CNN Special, Stacy’s Hot Halloween Costume, Foley

Ryan Clark


Former WWF Champion Mick Foley has opened up a store on eBay. It is called ‘MICK FOLEY WRESTLING STORE’. He is auctioning & selling a slew of Foley-worn wrestling gear and autographed items. Some of the stuff he has in the store costs upwards of $1000. You can buy the flannel shirt he wore at the first ECW One Night Stand pay-per-view for $1000. He is also selling the sweatsuit he wore on last week’s edition of SmackDown during the match between Hornswoggle and Jonathan Coachman for $250. He is also selling a pair of Cactus Jack ring worn tights for $1000, not to mention a shirt he often wore during his WCW tenure in the early Nineties. Foley poses for photos for a number of the items, so they’re obviously real.

Cops have concluded Nick Hogan was drinking the night he crashed his Supra, severely injuring his best friend. In addition to being arrested for reckless driving involving serious bodily injury, cops also cited Hogan for use of a motor vehicle in the commission of a felony, a person under the age of 21 operating a vehicle with a breath-alcohol level of .02 or higher and having an Illegal window tint. He’s in a world of trouble now.

As a reminder, CNN will be doing a Special Investigations Unit documentary called “Death Grip: Inside Pro Wrestling” tonight. It airs tonight at 8:00 p.m. tonight before Larry King Live. The documentary will feature an interview with Vince McMahon. Here is the show preview: “Itâ<80><99>s been an open secret that anabolic steroids and painkillers are a part of professional wrestling, but the murder-suicide of WWE wrestler Chris Benoitâ<80><99>s family focused a new spotlight on the consequences of the excesses. In an in-depth look in to the world of the WWE, CNN investigative correspondent Drew Griffin reveals that over the last decade, wrestlers have died from heart attacks, drug overdoses, suicides and cerebral hemorrhages â<80>” at rates much higher than for the general population. Including an interview with Vince McMahon, the chairman of the WWE, Griffin reports on what the life of professional wrestlers is like inside and outside of the ring â<80>” and how some wrestlers gamble with their health to win a chance at stardom in the profession.”

Stacy Keibler and boyfriend Geoff Stults dressed as The Raggedys for Heidi Klum’s Halloween Party at The Green Door in Hollywood. Stacy Keibler looked unbelievable.

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