Is Bret Hart Coming To WWE?, D-X Update, Divas/Drugs

Ryan Clark


Tyler Halterman sent this along: Bret Hart was in Fenton, MO on the night of SummerSlam signing autographs and myself and a few friends went. I asked Bret what he thought about the new Hart Foundation and he replied with: “I hope they do it.” I then asked him if he would be there for an introductory role with the faction and he stated: “I don’t think so.” Also on a funny note, one of my friends had Bret autograph the A&E special “Wresting With Shadows” with Bret and Vince on the cover. Bret asked my friend if he could draw on it and of course my friend complied. So Bret goes on to draw a black eye, devil horns, and fangs on Vince’s face. Funny stuff.

The full transcript of Michael Benoit on CNN’s Larry King Live last night is available at transcripts.cnn.com.

As I noted yesterday, Shawn Michaels and Triple H spoke with the OVW roster. Their speech was said to be long. They gave suggestions to talent and also observer the production of the OVW TV taping, which will air locally this weekend. According to several, Michaels and Triple H went out of their way to help and assist anyone that wanted it.

A number of WWE sources reportedly expressed surprise over the fact that no WWE Divas have shown up on the Signature Pharmacy client list. While there is no evidence linking the women to that particular pharmacy (or any online pharmacy), sources, as reported by The Torch, say that some do use banned substances that can be purchased over the Internet. The alleged drugs of choice for some of WWE’s Divas are Clenbuterol, an asthma drug similar to ephedrine (but stronger and longer lasting) that helps burn fat (it also has anti-catabolic properties), Cytomel, a synthetic version of the T3 thyroid hormone that burns fat very rapidly, and Anavar, a mild anabolic steroid that appeals to women based on its reputation of producing very minimal side effects (both masculine and general).

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