Canada, a program of March of Dimes Canada. Bret will be on hand for the ceremonial puck drop, and will sign autographs and take pictures with fans. The Toronto Marlies have provided all supporters of Hart and the March of Dimes special tickets discounted to $20 for side seats, with $5 going to March of Dimes and accessible seats have been discounted to $17 with $2 going to March of Dimes. For more information, or to buy tickets, please contact Darryl Silverstein at 416-263-3926 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org (credit: Slam Wrestling)